Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Tokyo: Le Pain Quotidien




April 24, 2018

Visit Tokyo: Le Pain Quotidien

Le Pain Quotidien is a worldwide bakery / cafe chain that originated in Brussels, and has three locations in Tokyo.

We went to the Shibakoen location twice - once to dine in, and once to pick up baked goods. 

Le Pain Quotidien offers a tantalizing array of baked goods, both sweet and savory.  You can watch the freshly-baked goods being made through a huge glass window.

Since it was sakura season, they even offered a couple of seasonal treats.

Sakura Scone, Chocolate D'amand, Belgian Chocolate Scone, Pain aux Raisins


Cinnamon Roll

Sakura Scone

Ham & Cheese Croissant

Sesame Bread

Belgian Brownie

The Sakura Scone was really delish!  

One of the top sellers is the Flute, which is rolled in hazelnuts and raisins.
Kids Mac and Cheese

Classic Croque Monsieur

Ham & Gruyere Omelette

Mushroom Omelette
I had the Classic Croque Monsiuer, which came with a mesclun salad, three types of mustard, and roasted potatoes.  It was a hearty meal!

Kids meals come with orange juice, fruit, and cookies!

The breads are definitely a must-try, whether you like sweet or savory.

Le Pain Quotidien was a great place for breakfast, and the perfect spot for a baked treat!

Le Pain Quotidien
3-3-1 Shibakoen, Minato 105-8560
Tokyo Prefecture
+81 3-6430-4157

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