French breakfast is quite simple:
- French Pastries: baguettes, croissants
- Cafe expresso (in small cup) / Cafe au lait (yes! in a big bowl)
Most students who had lived few years in France keep the habit of taking French breakfast in their entire life.
China leader Deng XiaoPing, who worked at 16 years old as an apprentice in a Parisian (Place d’Italie) Boulangerie (Pastries), had a crave for French croissants in his late 80s of age. The Air China (Beijing-Paris daily flight) would bring him daily breakfast of freshly oven croissants from Paris.
Singapore Best “Tiong Bahru” French Bakery:
NTUC Fairprice Supermarket sells excellent Butter Croissants Made-in-France at S$3.95 for 4 pieces.