Pain au Chocolat
Pretty good. Though light and bready instead of fluffy and layered, it had decently crisp edges. Definitely better than your average American version. I used to buy pain au chocolat from a kiosk in the RER train station while in Paris for a summer, and these are a decent bit better.
Thick, sweetened egg bread that tastes something like a Panettone (minus the raisins). Unfortunately it was stale, which can be fixed by coffee dunking.
McCafe's version of the macchiato is more of a small cappuccino than a traditional Italian macchiato. However, the espresso was aromatic and strong, and the flavor stood out through the milk. Plus, it had great foam. I've had much, much worse coffee in France; really.
Not bad, and at 90 euro-cents, not too expensive. Similar-sized ones at chic Parisian shops cost 1.50 euro or more. It didn't have a crackly shell, and had too much icing, but it also wasn't awful.
Skip this. The icing was thick, eggy, and gross. The cake was cardboard reminiscent. Some things are better in America.