From Our Editors
First established in Soho in 1926, Patisserie Valerie follows artisanal baking traditions brought to London by Belgian-born Madam Valerie, whose mission was to introduce continental patisserie to the English. Now boasting over 120 venues nationwide, the company adorns its cafes with the 1950s-inspired decor and serves up an array of freshly-made cakes, craft pastries, breakfasts, lunches, coffees and loose-leaf teas. Their specialities include meticulously-crafted croissants and viennoiseries, as well as homemade Italian-style gelato.
It’s the best for me. I like the old tea room ambience and have recommended PV to many people, who have thanked me
I visited the Chiswick store, of all the patisserie Valerie I hav3 visited this is the best. Calming atmosphere, spacious, courteous staff who were also friendly. We not rushed to complete just left alone to enjoy. A very pleasant afternoon was had by all.
The afternoon tea should have included a glass of prosecco but as the restaurant we choose was not licensed we were not able to enjoy this part of the deal.
The food looked good and was tasty. The only down side was that it was warm and not hot. I definitely recommend it