Bought a chocolate croissant, a butter croissant, a mocha and some bottled flavoured waters.
Barrista was super nice. My iced mocha was chocolaty without being over the top. The croissants were flakey, buttery and perfect.
Happy we passed by and decided to stop in.
YUM!!! We bought a chocolate croissant and a small chocolate caramel tart (and a soda from the fridge) and it was $18...oof. But oh my goodness was it so good!! Sweet girls behind the counter were fast and accurate at their jobs. They warmed up my croissant, so the chocolate was gooey, and boxed up the tart, which we needed because it was a mess to eat!
Not a purchase I'd make daily, but as a treat on occasion it was lovely!!
All scratch-made. Worth the $. Great location in the River Market.
There's apple and cherry Danish are the best I've ever had. A must place to stop by at the river market.
They make a great Challah loaf...
I needed to take some treats to a very good customer of mine. The place I originally picked did not open until 11:00 am. I saw that Bloom Baking Co. opened up early, so I took a chance and drove across KC. to get there. It's a small place, but had what I wanted. The lady behind the counter was more than willing to put together a couple of boxes filled with Brownies, chocolate chunk, oatmeal-rasin, peanut-butter cookies, and peanut butter bars. Yes, it was on the expensive side, but my customer was very impressed. I can't tell you how they tasted, but they all looked amazing. I will buy from them again, but will call in advance to make it easier for them. They were very friendly.
When there for Bierocks and took 2 of the last 4 they had left. They were yummy great bread and stuffing spiced the way I like them. My order was takeout.
Recommendation was the lemon bar and macaroons. The macaroons were good and the lemon bar was delectable! The lemon bar is a must!
In search of a croissant locally that would compare with those in Paris. This is not it. 1st, what would cost between $1.20-$2.80 in Paris Bloom charged $4 and it was 2/3 of the size.
It was a nice flaky layers, but it didn't taste buttery and certainly not worth the steep price. Also, had the $5 chocolate croissant and it also was smaller size and only had one bar of chocolate. The chocolate was tasty and good quality, but for $5 it should have been larger and had more chocolate.