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Japanese bakery featuring an eclectic menu of breads, sweets & other bites plus sidewalk seating.- Google
People talk about green tea tiramisu, strawberry shortcake, bento boxes, green tea cake and rice balls
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EXTREMELY RUDE!!! The moron behind the counter would not let me purchase my items because of a $10 Credit card minimum and my total was $9.95 and I had no cash, I told him to charge me the extra .05$ and he insisted I purchase another item.. never going back
Minh T. Nguyen
reviewed 7 months ago
Panya Bakery is this Japanese bakery with lots of different Japanese treats, bread, Bento boxes and a kitchen in the back that prepares hot or cold authentic Japanese noodles (Udon, Soba) and other entrees. The bakery has a few tables inside as well as half a dozen tables to sit outside as well. The prices are very cheap, and it's a good place to stop by for a quick, good lunch.
reviewed 12 months ago
Little Japanese bakery that is full of tasty snacks and baked goods and great coffee! Not only that, but there is hot food made in their kitchen as well. One of my favorite places to hang out in for a while.
reviewed 5 months ago
This place has a great selection of bread. It also sells a nice array of bento boxes and sushi. If you go after 9 pm, everything is half off, which is nice.
reviewed a month ago
Poor service! Over price ! Ordered a hot latte. But, it is not even warm...... Taste just like a milk... Go somewhere else for a drink!
reviewed a year ago
Panya has great bread. Go there and buy the Danish bread. It's like a loaf of bread made out of croissants and they will slice it to your liking. Panya also has hot foods and cold ones like onigiri ready to buy. I'd stay away from the glass counter. Sometimes I see little flies buzzing around in there.