Well no, I didn't actually have two cakes for lunch today. What has happened is that I've fallen in love with the wonderful Bayonne/Reblochon sandwich from the boulangerie and so I had it two days in a row...FYI Bayonne is a kind of ham and Reblochon is a wonderful French cheese.
The first lunch started like this: a bayonne and reblochon sandwich with a chocolate religieuse (a sort of cake, keep reading...)
Melty cheese and salty ham on fresh bread...great sandwich
Actually, a really great sandwich so it gets another photo
This is the religieuse (religieuse means "nun" in French and it is also the name of a very typical cake that you can find in all the boulangeries), very delicious too. And this whole lunch cost 8 EUR.
The bottom layer of the religieuse
And the top
So, the next day I went back to the very same boulangerie and got the very same sandwich because it is so extra delicious but, I got a different kind of cake. This one is a millefeullle (thousand leaves...because of the flaky crust).
A fabulous millfeuille for 2.20 EUR, the religieuse is about the same price.
Once again, I do suggest that you look into the boulangeries in Paris for your lunching needs.