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Le Pain Quotidien
Posted by Kevin D on 2012-09-20
This place rocks!
Posted by Katie on 2012-06-28
LPQ is a refreshing addition to the sandwich/salad chain options in NYC. Dishes like the quinoa salad make it feel nicer than the typical pax fare. You'll pay for it though -- add some tofu & avocado to your salad and you're looking at $18.
Posted by sara212 on 2012-03-26
i am a huge fan of LPQ but their mobile site for iphone sucks that's why I have to come here to get info about their menu.
Posted by Yannette on 2012-02-14
I never understand why this restaurant always has long lines. The food is mediocre and the prices are high. I think that people are fooled by the pretty design and artfully arranged loaves of bread behind the counter. Don't be. The coffee and hot chocolat
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-03-25
The food is generally good. Some locations are better than others as far as the vibe goes and restaurant layout. Out of the ones that I have been to my least favorite is the one on 53rd between Madison and 5th as the clientele is very annoying seemingly w
Posted by Patti Gill on 2009-10-21
This is such a great place to run in and get a quick, healthy, delicious breakfast, lunch, or dinner in a comfortable setting and be on your way . I like the ambiance in NYC.
Posted by Joseph on 2009-01-23
After running around on Fifth Avenue my 3 year old daughter and I stopped here in the late afternoon on a weekday. The staff was friendly and service was quick. The food was fresh and being familiar with Le Pain I was happy with my selections. The atmo
Posted by Ula on 2008-10-15
The croissant is definitely not worth its price - dry and not even close to a real french croissant.