We bought several kinds of bread, including gluten-free ones, and they were disappointing, too dry, with wrong texture and bland taste.
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I visited this place with the family but that made it another experience. Not so nice staff and the food was okay but not really good. A bit sad for Paris. In Ireland or holland the food is much better in this chain.
Stay away from this place. There are so many wonderful places to eat in Paris. I ordered a combo of soup, tartine and salad greens. The tomato and paprika soup was just passable, but luke warm. The tartine had very small toppings on limp pieces...More
Service is just bad , staff is unpleasantly Rude , continental breakfast for 11 EUR is 2 slices of cold bread from yesterday , No Jam no butter ( that the waitress forgot to bring ) and a boiled egg !!?!? Bad coffee, the only...More
LPQ is one of my favorite spots in Madrid and in Dubai and it was fantastic to stay across the street in Paris from one too! We indulged in a fantastic Sunday brunch and chose the breakfast menu. For about 10 euros, you get a...More
This restaurant is a great place to come on your own or with friends, for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The atmosphere is cosy, the staff welcoming and friendly. The food is healthy, prepared fresh. I I can recommend the salads and the "assiette vegetarienne" (humus,...More
Having had an enjoyable meal with excellent service at le Pain Quotidien at St Pancras Eurostar terminal in London we were disappointed with this branch. One very good main course, one more average. Unfortunately the staff, though pleasant enough, were obviously winding down for the...More