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The best reason to go to Pandor is for egg dishes such as the croque madame or the eggs and beans—both have a sunny-side-up fried to lacy edges, with a yolk halted at the right amount of runny. Say what you want about the French, but they always seem to know their way around an egg. Even the scrambled-egg sandwich is creamy and exhibits an ethereal fluff. And if you’ve ever seen a quiche as light and Jell-O wiggly as Pandor’s, you might have been dreaming.
What part of France are they talking about? The pastries tasted like they were packaged and delivered, the bread was too too dry, and the panini had way too much oil or butter. Save your heart and your pocket try something else!
Newport is slumming it with this place, it's a shiny present with only dissapointment inside. I say the pastries were bought from ralphs and had a glaze of butter added to it. I have been to France many times and let me tell you this place is far from it. They might as well start selling teriyaki chicken bowls and call it a confused fusion. Go back to France and get some more lessons!!!
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