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Tartine Bakery

Chocolate Pudding

Chocolate Pudding

I think I spent 10-15 minutes just looking at all the pastries, cakes, tarts, cookies, croissants, and bread in the dessert case, savoring everything with my eyes… Banana Cream Tart? Chocolate Pudding? Pain au Chocolat? Lemon Pound Cake? I wish I could just take one bite of each item. Thankfully I was there with my foodie friend and we decided to share this divine chocolate pudding and the fresh strawberry bread pudding. Next time, hot pressed sandwiches!

Tartine Bakery
600 Guerrero Street
San Francisco, CA 94110-1528
(415) 487-2600
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Hours of Operation:
8am – 7pm Monday
7:30am – 7pm Tuesday, Wednesday
7:30am – 8pm Thursday, Friday
8am – 8pm Saturday
9am – 8pm Sunday



  1. Posted June 10, 2010 at 1:57 pm | #

    LOVE Tartine! I made their galettes and they were absolutely amazing

  2. maigo
    Posted June 10, 2010 at 7:41 pm | #

    Yum, those sound delicious! I wish I had more stomach room to sample more of their offerings! Everything was like a work of art…

  3. CC Rider
    Posted June 10, 2010 at 8:53 pm | #

    As a visitor to S.F. I waited in line 20 minutes in the pouring rain for a chance to enjoy an SRO breakfast at Tartine. What an experience. Everything on the menu appeared to promise a phenomenal treat to the taste buds. When at last I made it to the counter the visual temptation was even greater. I finally settled on quiche of the day and a pressed sandwich with pecorino cheese & toasted chunky almonds crushed with olive oil, lemon and sage (shared between two giddy friends!). The huge and steamy cup of cafe au lait added to delight and all made for a breakfast to remember.

  4. maigo
    Posted June 11, 2010 at 2:07 pm | #

    CC – Thank you for your delicious comment! I am now convinced my visit was not complete without a bite of their savory sandwiches and I will be sure to go back before I return to the East Coast!

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