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Member Reviews (8)
- Maison BertauxMember ofLuxury TravelersTrendstersOct 10, 2013
Round the corner is Maison Bertaux for something sweet, a whisky and a coffee. Find yourself a rickety seat in London’s oldest patisserie then don’t move for an hour. It’s the Café de Flore of London and perfect for people watching. Observe the social fleurve of the city from each end of the spectrum as they embellish the main thoroughfare in the heart of Soho. Drown your irises in a sea of original old Beatles 12-inches and black and white photographs that stack up beside the mirrored bar.
- Maison BertauxMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Feb 21, 2013
The best of Britain and France together. French pastries (and scones, if you want to go full British) and tea make this charming cafe in the middle of Soho a fabulous stop for an afternoon bite. Order at the counter (no menu, just point at what looks good), which looks like it was designed by your French antique-loving quirky aunt.
- Maison BertauxMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersJul 05, 2012
I used to come here more when there was a little boutique in the basement, but I still like to visit this tea parlor and pastry shop in Soho. The cutesy interior is offset with photos of famously offbeat patrons like Noel Fielding.
- Maison BertauxFirst to ReviewJul 04, 2012
Great French patisserie in Soho. Everyone normally goes to Patisserie Valerie but this place is better - perhaps there is a little less choice, but you get a better crowd, and it feels properly French. I once saw Adam Ant scoffing there.