I was rather excited to spot Bonjour de France - a French bakery that's situated opposite Blackburn train station. With is respectable blue and white exterior and a steady stream of locals sitting down for un café, un sandwich et une tranche de gâteau, all signs were point to a good quick lunch.
We ordered three items - the best one being the lemon cheesecake slice. This was magnifique! A lovely silky, lemony custardy wobbly filling that had the most wonderful brulee-like crust on top. It was sweet but not too much, rich but not too rich. If it wasn't for the fact that that was the last piece they had left we would have gotten one for Ron.
The two savoury items were, unfortunately, a let down. The Lawyer's beef pie was small and going by the dried ring of beef inside the pie, it appears that it had been sitting in the pie warmer for the good part of the day.
If the Lawyer's pie has been sitting in the pie warmer for the good part of the day, then my spinach and fetta quiche can only be described as been sitting in the pie warmer for a few days. The pastry was chewy (to the extent that you can tell it's been reheated more than once before), the eggy custard filling was all but dried up.