Le Pain Quotidien London

Le Pain Quotidien London

3 2 Reviews


Bakeries & Patisseries in London - Soho
18 Great Marlborough Street, Soho, London, W1F 7HS
+44 (0) 20 7486 6154
http://www.painquotidien.com

Le Pain Quotidien is a fantastic bakery with stores around the world, serving delicious breads and pastries as well as food to eat in the restaurant area, including plates of charcuterie, sandwiches and salads.
Tags: bakery, breakfast, cafe area, Cakes, cold drinks, dinner, eat in, hot, hot food, lunch, sandwiches, seating area, tea, theatre




Le Pain Quotidien London Reviews


From Brussels with Love - In a posh part of Brussels there's a lovely bakery and cafe with a long communal table where local people enjoy a good coffee and a croissant or perhaps some granola or something for breakfast. I fell in love with the place some years ago and raved about it to everyone I knew who might be going in that direction.

Deep joy therefore when Le Pain Quotidien (Yup...that's the one) started to open branches in London which held true to the Brussels model: a few tables for two and four and one loooong communal table in the middle.

In the heart of the West End, just off Regent's Street on Great Marlborough St and all but next door to the London Palladium's stage door, this branch combines the wonderful freshness of the bakery with great coffee (organic, fair trade and all that too)and a decent selection of foods running through the day, with daily specials chalked on a board in addition to the small but perfectly formed offerings on the regular menu.

I had chorizo with lemon today as a snack (it was on the board as a starter, but they were happy enought o serve it on its own) and a swimming pool of really good black coffee to wash it down.

It's not the cheapest place in town, though nor is it the most expensive.

There's also a takeaway counter for hot food, drinks or just a loaf of great bread.

I love it for the ambience, the friendly and effective service and because it reminds me of Brussels...which I like a lot.  
Tags: bakery, breakfast, dinner, lunch, theatre

Rating  4

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daily bread - This chain is a great addition to any area with a great range on their menu from breakfast through to dinner.
Start the day with a boiled egg or pastries and a nice pot of tea, have a quiche or salad for lunch, or something a bit more substantial with a bottle of wine for dinner.
My only quibble is that it can be a bit pricey for what you get, but as chains go its a nice place to have on a list when you want a civilised lunch away from the hordes shopping on Oxford Street.  
Tags: cakes, sandwiches, tea

Rating  3

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