Calling all fans of New York-based La Pain Quotidien. The world-famous bakery group is planning to open a new outlet in Dublin.
With Ireland’s flagship store currently operating in Kildare Village, the new Le Pain Quotidien will be opened on the ground floor of One Molesworth Street.
The 232 square foot property will be converted into a shop and restaurant, sure to attract food lovers from all around the city.
It’s also expected that there will be a further two bakeries popping up around Dublin in the not-too-distant future, one of which is likely to be in Ranelagh.
The story of Le Pain Quotidien began in 1990, when a young chef in Brussels couldn’t find the right bread to serve in his restaurant. Deciding to make it himself, his signature loaves are the focal point of Le Pain Quotidien’s simple, wholesome cuisine.