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Le Pain Quotidien – Wimbledon

4-5 High Sreet Wimbledon
London SW19 5DX

Le Pain Quotidien is a rustic French bakery open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, pastries and wine. Their focus is on healthy, mostly organic food, and you can enjoy anything from quiches and tartines and salads to heartier meals, or even just sit and relax with a coffee. The communal table is a really nice way to get to socialise with other people in the community and gives their bakeries a warm and welcoming feel.

Opening Hours: Mon to Fri 7am to 10pm, Sat 8am to 10pm, Sun 8am to 9pm.

Website: Visit Le Pain Quotidien – Wimbledon website

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Written by Janis P.

One Comment

  1. Nice, but slow and expensive. We went to Le Pain Quotidien in Wimbledon village with the kids for breakfast. I don’t think it’s that suited to younger children and is better for school age kids or teenagers. Although there were highchairs, I didn’t see a kids menu and my kids ate from the standard menu, which were fine, but there were no plastic cups or any of the other usual stuff that you’d associate with a truly child friendly environment. The food was excellent, but took ages to arrive (by which time the kids were bored) and was very expensive, croissants and coffee for two adults + croissants and juice for the kids was £40, which seemed pretty steep! Overall it’s a nice place with a good atmosphere, but you’d be better to go somewhere else with small children.

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