I was in a cafe in France. The Brussels PAUL is also cool. Good coffee and super croissants Nice atmosphere
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Life saviour when looking for a small birthday cake in pricey Brussels city centre. The small 6-portions cakes are gorgeous looking and tasting! Also good for breakfast, open on Easter Sunday: nice bread, pain au chocolat, croissants. An initially 'confusing' 1,50 Euro for sitting and...More
My first visit to this branch I was shocked with the service ,their staff so nervous no smile Asked to add tomatoes to sandwiches refuse to add then asked them to cut the sandwiches to two part refused too never expect this service from Paul...More
Stopped by the chain Paul on Anspach for a badly needed coffee and some sustenance. Good coffee and pastries freshly made and served by the baker himself who was very helpful and looked after us well. Cheap enough so we had two coffees each.
The place smells of fresh baked goods. They have various types of bread, pastries, sandwiches, and more. I was there for breakfast early in the morning. The seating was very comfortable, the coffee good and the sandwiches tasty. It is the perfect place to have...More
For those who like their coffee, particularly Australians, this is as close to a great coffee as you'll get when travelling. They only serve coffee in a cup, not a mug, the croissants are fresh as are all their pastries. The eating area is small...More
I wnt here for a lunch sandwich - and chose one with some ham which looked really delicious. Unfortunately it didn't taste as good as it looked. The bread was hard and the ham was just avarage.
Was attracted by the window display of desserts. The chocolate eclair was good but the coffee was a let down especially knowing that it is the push button machine-type of coffee. They have price discrimination for take-aways and eating-in. They are visibly displayed on the...More