Home > News > Le Pain Quotidien to launch in Leeds

Le Pain Quotidien to launch in Leeds

Belgian restaurant and boulangerie Le Pain Quotidien is delighted to be opening its doors in Leeds, with their ‘good food that does good’.
They will be located with the exciting new shopping development ‘Victoria Gate‘ which is set to deliver John Lewis’s first store in the city, capturing the heritage of the Victoria Quarter and offering a range of high quality and designer brands.
Launching in October 2016 the restaurant, will also include an organic wine bar located upstairs and a retail area downstairs offering fresh food and pastries to take away as well as a selection of signature jams, spreads and many more delicious pantry items.
Last year saw Le Pain Quotidien celebrate its 25th anniversary as well as launch its first UK site outside of London in Bicester Village. 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, frittatas 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.
lepain1
With its relaxed ambiance, Le Pain Quotidien provides the perfect destination for people to escape their hectic lifestyles or unwind after a shopping spree. Guests will be able to grab a chair at LPQ’s communal table, a centerpiece seen across all restaurants, while tucking into simple, elegant food, kept organic and sourced locally and seasonally whenever possible for its ever evolving menu.
LPQ will also be launching its popular baking classes in Leeds, which range from fresh artisan bread recipes to seasonal cakes and cookies.
To help you whilst you wait, get Le Pain Quotidien’s recipe for Gluten Free Banana Pancakes here.
Find out more about Le Pain Quotidien here.

Written by

Tara Harris

27/07/2016

Join our Foodie Community

Keep up to date with the latest news, reviews, foodie events and exclusive offers

By subscribing I agree to Yorkshire Food Guide’s T&Cs and Privacy Policy