If you are a pastry lover, you must have heard about “cronut” that has been a big hit in past few years. Where is it originated? If you can answer it, I will admit that you are a true believer of sweets. Yes, it is originated from Dominique Ansel Bakery located in Soho, NYC. For those who are not familiar with cronut, it is a combination of croissant and doughnut. If it thrills you just hearing about it, then you need to check out Dominique Ansel Kitchen in west village too!
This beautiful pastries and sweets just welcome you right after you enter the door
Behind the counter, that’s where the magic happens
Caramel Sugar DKA (Dominique’s Kouign Amann)
Tender, flaky, croissant-like dough with a caramelized crunchy crust
DKA is another signature pastry from Dominique Ansel Bakery. I often like DKA better than Cronuts since it isn’t super sweet.
Can I just have them all, please?
Dominique Ansel Kitchen has more options for breakfast and savory menu
such a cozy warm kitchen
yes, happy baking
MINI MATCHA BEIGNETS (6 pieces)
tastes like a soft chewy doughnut with sugar powder and matcha powder on top
I love match so I am biased, but I liked these matcha beignets since they weren’t too sweet. It has very light and fluffy texture with a touch of matcha flavor. Moreover, you don’t have to feel too guilty!
Dominique Ansel Kitchen offers more savory and breakfast menu than Dominique Ansel bakery. However, the Kitchen does Not sell cronut! so if you are looking for cronut, you know where to find it now!
Dominique Ansel Kitchen
- address : 137 Seventh Avenue South, New York, NY 10014
- Tel : (212) 242-5111
- Hours : Mon – Sun 9am – 9pm
they don’t take a reservation. First come, first served