Le Pain Quotidien

Le Pain Quotidien (Shiba Koen, Tokyo) – Daily Bread Before Temples

Le Pain Quotidien is Shibakoen is a unique breakfast spot in Tokyo since it opens early (7:30) and is nestled between cultural and sonic spots such as Shiba Park, Zojoji, Tokyo Tower, Daimon, and Hamarikyu. A great spot to enjoy an early breakfast or brunch before you set out for a fun day. Le Pain Quotidien, which originated in Brussels and Le Pain Quotidien, Shibakoen, Tokyo Breakfast Brunchtranslates to “The Daily Bread, ” does have made on the premises amazing bread. However, they also offer a diverse breakfast menu with eggs, yogurt, and cheeses. My kids favorite part of eating at Le Pain Quotidien is the chocolate and nut spreads that you can serve yourself and apply to your bread. Here is the updated English menu to wet your appetite.  Le Pain Quotidien Menue in English.

Le Pain Quotidien, ShibakoenLe Pain Quotidien, Shibakoen, Tokyo Breakfast Brunch

I highly recommend the Eggs Benedict, Farmers Plate, and Bread Basket. The serving sizes are normal for Japan – not too small and not too big. Expect to pay Le Pain Quotidien, Shibakoen, Tokyo Breakfast Brunchabout 2,000 yen per adult with food and drinks for breakfast. They also have catering if you are looking to have a company or home party.

The store opens early and offers a large covered patio far enough from curb side that it is child-friendly. However, only drinks and bread purchased in the bakery can be eaten outside. Restaurant orders are to Le Pain Quotidien, Shibakoen, Tokyo Breakfast Brunchbe eaten in the sitting area which is very rustic with wooden tables, views of the kitchen and green views from the large windows in the back.

Le Pain Quotidien, Shibakoen, Tokyo Breakfast BrunchLe Pain Quotidien, Shibakoen, Tokyo Details

Address: 3-3-1, Shibakoen, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Phone: 3-6430-4157
Business Hours: Mon-Sun: 7:30 – 22:00 (21:00 L.O.)
Access: 1 min walk from Onarimon Station (Exit A1) on the Mita Line, or 2 min walk from Shibakoen Station (Exit A1) on the Mita or Oedo Lines.
English Website: http://www.lepainquotidien.jp/en/store/shibakoen/#.V1IT5pN96T8


Le Pain Quotidien, Shibakoen


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  1. Aha! It used to be in Aoyama, good to know it’s still around. It’s my favourite restaurant chain in NYC!

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