Translation:He spends several minutes in front of the pastry shop.
It wants "pastry shop", the English term for "pâtisserie". If you live across the Channel from France, you may use the term on a regular basis. The rest of the world is not so fortunate. [Edit: Having said that, patisserie (EN) is accepted]. BTW, you can do any of the special characters if you want to. Change your keyboard setting (on a Windows computer) to "United States International" and you can type all the characters on the fly: â é è ê ï ù ç. It's easy. If you use a smartphone or tablet, you can just hold your finger on the letter for a second and you will be presented with a choice of options for the special characters based on that letter.