truly fresh breads, helpful staff, best omelet, great organic ingredients, fast service, perfect breakfast spot, great soft middle
mmmmm super yummy. i love love love this place. i am a regular customer here and they provided the best of the best. one thing that's a con is the service. they don't really pay attention to the customers they are handling very much. but over all the food is delicious and very appetizing.
Delicious!. Le Pain Quotidien has a great selection of fresh breads, pastries, croissants, brioches, pains aux raisins, apple turnovers, belgian waffles... It's a great place to go to for breakfast, lunch (salads, tartines, omelets, soups) or to enjoy a coffee and pastries in the middle of the afternoon!
warm. uh, interesting- I want to try it again. I had the goat cheese omlet with a salad not bad. OJ was the bomb. Seating was pretty cool. You get to sit next to other families and be warm. I liked it. Good quaility.
BRING OLD quiche lorraine recipe BACK!!!. I love le pain Quotidien. BUT a few days ago I went back here and ordered my absolute favorite thing on the menu the quiche Lorraine. To my HUGE disappointment they had changed the recipe for it! They've replaced the most scrumptious recipe in the world for one that really tastes like it was bought at a discount chain and microwaved. WHY!?!?!?!? This was the BEST thing on your menu! Why would you change perfection?
MMMM. I love LPQ. Super yummy. I love the roasted turkey with herb dressing sandwich if I want something substancial to eat, but many times my friend and I will go just to nosh on their cheese plate and use the delicious spreads there on their fresh breads. The Praline spread is insane.
European Casual Eating in a nutshell.
This is a perfect lunch or breakfast spot for the casual diner that yearns for a little gourmet. The food is presented grandly. There are open faced sandwiches, breads and jams, and a variety of pastries. The bread is truly fresh in a European style. It has a great crispy crust and soft middle.
The atmosphere is loud and has an 18th century kitchen feel. One long wooden table takes up most of the restaurant and allows you to sit between other diners. This is good for the single diner if you hate eating alone! Other small tables are around too. Don't miss the cider! The curry chicken salad sandwich is also amazing.
Le Pain Quotidien uses great organic ingredients and keeps it simple!
This makes for true flavor in their food. After trying their tartines I truely can say
fresh organic ingredients are REAL FOOD! You will leave with your body and
pallet fully satisfied. At first they seem very set in their own ways, not allowing many
substitutions. But when your try their food you understand why they want their food
presented in the way they do. Its all about true flavor! Its nice to have a unique place like
this in a city full of cloned European cafes.
Simply the best omelet in town.
Having a breakfast at Le Pain Quotidien was like having breakfast at home with the family. Sharing the big table felt like a family reunion.
The staff was very friendly and helpful and finally the food was just awesome. It was probably the best omelets i had, the organic apple juice was amazing and then we all melted with the chocolate mousse cake ! WE HAD A GREAT TIME.
Belgian-based chain offers homemade cafe fare served in a European setting..
Light and airy as a country farmhouse, the simple decor and pine furnishings radiate rustic ambience. Locals gather at a long communal table, while couples sneak away to private seats in the back. The menu features salads, soups and house-specialty tartines (open-face sandwiches) with fillings like imported French ham, duck pâté, Gruyere cheese and Scottish smoked salmon. For a snack, a colorful fruit tart pairs well with a two-fisted mug of aromatic coffee.
Deliciou$. Something as simple as ham and swiss cheese on a croissant is elevated to something special at Le Pain Quotidien. It's all in the ingredients -- the most subtle and succulent ham you've ever tasted and a blanket of savory melted swiss, decked out on a soft, fresh croissant. Don't skip dessert. With an array of treats to choose from, it was a plate-sized chocolate chip cookie that called my name. It was thin and crisp and wonderful. It's not cheap (about $20 for lunch), but it's worth it.
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