Restaurant original because one can not speak of French cuisine but of Indian food with insertions of French recipes. The setting is friendly, the staff pleasant.
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It's not amazing but a great respite from Indian delicacy. The continental fare is done well without overpowering flavors. The prices are not very expensive either.
Oh, this was a great place serving French cuisine. The ambiance was perfect and it served as the perferct place for Sunday breakfast. But that was before it shut down and over a year ago!
The food, tea, ambience, service is all simply lovely.. I felt that I was in switzerland with the fragrances of bread and the light colour wood.. its well located and cheered me up immediately when I was tired of walking around the Colaba area ...
Looks like it has been closed for a while now.Looks like it has been closed for a while now. Looks like it has been closed for a while now. Looks like it has been closed for a while now.
my kids favourite place for the goodies, chocolate croissants, mouuse, bread pudding, and cheesecake. also has regular snacks, but prefer the desserts
I am regular for breakfast to LPQ. Always a nice experience except on one occasion they slipped on b fast order. Egg Benedict and Akuri on toast- they do them well. Tea service is superb. Also crisssants are tasty.
to start with .. they have good bread ! french baguettes, sour dough, five grain etc. and they can do good toppings too .. what else a bread lover wants ! you can have these breads with olive oil, salt and pepper and you are...More
Lovely little place with great food. The sandwiches and eggs are delicious here. Its worth a visit if you havent been