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
AHH SUMMER. As the dregs of your twenties are cooling to an end, the robust teas, coffees & ornately handcrafted patisseries still have the same taste of artistic Paris (Ahh! The cafes & galleries in the 5éme are layered between the sweet sheets of the mille feuilles,) but feel somehow meaningless - as if baked by Sartre himself. So many hours, smoking cigarettes in the kitsch vintage...more
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The cakes are pretty good, the street view incredible for people watching (if you can grab a table in there) and everything is reasonably priced. It's a little slice of quirky Paris without having to go further than Soho.
Hidden downstairs is a sweet little boutique selling a neat range of clothes for those a little more fashion adventurous. The staff are always friendly and happy to help,...more
This could have been a great place.
It's a nice tea room, the ground floor is lovely, the cakes look nice and the old man at the counter is kind.
So what's wrong with it?
Well... everything that "looks" nice is actually not. I mean the cakes are mediocre at best, some are better than other but in general they are low quality. And some of them are definitely old and stale.
Teas are good...more