Pâtisserie Valerie

Restaurants, French Spitalfields
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Pâtisserie Valerie

East London is curiously bereft of good ice cream parlours, but this branch of the chain is handily located for the passing trade going into Old Spitalfields Market.

A takeaway counter sells a dozen or so ices, from £1.85 a scoop – including ‘banana blue’ which tastes of frozen banana, but has lurid food colouring staining it bubblegum blue. Other flavours include Irish cream and double chocolate – and, typically, around another dozen choices.

If you’re eating out, the gelateria counter faces a large square with wooden bench seating and a sail-like sun canopy. There are also milkshakes and sundaes on offer.

The original Gelateria Valerie near Sloane Square has an even more extensive selection of ices, freshly made every day.


Venue name: Pâtisserie Valerie
Address: 37 Brushfield Street
E1 6AA
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Came here for an afternoon tea with a groupon offer. For the price, (about a tenner each) I thought the food as amazing. I still say its very hard to make a cucumber sandwich tasty, so I basically write them off every afternoon tea review I do. They even had like a pesto and cheese sandwich, which was a welcome off piste choice!

The waiter was very good in checking in on us from time to time to refill our tea. No issue or complaints and great location!

Kirsty E

Delicious (huge!) cakes and pastries in a beautiful bakery. Lovely coffees too. Shame they are a bit pricey, but worth it for a special occasion.