Yes, if it’s 29th September, it must be National Coffee Day, and we’re celebrating by offering you any take away coffee for just £1.00.Read More
Late September brings a new selection of delicious sweet and savoury food to our shops to cheer you through the colder months. Old favourites have returned, along with very special seasonal guests and some exciting new bread varieties, so come in and see what’s new at PAUL. We’ve highlighted a few here, or to see more, choose ‘New’ from the drop-down menu on Our Food Range. Bon Appétit.Read More
If you cannot get to France for the afternoon, you will feel like you have been when you try our PAUL’s Afternoon Tea. This is a great time to come and see how we measure up to the great English classic. We serve Afternoon Tea daily from 2.30pm – 5.30pm at our Covent Garden and Tower 42 restaurants.
8th – 14th August is Afternoon Tea Week, and if you book online to have Afternoon Tea with us at Le Restaurant de PAUL, you will receive a complimentary box of Mini Macaroons to take away and continue the experience with friends or family at home or in the officeRead More
Not just new sandwiches, a new soft white bread too
We have introduced five new sandwiches and two new salads for summer, and two of the sandwiches are served in a bread that is new to our sandwich family, a soft white Viennoise bread. The weather may be unpredictable, but you can rely on the quality and freshness of all the sandwiches and salads that we freshly make every day in our shops. Find out more here.Read More
Has the Great British Summer finally put in an appearance this week? However long it’s here for, we have perfect ‘pique-niques’ and freshing frappés to help you make the most of this lovely weather.Read More
OK, so we lost the European cup final, but there is much to celebrate at PAUL this week on our Fête Nationale, Bastille Day, commemorating the symbolic storming of the infamous Bastille fortress in 1789, 100 years before PAUL was founded in 1889. Naturellement, we plan to mark the occasion by giving our UK customers free goodies when they show us they can be un petit peu Français.Read More
It’s a jour de fête for us today as we celebrate the launch of our new website. Our founder, Charlemagne Mayot, would no doubt recognise the style of breads and baguettes that he used to bake when he and his wife opened their bakery in rue de la Mackellerie in Croix near Lille in 1889.
Five generations later, we know there is no better way of making bread than by hand every day, using the traditional methods and savoire-faire passed down through our family.
But when it comes to making our customers’ lives easier, our methods are right up to date.Read More