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The Vintage Guide To London | December 17, 2017

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Maison Bertaux - London's oldest French patisserie

Maison Bertaux – London’s oldest French patisserie

Established in 1872, Maison Bertaux remains a Soho landmark and the go-to place for anyone with a sweet tooth.

The tiny deli and French patisserie sells some of the most scrumptious cakes and croissants in town.

A favourite with creatives like the late Alexander McQueen and The Mighty Boosh’s Noel Fielding (who exhibits in the upstairs art gallery), this is one of the nicest places in Central London to sip a latte and eat a strawberry gateaux.

Maison Bertaux
28 Greek Street
London, W1D 5DD

Nearest Tube: Leicester Square
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