Every time I've walked past here, be it breakfast, lunch or dinner, it's always busy and often a queue to be seated. This, to me, is a sign of a good place to visit. With all the other cafes around London, these customers could easily go two doors up to a generic chain cafe, but instead would prefer to wait. With my friend visiting from Birmingham, we popped in for brunch, and fortunately as we walked in, a table cleared and we were seated straight away! We didn't choose anything particularly exciting from the menu, but our choice was made after seeing the delicious looking organic jams and chocolate spread trio sitting on the table. We shared the Petit Déjeuner (no idea how you even pronounce this!?) which included a croissant, selection of bread and two drinks. Slathering on the white chocolate spread, blueberry jam and fig jam (our favourite!) to the breads a little too generously, we both stuffed ourselves until we felt uncomfortable. Seriously, my stomach doesn't know it's full until it's too late! A really lovely cafe with great quality and variety of organic food. The only small let down was a slightly blunt waitress and 12.5% service charge on to the bill (although this only added about 70p for us which seemed reasonable)!
To visit the Le Pain Quotidien website, click here.
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