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Parisian-style French café

Tucked into the secluded Pied Bull Yard near Bloomsbury Square, and moments from the British Museum,
lies our Parisian-style Café Le Cordon Bleu.

Find us: Pied Bull Yard, 15 Bloomsbury Square, London, WC1A 2LS.
020 7400 3900
Opening times: Monday to Friday: 7:30am - 6:30pm | Saturday: 8.00am - 3.00pm

Every day our Café showcases a range of artisan breads, the finest French pâtisseries, viennoiseries, gourmet sandwiches as well as daily specials - which makes it the ideal place for breakfast, brunch or lunch.

Take away or eat-in: 30 seats inside the Café and 50 outside in the courtyard for al fresco dining.

Working alongside our creative Chefs, the Café creates the most exceptional array of culinary delights with a menu inspired by the changing seasons. Using only the finest ingredients, we offer a range of freshly made artisan breads baked on site, accompanied by a delicious and unique range of viennoiseries, entremets, salads and gourmet sandwiches. Lunchtime also offers a variety of warming soups and chef’s daily specials, all of which are made using traditional French techniques and seasonal ingredients.

Our viennoiserie and pâtisserie selection is among the best in London, with a variety of light and tempting croissants, pains au chocolat, pains aux raisins, macarons, cakes and tartelettes which make for the perfect partner to a comforting ground bean coffee, breakfast smoothie or a revitalising juice.

The boulangerie is open all day, serving the freshest artisan breads; including the classic French baguette, petits pains, sourdough bread and a 5 grain loaf.

At Café Le Cordon Bleu, we acknowledge that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and have introduced a range of porridge, freshly made baguettes with scrambled eggs and bacon or salmon and the traditional Pain Perdu.

The drinks menu includes a bespoke range of locally produced Camden Town Brewery ales and wines that have been carefully selected by our Wine Development Manager and Lecturer of our Diploma in Wine, Gastronomy and Management, which can be enjoyed with a lunch, such as a 'ham and Gruyère buckwheat crêpe' or with an evening appetiser.