Bakery-cafe chain Le Pain Quotidien got its start in Brussels, Belgium.
With 210 locations in 17 countries, Le Pain Quotidien is most certainly a sizeable restaurant chain, even as it keeps one foot turned away from looking or acting like it and one foot squared directly at corporate systems to facilitate further growth. Growth timeline • Le Pain Quotidien's expansion path Founded in 1990 in Brussels, Belgium, by chef and entrepreneur Alain Coumont, Le Pain Quotidien, which translates roughly from French to “daily bread,” is a ...
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