Lovely busy place, where you can migle with locals and enjoy a perfect breakfast with lots of organic, delicious options. Wonderful atmosphere and friendly staff. Genuine.
Great food. We always enjoy it. It's when the bill comes that the meal gets tainted. Still, we go on a semi-regular basis. We also like to pick up something home made from the bakery as we walk out. This is good quality food.
A fabulous place for a fresh and wholesome lunch. The back of the restaurant is a large glass enclosed atrium. The roof opens on warm, sunny days making it a delightful place to have lunch. Try the fresh mint lemonade.
Great service, great ambiance and wonderful goodies to eat and buy. Try their salads if you're not there for breakfast - mmmmm!
This location had a really nice dining area, with a large communal table in one area and smaller tables in a greenhouse and patio in the back. We ordered some of the homemade refreshments and some snacks and loved everything - great hoummos, and the chocolate bomb is AMAZING. This is the perfect place for an afternoon tea break!
We ate breakfast here while visiting Brussels recently. The breakfast at our hotel was prohibitively expensive and we had to find and alternate place to have breakfast. Le Pain Quotidien - Sablon was just across the street from our hotel. The breakfast included a basket of great tasting breads, butter, various jams, chocolate spreads, a soft boiled egg and a... More
Lovely food: their basket of breads is lovely and the chocolate spread on the table really delicious. Shame for the service though: unfriendly to say the least, it made us feel unwelcome and rushed, despite the very few other clients there.
Was going to try this for breakfast after reading the reviews but instead went for a snack mid afternoon. Had leek soup which was watery and needed lots more seasoning. One of my friends had to send hers back to be re-heated. Despite its name the bread served with the soup was little better than sliced brown bread. We had... More
Le pain Quotidien is the right place to go take a good breakfast, or a quick lunch, with very good quality food and very convivial athmosphere. Service is good and price is fair.
4 of us went for breakfast after not wanting to pay €25pp in our hotel. The eggs were very tasty, however we were all still hungry and could have eaten more. Portions are small and it would be very expensive to have a full breakfast. The juice was very expensive and and the tea was not particalarly good. Our breakfast... More
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