Patisserie Valerie (London) Reviews
Description:Chain Patisserie in London located in Old Compton Street, London, W1 / Brompton Road, London, SW7 / RIBA, Upper Regent ... more
Newest Review: ... branch is located on Barkers Pool, which is smack bang in the middle of the city centre, close to the City Hall, and the Early Learning Centre. I don't think they could have found a more prominent location! The opening times are 7.30am - 8pm on weekdays, and 8am - 8pm Saturdays, 10am - 6pm Sundays. I was surprised that they stayed open so late, as this is unusual for a little cafe, but it ... more
Customer Patisserie Valerie (London) Reviews (6)
by - written on 20/03/12 (Useful, 28 readings)
I hadn't previously heard of the Patisserie Valerie chain, so when the new cafe opened up in Sheffield, I really didn't know what to expect. It certainly looked inviting from the outside, and it had a kind of vintage look about the place, so I found it very appealing. They have some gorgeous looking cakes and pastries displayed in the window to entice customers. The branch is located on Barkers Pool, which is smack bang in the middle of the city centre, close to the City Hall, and the Early Learning Centre. I don't think they could have found a more prominent location! The opening times are 7.30am - 8pm on weekdays, and 8am - 8pm Saturdays, 10am - 6pm ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/08 (Useful, 167 readings)
The paradise for those who love Sweets and tradicional french patisserie! I and lucky enough to live in right in front of one of them and i am sitting here now just looking at their window!! I go there everyday and get croissants that by the way is the bestr croissant i have ever had in my life! Its fresh, huge and crunchy! and everytime i go there to get the croissant they give some jam! Of course i get the croissant to take away but the staff are so friendly that they always ask if i want some of that little containers of jam! and of course i do!! They do the best sstrwberry chesse cake on earth! and the thing that gets my attention to them is that they pay ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/09/08 (Very useful, 53 readings)
Valeries Patisserie- Old Compton Street London. I had never heard of it until a year ago- My boyfriend used to work in london and used Valeries frequently and was always raving about how good it was! So on a weekend in london I was taken to the much talked about Valeries! It was a small shop- but my god- it was full of things that i could old describe as sweet smellying and a treat for the eyes- of which i could only imagin would be as much of a treat for you taste buds! There a chocolates to die for0, truffles and creams, all different types- darks one, white ones, soft ones, hard ones and creamy ones! And then.... There are the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/09/08 (Useful, 61 readings)
After walking past a Patisserie Valeriein Kensington on many occasions i decided i had to try the delicious pastries and cakes displayed in the window. They sell a big range of cakes and pastries ranging from croissant, brioche, muffins and chocolate eclairs to pecan & walnut tart, custard filled raspberry tartlets, orange cheesecake and mousse au chocolat. These range in price from £2 for a croissant to £4 for a raspberry tarlet- not cheap but then you get what you pay for. In some branches you can also buy home made ice cream- i can`t remember the prices exactly but its about £3 for 2 scoops- flavours include mint, almond, cookies and chocolate. ... Read the complete review
by Mei Wang - written on 25/03/08
Have been visiting the Pattiserrie Valerie branches for years but in the last two years have found their service poor and not in keeping with the reputation this chain commands. Friends and family have been made to wait more than half an hour for service and last Sat, after waiting for 1/2 an hour myself with guests from out of town, left because the waitress could not be bothered to take our order. She was only concerned with the fact it was half and hour from closing time. This was experienced at most of the branches. Punters should know there are better places to spend their money, no matter how nice their cakes and food are.
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