Established in 1871, Maison Bertaux is London’s oldest patisserie. Alongside history and tradition, you’ll find freshly baked cakes, tarts, pies and cheesecakes.
Eat in and enjoy tea, savoury pastries and cake in the eclectic shop or gallery café upstairs. You can also pick up a little treat to eat alfresco in nearby Soho Square, or commission a bespoke wedding cake.
You’ll find Maison Bertaux in the heart of London’s Soho and close to the buzz of Carnaby; areas known for quirky shops, bohemian cafes, great restaurants, live music, cabaret and an exciting pub and nightlife scene.
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Venue Details & Map
28 Greek Street
St JamesLondonW1D 5DQ
- +44 (0)20 7437 6007
- Public transport:
- Leicester Square, Underground
This is what London is about - old, historic spots, serving high quality goods. I actually meant to come to the pub next door, which is meant to be another said spot, but was just so tempted by the casual diners seated outside and the beautiful cakes in the window.
Enter the shop, place your order, and then find a seat where a server will bring you your tea and cakes, or whatever have you....more
This place gives me faith that humanity has a chance after all. That we aren't doomed to Starbucks ourselves out of existence. That uniqueness, oddities and eccentric beauty are still valued.
Because, how in this day and age of chain-restaurant vanilla Soho can this bizarre, belligerent place still exist? I ***king love it.
On the lookout for dessert, we eschewed Patisserie Valerie and...more
Found this place having been taken here by a work colleague when I worked in the area some years ago and loved it on site of the delicious treats in the window.
Like a child in a sweetshop, all the delightful desserts, cakes patisseries that are on display, you are spoilt for choice. At first I was a little displeased with the environment but once seated and taking in the environment, the...more
I like their late hours. It's hard to find dessert places after dinner if you happen to have dinner after 8.
I had some variation of cheesecake. it wasn't particularly memorable, but (I think) it was decent.
Not a fan of the space upstairs. It feels like it hasn't been renovated for many decades, and it doesn't have much character to it. It was also a bit crowded. What I could not stand...more
I stopped into Maison Bertaux on a Saturday morning a few back, for a pastry and a coffee. Given the definitive French-ness of the place, I was certain I would have that lovely experience I've so enjoyed whenever I go to Paris: pastry breakfast with coffee, the one time that I find Parisians palatable.
It was nice enough, though nothing too fancy. We were out on the street, but unfortunately...more