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Dominique Ansel, famous for inventing the cronut, has opened a bistro (with bakery) in Covent Garden. No cronuts here, just lots of pastry and bread; the name comes from the rope treehouse that dominates the two-storey site.

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24 Floral Street, London, WC2E 8JD

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