Walking into Eurobread & Cafe is like walking straight out of Davie and right onto a quiet street outside of Paris. With quaint tiled floors, French paintings and a fully stocked pastry case, the bakery doesn’t seem like it belongs in South Florida. But, nestled in a charming strip near a farmer’s market, crystal shop and an English tea room, it feels quite at home.
Upon entering, it’s impossible to miss the pastry and bakery items uniformly arranged in the case. With macarons, fruit tarts, croissants and several other forms of treats big and small, there’s something to catch the eye for everyone. Additionally, just beyond the counter, a rack features several different loaves of bread for purchase. If sweets aren’t really your thing, they have a wide variety of other foods to tempt your tastebuds as well.
There are several different sandwich options, including ham, turkey, roasted vegetables, salmon and more, served on a baguette or croissant. They also have a few other French classics like the croque monsieur, an open-faced croissant sandwich with ham, loads of cheese and a bechamel sauce; quiche, a savory egg bake; crepes and soups like french onion. The portions aren’t enormous, but you won’t be disappointed if you come in here for an average sized, satisfying meal.
Their drinks aren’t something to turn your nose up at either. They offer several different coffee drinks, with and without milk, hot chocolate and an array of teas. Any iced coffee beverage you order is served with coffee ice cubes as well, as to not dilute your drink while it melts. For iced teas, they offered black, green and tropical options, with the tropical tasting a bit like pineapple and a few other indistinguishable fruits. They don’t come pre-sweetened, but there are sweeteners at the counter if you prefer.
Overall, Eurobread and Cafe is truly a hidden gem in Davie. From the outside, the restaurant looks fairly plain, but the inside will transport you across hemispheres. My friends and I enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere, fresh food and polite staff. As we had never been there before, they gave us adequate time to look over the menu, answered every question we had and made sure we knew where everything was after we ordered. While you’re there, be sure to check out the other shops located around the cafe— you could spend an entire afternoon walking around after your delicious meal (and maybe even come back around for dessert).
Eurobread and Cafe
6847 Stirling Rd, Davie, FL 33314
Monday-Friday: 7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday: 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday: 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.