Regular flavors include the marble chocolate, cacao orange, red tea and the best-selling maple. I've tried a couple and they were not outstanding but decent.
The matcha and black sesame scone were on the dry side but they were not as sweet as the ones from Gontran Cherrier or D&D Tokyo. Meanwhile, the use of purely cream instead of butter did impart a distinctive milk aroma to these leaf-shaped bakes.
This boulangerie offer breads that totally different from the artisanal French croissants or brioche which one can easily find at La Joel Robuchon Bakery which is just parked next to it. They focus on classic Japanese bread such as Melon Pan, Anpan and Katsu Sandwich. In fact, if you head to their main outlet in Tachikawa or Kokubunji area, there is a wider variety to pick from. But I guessed the breads here sit on the borderline average and are not worth the extra trip into the suburbs.
La Boulangerie Quignon ラ・ブランジェリ キィニョン
Japan, Tokyo, Shibuya, 2 Chome−21−1