On the corner of the street, this charming establishment is often filled with coffee drinkers, book readers and food enthusiasts alike. Plants hang around the window and wooden tables and stools help keep La Bouche feeling intimate.
Since opening in 2004, it has remained a core establishment of the area for its freshly baked cakes, artisan breads and various meat products and cheeses.
You can eat along the front windows with a great street-view, or sit yourself deeper into the chasm of tempting brunches, hot soups or pies, salads, sandwiches or a sweet-treat with a coffee.
Despite how busy it can get, especially on Saturdays, you can often find a seat. But take-away options make it a great place to grab some food and head along the canal, or to one of local parks. It's also worthwhile to browse the deli and shop space for the variety of branded and locally-sourced products.