Le Quartier review

Malcolm Durfee O'Brien

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Le Quartier is a Lincoln-based bakery with two locations in Omaha. One of their two locations is at Countryside village. It has a wide selection of breads to buy, as well as a menu with several different items for Lunch and Breakfast, primarily sandwiches. The atmosphere was very natural and unofficial, which matched the attitude of the quite helpful employees who took my order. I had a bacon and provolone sandwich on a pretzel bun and a hibiscus blend iced tea, as well as a Cuban sandwich, the vegetable brown rice soup and the regular black iced tea. The order came out a bit faster than expected and turned out fine. The bun was untoasted and had a texture which did not go well with the rest of the sandwich, as well as the bun’s density made it difficult to taste anything on the sandwich. However, the sandwich’s texture was quite nice and the eggs were soft and creamy. The Cuban sandwich was not pressed and served on untoasted ciabatta bread, though other than that the sandwich was quite nice and had a nice texture from the pickles and bread’s crunch. The vegetable brown rice soup had a nice tomato flavor with good form given to it by the rice. The hibiscus iced tea was just barely sweet and was quite refreshing and the regular black iced tea was generic and fine. After I ate I had a croissant, which was absolutely fantastic, it was flaky and buttery just like a croissant should be. Le Quartier is a fine place to eat, though the food itself is generic, the bread and croissants that are available are the strong suit of this bakery.

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