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.
Cheshire oaks does not have a drink licence. As we had paid for prosecco we were offered an alternative so we opted for freshly squeezed orange juice which was delicious
Had better ! The hollindaise sauce was set, eggs not runny. Glad I didn’t pay fu
Have had many trips to PV for afternoon tea and always given 5* review. Sadly, on this occasion we were served by a rather ‘indifferent’ member of staff and we waited 25 minutes to get our food, despite having pre-booked.
However, as always , excellent food and very good value for money !
Cakes wasn’t nice could tell they was frozen have had loads better else were
Not bad value for money and a good way to sample smaller food
Excellent for the price. Good selection of cakes and top up of drinks. Service was very good as well.
unfortunately, no scones, and no mini cakes or tarts on afternoon tea. Basically tea, sandwich a cake from fridge!!!
The service at the Patisserie Valerie on Deansgate in Manchester was second to none. I've redeemed several vouchers there and have been so well looked after. The drinks selection is great and unlimited, and the afternoon tea was really lovely. A nice, casual experience. Would recommend.
Cakes are fabulous but the rest is just ok. Manchester could benefit from a makeover
I've has many afternoon teas in the Trafford area but for me this was the best. Also you have unlimited tea. We will be back for more.