I had enough! What is all this hype about the molten salted egg yolk croissant?! What spell has this bread casted on the people that caused so much chaos and hype. This is definitely no ordinary situation. The dough that could command people to queue, quarrel and talk incessantly about it. I nearly died of curiosity. Thus, I became one of them on that faithful Saturday.
|I had to try the much talked about Molten|
Le Bread Days Cafe shot to stardom in such an instant with its croissants until it was apparently too overwhelming for them to manage. I am not sure whether Rebecca Saw's post made it popular or Rebecca reviewed it BECAUSE it is already popular.
When they first became famous, they were quite fickle with the time they bring out their batches unleashing an uproar of dissatisfaction among about-to-be patrons. They ended up empty handed as the bread was (and still is) always sold out and people did not know when to catch it.
|The line spans up to 2 shoplots|
|The croissants are out only at 11.30am and 3.00pm daily|
|The crowd in the cafe, all waiting for their turns to collect their bread|
|The celebrity bread, freshly out of oven at RM6.90 each before GST, RM7.30 after GST|
|I wouldn't mind making bread if my business is as overwhelming as this|
My sidekick and I got 4 croissants each. Well, it was not that we were influenced. We were not planning to use all the time and effort just to get one each!
|My sidekick and I got 4 breads each|
|Crispy on the outside and molten on the inside|
"No wonder the queue," my sidekick concluded.
I'd like to ask a variation of a question I saw on the web:
Are you willing to line up for the croissant?
B. Can I pay someone to do it?
C. No. I'll wait for the hype to die down
Which is your answer?
Le Bread Days Cafe