Feast on Macarons, Croissants all Day Long at L’Opéra

Cakes and pastries are a favorite with everyone. Delhites are no less, they too love well made bakery items. In fact bakery products are becoming more and more successful as time goes by, as evidenced by the number of bakeries opening in the city. Everyone has their own favorite bakery where they like to go and treat themselves to some sugary delights. 

Thanks to L’Opéra now Delhites have another wonderful option in fresh french bakery delights. L’Opéra is instrumental in successfully bringing authentic French Pâtisserie to Delhi. Their first outlet opened in Khan Market in 2011, and was a success thanks to their commitment to giving authentic, high-quality French bakery & pastry products. Not only did they stick to high-standards in food quality but they also ensured the french taste. 

Recently L’Opéra has yet opened another new outlet (they have a total of 23) in Civil Lines. Situated in Old Delhi, a locality where the Britishers resided. The area has a wonderful British feel with the colonial architecture and “Metcalfe House”, one of the remaining historical monuments. 

L’Opéra Civil Lines is a mix of a Café and Restaurant. Offering both bakery menu as well as a restaurant menu. The menu has soups, posh toasts, large plates(main dish), salads, burgers, pasta, pizzas, desserts and a variety of beverages. L’Opéra Café Restaurant has their classic bakery menu for all-day breakfast along with a new menu of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Enjoy Macroons, Croque Monsieur (made with in-house bread and filled with béchamel sauce, ham & cheese), Quiches, Vol-au-Vent, Onion & Tomato Tarts with goat cheese, Mille Feuille pastry, Almond Croissants, Mini Pastries & much more. 

Enjoy all of this in an ambiance of Parisian refinement & luxury. Spread over two floors along with the typical french style of a outdoor street side seating.There is even a private dining area on the upper floor for friends, family or even business meetings. Furniture is styled in Louis XVI style furniture of carved wood & marble. Tables decorated with fresh carnations, walls hold elegant portraits and photographs depicting Paris. High arches, chandeliers,  mirrors and the large staircase. One feels as if they are in a cafe in Paris enjoying their French Café & Croissants.

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