Monday, 19 September 2016
Zenhäusern Freres Croustilles de Sion
These crispy snacks are made by a really wonderful bakery in Sion. In Switzerland. And sold in local supermarkets as well as the bakery itself. Marketed as a fabulous local delicacy made using marine de seagull - NO! computer that should be farine de seigle - with which the fabulous local bread Pain de Seigle is made, and raclette de Valais AOP, which is a great local cheese.
And? And basically this is a little packet of highly priced very small slices of very finely sliced brown bread. And not very cheesy with it. But a bit crispy.
So really rather disappointing. Very unexciting. Which is a shame, because everything else the Chef and I have tried from this cafe; sandwiches, tartes au citron, chocolates... simply delicious.
Well I guess you can't have everything.