Le Pain Quotidien Fulham Road

Belgian restaurant and boulangerie Le Pain Quotidien opened its 25th restaurant at the beginning of August in Chelsea, joining its established sister restaurant on the King’s Road. Located almost opposite the Chelsea & Westminster Hospital on the Fulham Road, it offers around 85 covers and includes a basement area which can be used for private hire, baking classes and also late night jazz gigs as a nod to the musical heritage of the area. It also has an outside area and a few seats at the bar. It comes as LPQ celebrates its 25th birthday this year.

The menu runs as in other restaurants but the evening vibe is different to cater for the number of young families and couples in the area. There are more sharing boards, charcuterie and smaller plates, with a cocktail menu and draft beers – not seen at any other site.

Highlights from the evening menu include the great choice of organic wine and beer…


The delicious charcuterie board…


Tasty meats including Cobble Lane Chilli & Oregano Salami, Cobble Lane Fennel Salami, Coppa and Prosciutto…


The fragrant Moroccan Spice Lamb Meatballs…


The authnetic Grilled Merguez Toast served with sweet sticky sauteed onions…


The Crevettes which are juicy succulent prawns served with finely chopped herbs and lemon wedges…


The Avocado Toast which is sprinkled with mixed seeds for an added nutty dimension…


The warm melt-in-the-middle Fondant au Chocolat…


Finally, the Pavlova with fresh berries and softly whipped cream. A favourite dessert amongst the staff at SLOAN! magazine.


Le Pain Quotidien, prides itself on its array of fresh breads and pastries and its commitment to serving up daily plates of the freshest salads, tartines, fritattas and seasonal hot dishes. Both carnivores and vegans flock to their restaurants to enjoy the freshest, healthiest plates you can find on the high street. Alain Coumant, founder of Le Pain Quotidien, passionately believes that community is what nurtures, inspires and feeds the soul. LPQ’s first communal table on Rue Dansaert in Brussels was built from wood salvaged from the floors of retired Belgian trains. Those simple planks became a tradition. Today, the communal tables you find in every branch have become a centrepiece.

Le Pain Quotidien Fulham Road is open Monday through Friday 6:30 – 23:00, Saturday 8:00 – 23:00 and Sunday & Bank Holidays: 8:00 – 20:00

Le Pain Quotidien
212 Fulham Road, London, SW10 9PJ
0203 823 4510

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