Updated: November 06, 2018
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Le Pain Quotidien, a Wonderful Bakery in Tokyo You Need to Try!

"Le Pain Quotidien" literally means daily bread. It is more than just a bakery, it's a nice place to come together with friends and family to have brunch, lunch, or a nice cup of coffee with some French pastries.

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Le Pain Quotidien

Le Pain Quotidien's trademark is their communal table at the center of their restaurants. They want to promote a place where people can gather and get away of the hectic demands of daily life, and just breathe and enjoy "traditional simplicity". Their breads are a combination of organic flour and simple ingredients, artisanal savoir-faire, and stone-lined hearths. What a delight to the senses!
The restaurant has a comfortable atmosphere because of its large window that let in plenty of natural light. You'll feel refreshed if you go there. It's a great place to have a great brunch.
They also have terrace seats surrounded by greenery. You can use them even in the winter because there are some warming devices that radiate heat to the tables.


Their menu includes delicious baked goods, as well as salads, and their famous tartines. You can also come for brunch and dinner (after 5 PM). If you're having a tartine, the smoked salmon and avocado tartine is particularly good! They have a menu in English so you'll know exactly what you're ordering even if you don't read Japanese. Their Weekend Specials are quite the feast. For ¥2,190 for instance, you can get the Butcher's Bruch which includes a croissant or chocolate bread, ham, roast beef, Gruyere cheese, mini granola parfait with seasonal fruits, soft-boiled egg, organic bread, organic coffee or tea and orange juice.

Sweets Menu

If you have a sweet tooth, you'll be delighted by their choices! For pastries, they have croissants, pain au chocolats, almond croissants, etc. You can also have a selection of their breads, and it comes with their awesome jams and chocolate spreads!!
They also have beautiful desserts, such as fruit tarts!

Drink Menu

Apart from coffee, matcha latte, etc., they also have great lemonades. The mint lemonade and the raspberry lemonade are both refreshing and delicious. They have cold pressed juices and beer as well!


They have a few locations around Tokyo: in Midtown, in Tokyo Opera City, in Shibakoen, and in Akasaka!
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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