Yesterday my Mom and I had the pleasure of spending our lunch hour in Paris, right here in Texas. It will take all of my willpower to not develop a daily croissant habit. The food at the Bistro Bakery is spot on, we tried the onion soup, salad and quiche. Thankfully, the only thing that takes away from the complete charm of this bakery is the website, which if you check out first, you might not realize how dreamy this spot is. The Bistro is located along a triangular block ( entrance is along Olmos Drive). I wholeheartedly agree with Mark Jones from the SA Current, who writes, "The Bistro Bakery has one of the most inviting exteriors of any eatery in town. Its hand-painted glass sign might have been created by Belgian artisans, or a team of Hollywood set decorators. The combination of the quaint building and the bakery’s Old World appearance gives the impression that a wool-garbed cyclist might pull up at any moment in search of a baguette." Au Revoir, Jean Millet.