Le Pain Quotidien - Saint-Lazare

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 4 reviews )

108 rue Saint Lazare, Paris, France, 75008

Serves meat, vegan options available. International restaurant chain featuring artisan bakery and communal table. Menu includes several ovo-lacto vegetarian dishes as well as vegan ones. This one is at the Hilton Paris Opera. Open Mon-Sun 7:00am-10:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Organic, Mediterranean, Take-out, Bakery, European, Non-veg

4 Reviews

First Review by Ricardo

Lovely food, small portions, big prices - Edit

It's a BIG chain, but the food is very tasty and fresh. Portions are pretty, but a bit small and the prices at the Paris branch are whopping.

Go if you must, but better to find a nice independent place...and there are lots.

They sell all their tableware, a cookery book and probably their chefs if you ask nicely. A bit of an over-commercial side that put us off a little.

Pros: Lovely presentation, Fresh and interesting food

Cons: Small portions and high prices, It's a chain, Too much selling of the LPQ look!

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excellent - Edit

Super resto, beaucoup de monde à partir de midi il y a la queue devant.
Jus detox, plat bio végétarien / vegan en fonction des saisons.

Je recommande.

Pros: personnel souriant

Cons: beaucoup de monde le midi

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Sympathique - Edit

Peu de choix végétalien (en particulier les desserts), mais ceux présents sont très bon !

Pros: Prix, Place, Localisation (peu de choix aux alentours)

Cons: Choix

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Just like the other branches - Edit

If you have already been to Le Pain Quotidien, this branch is no different from the others.
It's located just a couple of minutes from the station, on Saint Lazare's street, next to the main entrance of the Hilton Hotel.

Vegan plates and desserts (I love the Crunola Parfait) are marked with the carrot sign (beware, in the 2016 summer menu they've mistakenly marked a plate containing parmesan as vegan).
Suitable vegan choices are plenty: porridge, soup, salad, tartines, muffins, juices. Soy milk can be requested for the coffee.
Also, a vegan brunch comprising some of the dishes above is always available; and I think it could be shared by two.

Some things are tasty (porridge, muffins, crunola); and other are just alright. But hey, around Saint Lazare station there is, at this moment, absolutely nothing else for vegans, so this is a good spot if you find yourself there and are in need of something to eat.
And, it's open during most of the day.

One last thing, sometimes, when you get bread, they might bring you butter separately; or, they might bring you some spreads which contain dairy; so, if you're vegan, please double check.

Pros: marked vegan plates, no terrace -> fully no smoking, opening hours

Cons: same menu for a long time, food could be more interesting, could have more vegan desserts

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