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Le Pain Quotidien

One of my favourite international chains in the world must be Le Pain Quotidien (PQ). Even after, I don’t know, 10 years or so, I still am not tired of the deliciousness of the PQ tartines, cakes, salads and, well, everything. So the fact that the PQ finally came to Amsterdam has made me very, very happy! If you’re looking for a cute place to meet a friend for a cappuccino, or bring your kids for a scrumptious weekend breakfast, then this is the place for you. There are highchairs available and my kids absolutely love the fact that they can indulge in the many jams, honey and different Belgian chocolate spreads on the table (and so do I)!

Pain Quotidien

Cornelis Troostplein 4hs
1072 JK Amsterdam
Tel: 020 – 675 05 06

Open: mon-sun 09:00-17:00

or:

Johannes Verhulststraat 104 (hoek Cornelis Schuytstraat)
1071 NL Amsterdam
Tel: 020 – 379 59 00

Open:
mon-fri 08:00-18:00
sat, sun 09:00-18:00


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April 8, 2011

[…] Emily Gray, the cute designer/owner of the newest Amsterdam kid’s label Gray Label. We met at Le Pain Quotidien, which is always a treat, but the fact that we could sit outside on the terrace in T-shirts made it […]


March 4, 2012

really like your blog! I agree with Le Pain Quotidien, it is one of my favorites; they are always very kind with my kid ! The food & service are excellent!


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