Le Pain Quotidien - Royal Festival Hall

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Le Pain Quotidien is a fantastic bakery with stores around the world, serving delicious breads and pastries as well as food to eat in the restaurant area, including plates of charcuterie, sandwiches and salads.


Typical meal price From £25.00 per diner

£25 and under

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Venue Details & Map

Le Pain Quotidien - Royal Festival Hall

Southbank Centre Belvedere Road
Public transport:
Waterloo, Underground

Yelp Reviews

7.00 out of 5
based on 38 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Le Pain Quotidien - Royal Festival Hall

4.0 out of 5
27 June 2016
by Rozwana H.

A great place for a spot of coffee, lunch brunch or even dinner.

Its one of the first places I know that have Matcha Latte which is quite difficult to find in London let alone the UK.

We visited with my sister and fiancee for Post dinner drinks as they do the best Hot chocolate in town.

The staff were friendly and attentive the only negative i would say is that avoid the toilets they were... more

3.0 out of 5
09 April 2018
by Sokari E.

Ok ok. This chain is all over London and is standard fare mix of vegetzrian and some meat / fish dishes. I also visited the one in Borough market. This is ok for a lunch on the go but nothing special. more

5.0 out of 5
03 January 2013
by Annie W.

We came by for a quick bite, but ended up here for a few hours just chatting the night away. We found that London is super friendly and no on is ever in a rush, especially when it comes to enjoying their meal.

We had hummus and beef tornedos for appetizer and enjoyed a wonderful variety of desserts with more excellent coffee. We savored all the food and treats and was just delighted to be... more

3.0 out of 5
21 October 2015
by Felicity L.

Quite spacious place ! And man it has plugs ! You got no ideas how much I need those plugsssd for computer . But they like to put a reserve sign on the booth table to make sure they are of maximum capacity . Well just look along the wall you will find something . Food is average I would say. And the drinks are ... Okay ... Average ... One thing I think they can improve is ... To have " ears"... more

5.0 out of 5
18 July 2015
by Lucia D.

Love this place. They use the finest ingredients. The breads with the jams and the pastries, scones are a must try. The chocolate waffle cones with a side of dark chocolate syrup. Yum!! The breakfasts are perfect. I love that they include a little salad with eggs and bread. The jasmine tea is delicious. Service is very very slow but for your convenience a 12.5 percent service charge is... more

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