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Le Pain Quotidien
Posted by Jenny M on 01/03/2013
Quotidian tries to hard to be an upscale cafe on a street like Montague, have a newsflash nothing about this cafe phases me getting low quality pastries for vast prices. I could get the majority of this stuff in any diner on the block for cheaper & better quality.
Posted by heights resident on 12/04/2012
I don't know what has gotten into the heights area these days. This doesn't feel like a cafe felt like I was at an upscale res. experienced vast prices for coffee & bread that was unappetizing. couldn't even finish the coffee it was too cold wont be back.
Posted by Angie on 11/30/2012
Mediocre pastry and burnt coffee at very steep prices.
Posted by Dissatisfied customer on 11/16/2012
I was at Le Pain Quotidien around 6 p.m today and got some french rolls and a pastry to go. Now I'm home, I open up the bag, and it's all stale. The pastry is just stale but the rolls are beyond stale-- hard as a rock. I can't believe they sold this to me, that I paid for this and they keep stuff like this out. I live around the corner and will be going back tomorrow to complain but this shouldn't happen.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/19/2012
I second the review above this one. The pastry was pretty good and the coffee was pretty good and that's about all, but I paid ten dollars and could buy the same thing around the corner for four so I won't be going back.
Posted by BK Local on 09/12/2012
The place is workaday. Not bad coffee but not great. Wonderful, chichi looking pastries but actually fairly mediocre in taste. Their prices, however, are as if they can live up to their name and be a real Parisian patisserie / coffee house and they are not. So, in sum, just another coffee shop but incredibly overpriced. I understand the motivation. I'm sure the rent is astronomical, but I don't think they considered economies of scale. I don't think that location can sustain a shop like this that requires high volume sales even at the prices they are offering, which they won't get because of that overpricing. A store of that size in that location needs a business that can work at relatively low volume with actual high priced items. I don't wish them bad, but I for one will not be forking over seven dollars for a pedestrian danish.