Review of Ten Ten Pié

The Portland Phoenix has reviewed Ten Ten Pié.

A terrific almond croissant has more pastry and less paste than Standard’s version, making it feel a bit more adult. A little bundt-shaped cannelé, made with burnt custard, had that combination of crunchy-chewy crust and softly chewy interior that marks great bagels. Chocolate pudding was rich and creamy, and topped with a miso-caramel cream (which tasted more of caramel).

5 comments on “Review of Ten Ten Pié

  1. The old Molly malones on market street has a leased sign up now. That’s a pretty big space and has been renovated in the last year

    They’ve dug up and poured concrete for that place connecting to yordprom

    Anybody heard who leased ginkgo blue spot? Pretty much has to be a bar.

    With news of the melting pot choosing portland as a location to open in, where do you see that going?

    1. Nick,

      The Mall area in South Portland seems like a good fit for The Melting Pot.

      It’s good to see that Skillet has made progress on their new building. According to their FB page, they may need to change the name of the business.

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