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Jean Pierre Sancho - 1 Jun 2010

Cuisine: French, patisserie
Location: Perth CBD, corner of Shafto Lane

I have a more recent food review of Jean Pierre Sancho.

While reading through The Sunday Times issue of Taste, I stumbled upon a new french patisserie that was opening up at the corner of Shafto Lane in the Perth CBD. The next day I was off to check this place out. The place doubles as a cafe too serving coffee. I had a look through the cabinet window and was presented with an array of offerings. They also had an escargot croissant but I’m not that game to try it. I opted for a chocolate du pain (chocolate croissant), a walnut tart, and an eclair. It’s a bit pricey but I’m not buying this everyday. I went back to work and chucked my purchase in the fridge to take home later to share with my parents. Resistance was futile and it wasn’t long before I ducked back to the fridge at work and ate about half of the chocolate croissant which was delicious. The walnut tart was pretty good too but very rich. The eclair was a bit small but tasty. Nice light pastry. I still prefer Scents of Taste though.

Food Review Summary

Verdict: Certainly worth a try if you love pastries. Really yum!
Price: Bargain – you pay for quality
Taste: Delicious
Value: Reasonable
Recommendation: Worth Visiting Again

www.jpsancho.com.au
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Jean Pierre Sancho - 1 Jun 2010, reviewed by Shaun on 2010-06-01T20:09:52+00:00 rating 3.0 out of 5
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It's subjective but I base my reviews on 4 key areas:

Price: Bargain > Reasonable > Moderately Expensive > Expensive
Taste: Poor > Average > Great > Delicious
Value: Poor > Good > Reasonable > Excellent
Recommendation: Eat At Home Instead > Try Once If You Want But Not Worth Visiting Again > Worth Visiting > Recommend > Highly Recommend

The final recommendation will consider the price, taste and value. Value will be based on price and other factors like service and serving size.