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Madeleine Bakery and Bistro

This charming Regent Square cafe serves French pastries in a beautiful space with floor-to-ceiling windows, tiled floors, and plenty of French music - basically, our dream apartment if we decided to reenact a dramatic quitting scene and move to the outskirts of Paris. The menu is made up of classics like croissants, baguettes, and cookies, as well as sandwiches, salads, and locally-roasted coffee. Madeleine also has daily specials, so we wouldn’t be surprised if you find an excuse to stop by multiple times during your trip.

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