The 288 1st St. bakery closed on Sept. 18, according to a brief Facebook post.
Voyageur du Temps on 1st Street in downtown Los Altos. Photo by Michelle Le.
Owner Rie Rubin did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
Rubin, a Portola Valley resident who's originally from Japan, converted what was a 1913 train station into the high-end, modern bakery. Two chefs from Tokyo who trained in France could often be seen rolling croissants and making other pastries behind a glassed-in open kitchen.
Voyageur served breads, baguettes, croissants, tarts, breakfast and lunch dishes, coffee and tea.
A croissant, matcha star ring and pear danish at Voyageur du Temps. Photo by Michelle Le.