I never thought of coming here for a review; I considered Le Pain Quotidien to be a fast food franchise bakery and not a calm cafe where one can sit and enjoy a French meal. Le Pain Quotidian on Rue Pierre Charron changed my perception of the brand. Classy and upscale, calm and cozy, the location is different from its siblings around the city; selling organic produces, handled by a gentle waitress and decorated with style, visit for a moment of relaxation.
A common table, wood shelves, and walls, wood chairs, old ceramic tiles under a glass house. On the standard table, complementary olive oil, hazelnut spread, and jams are for you to enjoy. Have a coffee, served in a bowl not a mug and enjoy the classical music playing in the background.
I enjoyed my cup of granola, a casual pain au chocolat, croissant, and avocado toast; I loved the avocado toast made with ripe avocados and a load of olive oil on a fresh pain de Campagne.
A cozy and calm cafe you’ll enjoy when meeting with friends.