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Le Pain Quotidien (Rittenhouse)

  • $
  • Bakery & Pastries, Belgian, Coffee & Tea, Sandwiches
  • 1425 Walnut St, Philadelphia 19102 39.949683 -75.165203
  • (Btwn 15th & S Broad St)
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  • (215) 751-0570
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User Ratings (Based on 6 reviews)

avg-come back to15
Food 4 Value 3
Service 3 Atmosphere 3_5

Other Restaurant Info

(215) 751-0570
Major Credit Cards
Mon-Fri: 7am-9pm Sat: 8am-9pm Sun: 8am-8pm
Breakfast, Dinner
Accepts Credit Cards, Catering, Lunch, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible

User Reviews

  • Le Pain Quotidien (Rittenhouse)

    Posted by Marianne on 2015-03-30

    Unique experience

    My husband and I really enjoy this eatery and look forward to it for our date night. The experience is laid back, the food is proudly prepared and delicious.

  • Le Pain Quotidien (Rittenhouse)

    Posted by Marcel on 2013-12-09

    Wonderful Lunch Spot

    I went there after getting the final post-surgery check-up nearby. I got one of the appetizers that came with a carafe of sangria and it was excellent. I can't wait to try something new next time I go!

  • Le Pain Quotidien (Rittenhouse)

    Posted by Barbara Ann R on 2012-07-06

    Loved it - with reservations about certain things

    I loved the food and the bread and the garnishes enough to buy the cookbook for an unconciously expensive $40.00- - but never found enough in it to use it - - before somebody "borrowed" it ---never to be seen again. Service is another matter - what shoul;

  • Le Pain Quotidien (Rittenhouse)

    Posted by JJ on 2012-03-13

    Bread is the best

    I love LPQ, and I totally disagree with previous reviewers. I am from Europe, and this is one of the few places where I can find good quality sandwiches in Phily. I hope there is going to be more locations of LPQ in the future.

  • Le Pain Quotidien (Rittenhouse)

    Posted by A former customer on 2011-07-25

    Why is this restaurant good in NY and not in Philly?

    I looked forward to LPQ's opening in Philly because I liked it in NY. I've been twice to it. The first time was already a sign - we got a wrong sandwich and had to wait for it for over 30 minutes or more... just ate what we got because we were hungry. And

  • Le Pain Quotidien (Rittenhouse)

    Posted by LD on 2011-06-28

    Poor service, inedible food

    I ordinarily tip at least 20%, and in two decades of dining out, I have never left less than 15%. Until this evening, at Le Pain Quotidien. Things started off OK--my party's initial drink orders arrived fairly promptly. Then our waiter disappeared for

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