Le Pain Quotidien

Restaurants, European Chelsea
  • 4 out of 5 stars
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Venue name: Le Pain Quotidien
Address: 201-203 King's Road
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Lucrezia A

Le Pain Quotidien never disappoints me. This is a lovely place where to go if you're too lazy to prepare breakfast, love people-watching, or simply, have a super filling breakfast or lunch in a cozy and relaxed atmosphere. I personally love the "Organic Baker's Breakfast", which despite being a bit pricy (£ 6.95), grants you a full belly up until lunch time. The bread is extremely fresh, and you're given a choice of 3 jams, plus Belgian chocolate spread, which is delicious. Also, if you're craving for something sweeter than bread and jam, I'd suggest you to try the "Madeleine Basket". Bonus tip: if ordering a drink which implies milk and you're vegan/intolerant, ask for "normal" milk to be substituted with soya, and you'll get an equally tasty drink at no extra price. 

Tiago Almeida

The vegan options here are really delicious- I love the raspberry crunola. But everything is good, including the brunch options too. Seriously good cakes and patisserie too!

Sara O

I always eat the same thing at Le Pain Quotidien – soft-boiled eggs.I’ve been disappointed by soup (too thin) and pastries (too dry) but I keep going back, partly because I like the long communal tables but mainly for those eggs. They’re perfect, every time and at every branch I’ve been to. The secret, apparently, according to one friendly waitress, is to keep turning the eggs all the time they’re cooking. I’ve tried it at home but my own results are still hit and miss so when I’m in an eggy mood I head for a PQ. If only boiled eggs were on offer all day. It's five stars for the eggs, two for the rest. Tricky. I'll go for three.