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10 February 2012

Eat at Maison Bertaux

Founded in 1871 by Parisian communard refugees, Maison Bertaux on Greek Street in Soho was one of the first French patisseries in London, and bills itself as London’s oldest (and best) patisserie.

Known for its cakes, croissants and pastries, baked daily on the premises and served with freshly brewed tea and coffee, it's understandably a little more expensive than your local Greggs, but is worth it for an authentic Soho experience.

For more, see http://www.maisonbertaux.com/


  1. Hmmm definitely sounds worth a vist, whenever it is that I go to my sister's favourite country.

  2. That place is fabulous. And the cakes/treats are adorable!