Le Pain Quotidien - High St

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    ( 4 reviews )

4-5 High St, South West London, England, SW19 5DX

Serves meat, vegan options available. On Wimbledon High Street. International restaurant chain featuring fresh artisan bakery and communal table. Menu includes several vegetarian dishes, and a few vegan (vary by location). Open Mon-Thu 7:30am-7:00pm, Fri 7:30am-8:00pm, Sat-Sun 8:00am-8:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Western, Mediterranean, Beer/Wine, Bakery, Non-veg

4 Reviews

First Review by hokusai77

Nope - Edit

Whenever I go to one of these places, I always find it disappointing (including abroad!). The service is just the worst. I ordered a drink and cake in this particular location, although they had ran out of pretty much all cake, which is fine, so just opted for just the hot drink. Took about 30 mins to arrive (it wasn’t busy). Same happened at another one of these in central, gave up after about 25 mins of no one taking our order (it wasn’t that busy, either). Basically, I would just avoid. The vegan options aren't that groundbreaking. Go to The Ivy Cafe round the corner (great avo on toast for vegans or veggie breakfast, and about the same price) or Lu-Ma cafe down the road.

Updated from previous review on 2018-02-11

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Tasty but pricy - Edit

Loads of vegan options here. I ordered The Botanist brunch platter, which is vegan, and was very disappointed when it was brought out with butter. I told them off for it and they took it away. The food is great and of high quality but it's quite pricy.

Pros: Lots of vegan options

Cons: Expensive, Omni place so always check your food.

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Some Good Options - Edit

I like a Le Pain Quotidien. This one is nice inside as most of them are and it has some outside seating, albeit looking out onto a mini-roundabout.

There are some good veg*n options. The vegan detox bowl is a great breakfast option and for dinner there are options like chilli sin carne. Most recently I had the organic vegan pot au feu, which was healthy if a bit bland.

LPQs are a bit expensive, although the ingredients are organic.

Pretty good overall, but I wouldn't go out of my way to eat here.

Pros: Great breakfast options, Healthy and organic, Friendly staff

Cons: A bit expensive

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Simple and hearty vegan stews - Edit

I had a hearty lentil and vegetable stew, and nice hummus bruschetta made with their artisanal bread. Good choice also to get a vegan breakfast with soy milk, muesli, fresh bread and jams.

Pros: good food, friendly staff

Cons: limited vegan choices

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