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Posted by Anonymous on 11/06/2007
The goods are a bit pricey and they have a 20 minimum for credit cards, which is just an inch past ridiculous. It's a small, simple place, good for a fast grab for lunch. But I just ate a cream puff and it's good. Not addictive, but very good and fresh tasting. Sandwiches are very reasonably priced (5.50) but I didn't try them. I will some other day. So yeah, I am going back for another cream puff and a sandwich for lunch. :)
Posted by andrea on 07/17/2007
this is my new DTUT-- the wifi is free, the service is friendly, and the homemade muffins are great.
Posted by nikki on 04/27/2007
I work two blocks away from Choux and I have to tell you its worth the walk. I was a little worried about the negative review but have come to realize that some people are NEVER satisfied. I am glad i went with my gut. The pastry is great (light and not to sweet) and the muffins are also great. Try the banana nut muffin for breakfast and the strawberry filled cream puff for an afternoon snack.. you'll love it.
Posted by D.S. on 10/27/2005
I only had the cream puffs... Delicious, Fabulous! The fromage choux is to die for. A little pricey for a brooklyn native as myself, but definately worth it from time to time!
Posted by Mochi on 09/22/2005
For Japanese, cream puff (we call it choux cream) is a real comfort food. We grew up eating (sometimes baking our own) cream puffs. We take cream puffs very seriously. So when I learned that Choux Factory is a Japanese-run store, I had high expectations. But I have to say I am disappointed. While cream is just fine, something is wrong with choux. Yes, it is freshly made and nice & crispy, but it does not taste right and it is not the right consistency. This may be caused by sugar in choux, which is usually not included when making traditional choux. What I value in cream puff is a nice balance between eggy and little salty choux and sweet and rich cream. They may have tweaked it for Americans, and put emphasis on sweetness.
Posted by dashing on 09/10/2005
To die for!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/27/2005
Go here for the pastry (the Choux) only. It's really that good.