A longstanding Oxford Circus branch of the popular bakery-cum-French-café chain. Around the corner from the London Palladium, and just off Oxford Street, this place does decent business with passersby and lookers-for-lunch.
|Venue name:||Le Pain Quotidien Oxford Circus|
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
2.8 / 5
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This place is great for a casual weekend catch up. Their almond croissants are superb and obviously freshly baked. There is a 12.5% service charge added to the price which may up the price beyond what you would want to pay for a casual brunch/lunch but I couldn't fault the food I had, which was served in generous portions. Would definitely try it again.
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