Patisserie Valerie, a London patisserie chain established in 1926 by Belgian lady, Madame Valerie, has come back with their winter menu! (Please note that I do not know if all the PV cafes/restaurants have the winter menu because I’ve only seen it at the one near Green Park station.)
Patisserie Valerie’s winter menu is an affordable dining option for any time of the day: 2 courses for £9.95 or 3 courses for £12.95. The menu has 5 main courses and 3 desserts to choose from. I went with the ones pictured in the poster: duck confit (with beans and scalloped potatoes) and creme brûlée (for those of you who don’t know, it is my favourite dessert). The duck was very tender and the creme brûlée was one of the best I’ve ever had! Both are of regular portions so there’s no need to worry that it’s too good to be true!
If you are planning to enjoy a winter meal at Patisserie Valerie, I would suggest that you block off one hour in your schedule (from ordering to paying).