Pain Quotidien-Yonge and Bloor
Walked by yesterday and looks legit (I haven't been to the Eglinton location but heard tons of bad reviews). Saw the usually tartines on the blackboard and the bread look delicous.
I will update with a proper review once I actually taste the stuff.
Anyone else been already?
I don't understand the $3.70 difference between 1 softboiled egg (with bread), and 2 softboiled eggs(with bread,with only 3 extra tiny slices)
I had breakfast at le pain today, and I'm just a little pissed off about this. $3.70 for an extra egg?...
The cappucinos are really good there, the bread is hit or miss...the tarts are good, the cookies are good, and they sell this belgian chocolate spread that is to die for.
Not worth it IMO. Just went there for lunch few days ago. 45$ for two people? I've been to south of France and Paris many times, this doesn't duplicate ANYTHING that you could get there. The bread isn't even that fresh.
Skip it and go next door to Crepes a GoGo instead.
A visit to Montreal isn't a bad idea if you want to enjoy excellent French-style baked goods and coffee and/or an authentic bistro lunch.
Ironically, if one were to take advantage of Coach Canada's $10 fare to Montreal one could indulge in my suggestions for not much more than the price of lunch at LPQ mentioned in the post above. And be served better quality food in a genuine francophone environment.
LPQ sounds to be founded on the McDonald's business model.