The French Corner Bakery

4.7

2005 N Pointe Dr
Durham, NC 27705
Phone: (919) 698-9836
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The French Corner Bakery

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Photo of Caroline Gilmore Caroline Gilmore
Jul 31, 2019 5

Wonderful pastries and bread! I absolutely love his almond croissants. ❤

Photo of Grace Lutter Grace Lutter
Jul 17, 2019 5

Tried 2 different desserts, a peanut butter and chocolate mouse and a chocolate molten cake. Both were delicious and I will be going back.

Photo of Sandy Brady Sandy Brady
Apr 22, 2019 5

We took a baking class from chef Benjamin and had a delightful time! Chef has a wonderful sense of humor and made baking seem so easy! We plan on coming back for another class!! Thank you Chef Benjamin!!! Sandy &Bob

Photo of Natasha DePesa Natasha DePesa
Apr 22, 2019 4

We had an excellent eclair here. Our almond croissant was good, but we think it would have been a lot tastier if we came earlier in the day.

Photo of Tiffany Bryant Tiffany Bryant
Oct 7, 2018 5

I love this bakery. Cinnamon rolls, pumpernickel bread, lemon bar, danish, chocolate chip cookie are all delicious. Will try more. They also offer cooking classes. Wonderful place. Step out of Durham and step into a lovely french bakery that feels and tastes truly authentic. My kids love it too!

Photo of Jordan Lassiter Jordan Lassiter
Mar 7, 2019 5

Warning, You will want to come back! A little piece of France in North Durham. Check out this hidden jem! It is literally hidden as you have to drive around a bit to find it in the shopping center. The food is delicious and authentic.

Photo of Mauricio Villarreal Mauricio Villarreal
Sep 13, 2018 5

Best French Bakery in town, without a doubt! Warm and friendly service, cozy and themed atmosphere and wide + delicious menu options. Every time my family and I come to this bakery, we just want to spread the word. Highly recommended!

Photo of Cheryl Smithem Cheryl Smithem
Jul 2, 2019 5

A marvellous selection of pastries and breads awaits you at this local patisserie. I purchased a nice array of selections including macarons, pain au chocolate, and croissants. If we lived in Durham, I'd be there every week. The atmosphere is set with the French songs playing the background and the selection of French magazines for patrons to enjoy. There are a few tables and chairs and they offer a limited menu of tasty eat in items including sandwiches and quiche.