Le Pain Quotidien

Currently Open [Closes at 10:00 pm]
  • Address: 18 Great Marlborough St, Soho, London W1F 7HU, UK, United Kingdom
  • Timings: 08:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
  • Ticket Price: Free

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  • Le Pain Quotidien Address: 18 Great Marlborough St, Soho, London W1F 7HU, UK, United Kingdom
  • Le Pain Quotidien Timing: 08:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Le Pain Quotidien Price: Free
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  • Food was lovely, tea became cold rather quick. Service was not that great, no ‘hi’ or ‘would you like to pay?’ When trying to ask for the bill, the answer was (10m away, that is) ‘bill?’. In the bill the optional service charge is included in your total amount. When paying with your card, you’re not asked if you wish to tip. Food was nice, but because of the service I would not revisit.

  • We had travelled from Norwich to see 42nd Street. Having arrived around midday we decided to have a wander round the Covent Garden shops and stalls and have lunch when we saw somewhere we fancied. Around 12.30 we saw Le Pain and it appealed to us because we could eat outside and the menu looked OK. We chose a place to sit, not very busy at this point. A waitress soon approached us with menus. Then a charming young man took our order. I ordered a large latte and the chicken and leek pie with veg, my friend had the vegetable broth with curried chicken and a cider. Our drinks were served quite quickly and my coffee was very good. When our food arrived I wished there were more veg and my friend thought her soup would be thicker as it was a main course. The taste of the food more than made up for anything else,it was full of flavour. We were so happy with it that we ordered desserts, that also didn't disappoint. The waiters were very friendly and attentive, the atmosphere very relaxed, and it was a joy to sit outside in the November sunshine enjoying delicious food and people watching. I would definitely go there again.

  • Excellent place! We really loved the service. Our waiter Ivan was polite, helpful and made our experience ve enjoyable. I recommend the detox lemonade!

  • Nice place, food was good except the salmon. It's crowded, service could pay more attention. Overall not the best choise to eat. Time we had food was 12.00.

  • Staff were grumpy.and slow. Also did not bring things we requested eg butter. Also got annoyed when we asked for certain food to be cooked in a certain way. Not very friendly

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