From Our Editors
First opened 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 a 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.
We went to the Patisserie Valerie at Fort Kinnaird. Service was terrible. The girl who brought the cake stand over just placed it on the table and walked away. She did not tell us what was on the sandwiches, cakes etc. Plus the cream for the scones was in a cup rather than a proper bowl. She then never came near us until we were nearly finished. We had attempted to speak to another staff member at one point to find out what the cakes were. All in all not a good experience at PV Fort Kinnaird
I do love a bargain. And i like e Patisserie VaerieIt was a very good deal.
Lovely atmosphere and very friendly and helpful staff.
Lovely food and efficient service
Very good value for money. The food is excellent and the staff were very polite.
Great service, great afternoon tea, really enjoyed our visit
Gorgeous food, well presented, served by friendly, helpful, staff. We've visited different VP's in Edinburgh and always enjoy our experience. From breakfast to afternoon tea we have never found fault.
Wonderful afternoon tea, everything was delicious. Especially liked the 4 pots of jam that accompanied our little scones. And free refills of latte was an unexpected additional treat. Will be back soon.