We ate at Paul several times in London and Paris - there was a noticeable difference. The Parisian outlets had better, fresher food.
Following an exhausting trip to London, we needed coffee, cake and a sit down. Paul's patisserie supplied all of this, although after looking at the menu I decided to have a hot chocolate. When I realised it came from one of those pots with the stirring paddle I was a bit disappointed (having had chocolate from this type of machine... More
I've visited several lately, and uniformly they are great. Staff that go out of their way to help, authentic French bread and pattiserie - and lovely unsalted butter. Coffee is aramotic and tangy too
My wife and I stopped here for a coffee and a chocolate with macaroons . The chocolate was so thick and tasty it was like drinking nectar. It is a bit short of indoor space but there is outdoor space also.
Small place, minimal decor. The pastries are fresh,nothing exciting and a bit expensive as well. Service was good. I would again for their hot chocolate!! Is the best I have ever tried!!
Our local Pauls was quite nice. They were very friendly and we always found the food to be fresh and tasty. Some of the busier locations are a bit confusing on how/where to order what. If you can, pick a small, local place but if you ever don't know where to go and jest want to be assured of a... More
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