The tiny, two-story Maison Bertaux is London’s oldest French patisserie (established, as its summer-sky-blue sign proclaims, in 1871). Don’t expect lightning-fast service, elbow room or fashionable confections: This is not a shrine to salted caramel, and last time we checked, there was nothing matcha on the menu. Do expect to be entertained — if only by the vintage magazines and the equally vintage chap behind the till.
Special Dishes: Cake
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