Le Pain Quotidien will be taking its store count to 20 by the end of the month, after it announced plans to open two new outlets in central London. The coffee shop and bakery chain’s newest locations will open on Kendal Street and Wardour Street in London in February, serving shop-made Continental pastries, cakes and breakfast options and produced in Belgium to be baked-off in-store.

Le Pain Quotidien was established in the 1990s by chef Alain Coumont from Brussels and is led in the UK and France by managing director Jack Moran.