Though Le Pain started as a small bakery in Brussels in 1990, it’s since grown to become more than just a household name: the bread-based chain behemoth operates over 250 shops worldwide. Though the name alone might conjure the idea of standing in line to get a pastry, Le Pain Quotidien is actually available for catering now, which means no long lines for you. Except the one that your guests will create.
There’s a multitude of options when it comes to Le Pain’s catering game, so it shouldn’t be hard to work up a menu that works for everybody. Breakfast specialties, like smoked salmon boards and mini pastries? They got ‘em. Soups, salads, and sandwiches, like quinoa taboulé and grilled chicken & smoked mozzarella melts? Got those too. Beverages and desserts, like cold pressed juices and espresso walnut tarts? Better believe they’ve got those. Le Pain Quotidien are old pros at the catering game by now, so go ahead and book them for your next event.
Any of their tartines (open faced sandwiches): they’re what Le Pain is known for.