The concept of Le Pain Quotidien is that the table is shared. Guests share the jam and spreads with their neighbours at big tables made from recycled wood, just like the rest of the furniture.
If you like weekend brunches, then Le Pain Quotidien has a good selection: home-made bread and Danish pastries, chocolate spreads (white, hazelnut, dark), a plate of cold meats and cheeses, organic yoghurt and muesli, a boiled egg, etc… It’s a really nice brunch to enjoy as a couple or with friends in a very lively atmosphere. There are salads, toasted sandwiches and soups on offer, too. It is ideal for a break with your girlfriends or even to enjoy a hot meal. When teatime comes around, there are teas and pastries to please everyone. 80% of the products at Le Pain Quotidien are organic, making for healthy, simply and good food. What more could you ask for? If you have enjoyed your meal, you can leave with a selection of products to take home. Simultaneously a bakery, tea room, restaurant and grocery store, Le Pain Quotidien‘s formula works and you often have to wait for a table as unfortunately it is not possible to book ahead!
Brunch: €23. Salads around €15. Pastries around €6.
5, Rue Des Petits Champs – 75001 Paris. 18, place du Marché St. Honoré – 75001 Paris. 31, rue Lepic – 75018 Paris. 25, rue de Varenne – 75007 Paris. 18-20, rue des Archives – 75004 Paris.