Le Pain Quotidian, St Pancras

Fresh Mint Tea, Le Pain Quotidien, St Pancras
Fresh Mint Tea
Le Pain Quotidien

I first encountered this Belgian cafe on a Eurostar trip to Lille, and having bought one of their big glass salt grinders, was very pleased when they opened in London, so I could get the matching pepper pot! LPQ serve reliably good food and the bread is fantastic if you like chewy rustic stuff.

I had a fresh mint tea, which was wonderfully refreshing, if a bit pricey at £3 for a small pot. They serve tea in a bowl, which must be the Belgian way. I went to website to get further info, and was invited to sit at a communal table and “share the Brunette”. How very Continental!

Le Pain Quotidien have branches all over London and are a great place to take refreshment. The food is good, and the decor pleasing. St Pancras branch is an ace place to people watch and play ‘French or English’


Mint Tea Le Pain Quotidien, St Pancras, LondonPain et Quotidien, St Pancras, London


Tea at Three, Tea in London Notes
Price of a Cup of Tea in LondonPrice of a Cuppa : £3.00 small pot fresh mint tea
le pain quotidian, Tea LeafLeaf or Bag : Fresh leaves
Cup of Tea in London, le pain quotidianCrockery : Small teapot and continental style bowls
Tea shops in London with MusicMusic : Yes, but not intrusive about station hustle and bustle
Cup of Tea in LondonService : Very efficient
Kitty Blake Little TeapotKitty says: Good place to people watch.
Address: le pain quotidian
St Pancras Station
London
Website: Le Pain Quotidien

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