Part of LPQ’s popularity lies in the fact that many people believe eating here is cheaper than going to a restaurant. Yet it’s not cheap, and 12.5% service charge is routinely added to diners’ bills. Open sandwiches, the core of the menu, arrive on flat white platters that make it easy for them to go flying across the table when cut. Harissa and ricotta proved a good combination with rocket and tomato on earthy bread, but was hardly sparkling fare. An evening menu proffers the likes of hot lyonnaise salad, confit duck or grilled sirloin. Desserts range from Aussie pavlova to American brownies; a Belgian sugar waffle represents the chain’s motherland.
|Venue name:||Le Pain Quotidien||Contact:|
18 Great Marlborough Street
|Opening hours:||Open 7.30am-10pm Mon-Fri; 9am-10pm Sat; 9am-7pm Sun.|
|Transport:||Tube: Oxford Circus tube|
|Price:||Main courses £3.50-£9.95.|
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Average User Rating
2.3 / 5
- 5 star:1
- 4 star:0
- 3 star:0
- 2 star:1
- 1 star:2
Very unpleasant experience! Staff is disinterested and have not seen a genuine smile. I am not a coffee expert but clearly could see the milk was reheated and tasted like the worst instant. Cannot tell much about the food because we simply lost our appetite. Should have avoid it.
I live near this Pain Quotidien and it nearly always has a good vibe. Sure food can cost as much as a regular restaurant. On the other hand you can chill and drink coffee (£2.50) in a way you wouldn't in a regular restaurant.
If you sell tea to the British, then at least get it right. £1.80 for a large cup of hot milk with grey undertones doth not a cup of tea maketh! Joke. Ridiculous price and bad experience