Pascal, Didier and Alain owners of Petite Provence Boulangerie and Patisserie originally came from France. In 1996, wanting to share their passion of French patisserie they opened their first bakery La Provence Bakery and Bistro in Lake Oswego. By popular demand, they then opened the exclusive bakery, La Provence Wholesale bakery, on SE Divison St. in 2003. In 2007 the Petite Provence in the Dalles was opened, the unique style and menu have been well received.
The newest member of the family is Petite Provence on NE Alberta St, which is in a fresh and exciting neighborhood. It is our wish to not only bring you the taste and atmosphere of France, but to also become part of your neighborhood. You may also notice that the menus are quite similar, this is to allow the creative management to lend character and style of their own, giving you the opportunity to enjoy individual tastes as you visit each location.
Average Rating by Members 4.4
roberto07-1-12 3:52 PMRated 5 Wonderful ambiance and delicious pastries. I wish it were less busy. But, the wait is worth it.
lizzie06-29-12 2:17 PMRated 5 It just does not get any better. This place has amazing food and the pastries are out of this world. By the way, the docration makes you feel very comfortable while you dine.
J TORRALBA06-9-12 10:55 AMRated 5 They have moved to a new location and it is amazing! Just down the road from the old location the new Laprovence has much better seating and updated classy decor. The only downside is that the place is so popular there is always a waiting list
A sure sign of how good this place is can be seen by how busy it is. Have a look at this video:
lindsayt09-30-11 9:35 AMRated 5 Could not agree more. Fantastic food and fantastic service. As J Torralba said, the pricing is very reasonable. So much so that we can afford to eat there regularly
I have not tried their dinner menu so I can only comment on breakfast and lunch.
J TORRALBA09-30-11 9:14 AMRated 5 Been eating breakfast here for years and I must say it is awesome! Pastries are out of this world and service is top notch. All the waitresses are friendly and extremely helpful. The Croissants are flaky and tasty, the bread is fantastic and if you like cinnamon rolls, you will love the ones made here. They are made wit croissants and topped with walnuts. Unlike other french bakeries in town, La Provence has mouth watering tasty food at an affordable price. I highly recommend this place. Also, if you are into savory breakfast, have them make the French Skillet for you.