Le Pain Quotidien

(212) 625-9009 | View Website

100 Grand St, New York, NY | Directions   10013

40.721500 -74.001576

Open Hours

Monday To Friday From 07:30 AM To 07:30 PM Sunday To Sunday From 08:00 AM To 07:30 PM

 
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More Categories: Cafes, Certified Green Restaurant(R)

Cuisine: Belgian

Price: $

Tags: Breakfast, Family-Friendly Dining, Group Dining, Lunch Spot

Payment Methods: American Express, MasterCard, Visa

Neighborhoods: Downtown, SoHo

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Le Pain Quotidien
Menu
Soup Of The Day, Side Organic Mesclun Salad, Side Arugula Salad, Side Of Hummus, Babaganoush Or Quinoa Taboule, Grilled Chicken Cobb, Tuscan White Bean & Prosciutto, Aged Goat Cheese & Arugula, Organic Quinoa Taboule, Smoked Salmon, Asian Organic Tofu... more

Reviews for Le Pain Quotidien

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Awesome – Wonderful food and the service was pretty good right up till the moment came to get the check. It took forever for me to catch his eye and when I did, he brought the check, he never came back. I ended up paying another waiter. I should have given the tip to the guy I paid. The guy still got 15% but he could have done much better.

The food was very good, fresh and interesting without being too wierd. I'll go back.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Love the feel of this place – Love this place. Good food, good coffee, nice light menu, cool communal seating, the whole pacakage is warm and inviting. Just one complaint. There is one single toilet. One morning I waited in line 15 min, then it was my wifes turn, she waited for 15 minutes. We were there for an hour but only sat with each other for 30 minutes.

Recommends
over a year ago

Belgian-based chain offers homemade cafe fare served in a European setting. – In Short
As light and airy as a country farmhouse, the simple decor and pine furnishings radiate rustic ambience. Local sophisticates gather at a long communal table, while couples sneak away to private seats in back. The menu features salads, soups and house-specialty tartines (open-face sandwiches) with fillings like imported French ham, duck pate, Gruyere cheese and Scottish smoked salmon. For a snack, a colorful fruit tart pairs well with a two-fisted mug of aromatic coffee.

 

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