Le Pain Quotidien entices you in with the delicious smell of fresh bread and coffee.
Festival Terrace, Royal Festival Hall
Mains: £8 – £15
As you enter Le Pain Quotidien, you’re surrounded by hand-shaped loaves of artisan rye, whole wheat and nut breads stacked on an iron bread rack behind the counter along with crusty baguettes, brioches and croissants, and their own range of traditional jams, spreads (including Belgian chocolate praline spread), tea and coffee - all carefully sourced from hand-picked suppliers.
Watch passersby from the upper floor or explore the stunning vaulted lower floor built into the railway arches with exposed bricks and one of the longest communal tables in any branch of Le Pain!
Enjoy coffee and tea - served in their trademark French bowls - a fresh salad or tartine (open sandwich) or perhaps some homemade granola. They also serve a full dinner menu here with a range of organic wines and beers.
The atmosphere is one of warmth and simplicity.
Book a table or drop in.