15- 17 Exhibition Road, London, SW7 2HE
After our most excellent trip to the V&A we wandered down the road to find somewhere that had more tea and we chanced upon Le Pain Quotidien. This is a chain but we hadn’t come across it before. It had lots of good cakes and bread in the window which tempted us in and we stayed for tea, a meal and then desert.
The tea selection wasn’t that wide: breakfast, earl grey or fruit or herb teas. We picked breakfast tea and it came in bowls, which was a novelty for me and it tasted good in a bowl. We shared a platter of Italian meats and cheeses and lovely bread, then had fruit salad and the most decadently rich chocolate tart. I’d recommend it for an after V&A treat.
Leaf tea? Le Pain Quotidien brand teabag.
Milk jug? Yes.
Price? £2.50 each per pot.
Cake? Yes and deserts and tarts and breads and chocolate. Yum.
Go again? Yes.