We all grew up eating Cuisine de France bread rolls but now it's all about the Cuisine de France 'croffle', the croissant/waffle creation we never knew we wanted.
The croffle is described as, 'a marriage of the classic rich, buttery French croissant with the unique texture of a modern sumptuous waffle, which can be served sweet or savoury.'
'Where can I get a croffle?', you ask when you've finished drooling. Well, Cuisine de France have opened a pop up French bakery on Camden Street for two weeks only. La Petite Boulangerie runs daily from 8am to 3pm and boasts a mouth-watering menu.
Nutella & Banana croffles, S'mores croffles, Chicken & Gravy croffles and the star of the show, the Avocado & Feta croffle created exclusively by renowned pastry chef Louise Lennox.
Also on the menu is sourdough toast, pecan porridge, croque monsieur, soup, salad and chips and with the most expensive item setting you back €5 it's a lot cheaper than a trip to Paris!
La Petite Boulangerie by Cuisine de France is open until 22nd July. Search #cuisinedecamden for more.
Image credit - Cuisine de France Twitter.