This is an absolute visit! Great food and fantastic ambience! Having moved to opposite the school, it's easy to find. Friendly staff and nice selection on menu! Quiche scores a 11!
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Having been big fans of Ill de Pain this was our third trip to Mon petit Pain and were disappointed with our food. I ordered my usual favourite the toasted ham and cheese and instead of finding my flavour laden toastie I was served a...More
Hello Sandra, we're so very sorry that you did not have a great experience with us. We would love for you to come back for another try. Please forward us your details on firstname.lastname@example.org and we can then arrange for a complimentary lunch for your...More
This is a must especially for breakfast. They have a huge selection of breads A very popular place to eat expect to queue at certain times
Thank you so much for your positive feedback. Very much appreciated. Hope to welcome you back soon.
Being the little sister to the now fire-destroyed Ile de Pain, Mon Petit Pain in its new premises not far from the old, proved to be just okay. It's housed in a spruced up house near the Waterfront, but once inside there was no one...More
Mon Petit Pain can certainly be considered as one of the landmarks in Knysna. It is a must-visit restaurant for tourists and locals. Situated a stone's throw from the Knysna Waterfront, this cozy restaurant offers plenty of parking, inside seating as well as seating on...More
We had a lovely Lunch at Mon Petit Pain .The Hamburgers was so tasty and well presented. The patties was very tasty and cooked as we asked for .The service was great
Arrived in the morning to a rather quiet café. We sat down at a table outside without being greeted by any staff. After waiting for menu's for approx. 10 minutes we got up, only to be told to place our order at the front counter....More
I love the coffee & the food but I really dislike their method of taking your name when you order then trying to find you when your order is ready - just me perhaps!
This is the 'little sister' of Ile d Pain, which burnt down earlier this month. They make nice take-away sandwiches, and good coffee. But I was surprised that I could order anything for breakfast except fried eggs and bacon, the waitress not being able to...More