It is a nice place for breakfast, open from 7 am, serves an excellent coffee and a great choise of bread or croissants.
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This is the first/oldest branch. Such a lovely place that opens early. We went everyday for breakfast when we visited Brussels on a short holiday. The atmosphere is calm with beautiful soft classical music. Breakfast is delicious and their pastries are on a different level....More
Probably the first place where the idea about the franchise started and still a very pleasant coffee shop in the center of Brussels
It took ages to get to the food and they missed plenty of things. They messed up the order and the waiter was very rude. It was very disappointed. I will not come back and I will not recommend it at all.
when I am in Dubai I tried this restaurant many times for breakfast, lunch and coffee and all were great so I when I was in Brussels last summer and I saw the sign that says that it's the first Le pain Quotidien I was...More
At about 100 m away from Exki, which offers better quick brunch/breakfast options, you'd expect a better priced brunch/breakfast. And friendlier waitstaff. Why bother with this place, really?
I have been many time to other Le Pain Quotidien in Antwerp and they have always been really nice and friendly. In this place, we had a really bad experience with a rude waiter (afternoon Sunday 13th August, 2017). After 30 minutes waiting we asked...More
Lovely and really nice place: stripped decoration, marvellous things for breakfast! Everything we tried was delicious: coffee, yougurt, croissant, levain breads, etc. And you can buy and bring home breads and pastries! Attendants were not so fast we would like to, but this point does...More
I love the small space of the very first Pain Quotidien. The people are friendly, and the food is always of quality. Great for vegetarians and vegans too. I come here regularly, since years now, for breakfast and lunch, sometimes daily. I work right around...More
I know, I know - it's a chain, etc. But this particular place is actually where it all began. The first of all those cafes. Food is great (mostly organic, with lots of veggie options), and it's a brilliant place to just sit by the...More