I like Dyan, even more. My favorite hard working genius pastry chef I forever love
It might jack up your croissant standard…
Even her frozen kit to bake at home is already too good.
Try to eat the fresh bake one faster than when nigiri lands in front of you for once, your future self will thank you xoxo
The brutal truth is Dyan bakes the order the moment you schedule to pick it up, so be on time and that thing will be as hot as you can handle. Parking is hard to find around that ghost kitchen entrance so I text her 3mins before I get there and illegally flashing my signal until the hot croissants show up.
Also order the frozen kit if you have a party and pretend you are a pastry chef to bake them at home. It’s super easy and fun.
Skipping Saturday’s farmer market to hangout with my favorite fresh baked croissants Stuffing them into my face… faster than tailgating at the parking lot across the street to eat Akira Yoshizumi San’s togo sushi during SF lockdown
Eat the fresh croissants quickly and get the frozen kit to proof and bake at home. The cut off time to order is at noon the day before, which I forget sometimes. Hence, I need insurance/emergency croissants in the freezer.
Another lovely tea like beans: https://www.seycoffee.com/collections/archived-coffees/products/halo
“This lot is a plethora of light fruit tones with a soft sweet floral and tea note. The fruit notes hover between light peach and tropical fruits, and even have hints of light tart plum and other stone fruits. This washed profile stays on the bright, crisp, and cleaner side of the profiles we see from Gedeb.”
The Croissant Kit includes everything you need to bake them at home with any oven:
I’m not a chocolate person but I trust Dyan Because I can’t get off work early for this on weekdays, I keep a questionable amount of frozen SUI croissants in my freezer for a daily dose of happiness. Technically my body is a mix between Needle’s Eggplant Bamboo and SUI croissants. Tasty!
My family’s making our somewhat annual pilgrimage to LA in a couple weeks for Christmas. Stumbled across this thread and, loving me some good croissant but sadly lacking great options where I live in Chicago, I WANTS some of this.
Is Tock the only way to reserve an order? That’s the only site link I’m finding. I’m not able to book any Wed-Fri dates, though. Also, the calendar is showing availability for orders on Christmas Day which I’m guessing must be a fluke?