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Le Pain Quotidien
Le Pain Quotidien Review
These bakeries are a popular brunch spot on weekend mornings. They have spread like wildfire throughout Europe, parts of the United States, and beyond with the same satisfying formula: hearty homemade soups, open-face sandwiches on farm-style bread, and bowls of café au lait, served at wooden tables (many of them communal) from 7:30 am to 7 pm.
- Address: rue Antoine Dansaert 16, Lower Town, Brussels, B1000 | Map It
- Phone: 02/502–2361
- Website: www.lepainquotidien.be
- Metro Metro: De Brouckere. Tram: Bourse, or 92, 94 for Sablon.
- Location: Lower Town
- Reservations not accepted.
- No credit cards.
- rue des Sablons 11, Upper Town, Brussels, B1000, 02/513–5154
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