Paul

 
 
ADDRESS
29 Bedford Street, Covent Garden, London WC2E 9ED
 
 
TELEPHONE
 
OPENING TIMES
Mon to Fri 7:30 - 21:00, Sat & Sun 9:00 - 20:00
 

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PaulBranches of this cool French cafe abound across the Channel, but this was the first one to open in London. Paul serves epic eclairs, excellent coffee and a fantastic array of tarts, cakes and pastries as well as serious sandwiches in elegant surroundings. With a selection of crepes and petit fours to sate every possible sugar-craving, Paul provides a taste of Paris in the heart of Covent Garden. The dark chocolate tart is pure, decadent bliss.

Take away available, plus a selection of breads and gateaux to buy. The preferred lunchtime destination of LondonTown.com staff...

 

Opening and closing times for Paul

Today (Saturday) Paul closes at 22.00

Monday:

7.00
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21.00
 
 

Tuesday:

7.00
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21.00
 
 

Wednesday:

7.00
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21.00
 
 

Thursday:

7.00
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21.00
 
 

Friday:

8.00
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22.00
 
 

Saturday:

8.00
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22.00
 
 

Sunday:

Closed
 
 

LondonTown.com - Paul Location Map

 
 
 
Underground Stations

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Covent Garden Tube Station
 
2 minutes walk
 
Leicester Square Tube Station
 
3 minutes walk
 
Railway Stations

Railway Stations

 
Charing Cross Railway Station
 
5 minutes walk
 
City Thameslink Station
 
18 minutes walk
 
 
Car Parks

Car Parks

 
St Martins Lane NCP
 
2 minutes walk
 
Upper St Martins Lane NCP
 
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    I Believe in Unicorns
    I Believe in Unicorns
    Theatre | Until 30th August 2015 

    Vaudeville Theatre 2 minutes walk from Paul

    Back at the Vaudeville Theatre following a successful run here last year, Michael Morpurgo's children's book about a little boy ...More

     
    The Importance Of Being Earnest
    The Importance Of Being Earnest
    Theatre | Until 7th November 2015 

    Vaudeville Theatre 2 minutes walk from Paul

    David Suchet, best known for his role as the precise Belgian detective Hercule Poirot, purses his lips as Lady Bracknell ...More

     
    Sylvie Guillem: Life In Progress
    Sylvie Guillem: Life In Progress
    Dance | Until 2nd August 2015 

    London Coliseum - English National Opera (ENO) 2 minutes walk from Paul

    Demand to see Sylvie Guillem's final performances at Sadler's Wells was so great that it has led to an extended ...More

     
    Impossible
    Impossible
    Theatre | Until 29th August 2015 

    Noel Coward Theatre 2 minutes walk from Paul

    A showcase of grand stage illusions, up-close magic, death-defying escapology and trickery, Impossible brings eight world-leading performers together live on-stage ...More

     
    American Idiot
    Theatre | Until 27th September 2015 

    Arts Theatre 3 minutes walk from Paul

    According to Daily Mail columnist Baz Bamigboye, 2011 X Factor finalist Amelia Lily will star in American Idiot ...More

    Hay Fever
    Hay Fever
    Theatre | Until 1st August 2015 

    Duke of York's Theatre 3 minutes walk from Paul

    The Good Life actress Felicity Kendal plays recently-retired matriarch Judith in the West End transfer of Theatre Royal Bath's acclaimed ...More

     
    Yinka Shonibare: Globe Head Ballerina
    Yinka Shonibare: Globe Head Ballerina
    Exhibitions | Until 19th June 2017 

    Royal Opera House 3 minutes walk from Paul

    A new piece of artwork by Yinka Shonibare will be displayed on the exterior of the Royal Opera House this ...More

     
    Royal Opera House Backstage Tours
    Tours | Until 31st December 2015 

    Royal Opera House 3 minutes walk from Paul

    Home to The Royal Ballet and The Royal Opera, the magnificent Royal Opera House opens its doors for unprecedented access ...More

    The Mentalists
    The Mentalists
    Theatre | Until 26th September 2015 

    Wyndham's Theatre 3 minutes walk from Paul

    Stephen Merchant makes his West End debut opposite Steffan Rhodri in Richard Bean's darkly comic two-hander about friends Ted and ...More

     
    The Prize for Illustration 2015: London Places & Spaces
    The Prize for Illustration 2015: London Places & Spaces
    Exhibitions | Until 6th September 2015 

    London Transport Museum 3 minutes walk from Paul

    Selected by a panel of judges from over 1,000 submissions, these 100 shortlisted entries by illustrators and students of illustration ...More

     
     
     
     
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