Patisserie Valerie Chiswick

318 Chiswick High Road , London, W4 5TA

1 reviews

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SquareMeal Review of Patisserie Valerie Chiswick

From bohemian beginnings in 1920s Soho, Patisserie Valerie’s unstoppable rise has seen the group grow to some 49 outlets & counting. The original Madame Valerie would doubtless be glad to see how far word has spread of her famous pastrywork (there are now branches in Cambridge, Leeds, Wolverhampton & beyond), though one suspects she might detect a dip in quality. Patisserie Valerie is good at recreating that all-important continental atmosphere (even in new builds), which makes it a pleasingly buzzy place for a croissant or brioche with morning coffee. Pastries & bigger breakfasts (eggs Benedict, full English et al) give way to casual lunches such as Greek salad, fishcakes or a tuna club melt, while the afternoon is best devoted to cream-filled gâteaux, sugary doughnuts & French tarts.

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Patisserie Valerie Chiswick is recommended for

Child Friendly | Breakfast | Brunch

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Chiswick Park Tube Station 388m

Chiswick Park Station 549m

Address

Address: 318 Chiswick High Road , London W4 5TA

Area: Chiswick

Opening times

Mon-Sun 7am-7pm (Sat -8pm)

Nearby Landmarks

Tabard Theatre 638m

Hogarth Roundabout 1km

Details

Telephone: 020 8995 6519

Website:

Cuisine: Cafes

4.0

Food & Drink: 6.0

Service: 2.0

Atmosphere: 3.0

Value: 6.0

Food & Drink: 3.0

Service: 1.0

Atmosphere: 1.0

Value: 3.0

James C. gold reviewer 22 March 2014

another rare patisserie in London.another valeries. predictable same stuff. rarely changing. Think service here rather frosty. How many more?