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Japanese bakery featuring an eclectic menu of breads, sweets & other bites plus sidewalk seating.- Google
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2 months ago
This is a great Japanese bakery if you want to get a snack or a birthday cake for someone. My favorite dessert items are the green tea tiramisu and the strawberry shortcake. The prices are decent and the staff are really friendly. They also have bento boxes and Japanese snacks for purchase.
11 months ago
I really love the macaroons from Panya! They have a variety of flavor combinations but the Rose Creme and Matcha Chocolate are my favorites. It is the perfect balance and they are not too sweet. The macaroons are actually full, which lets you get the most bang for your buck in terms of macaroons; a lot of the ones i've had before had little to no filling.
2 years 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.
2 years 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.
Adam Van Grover
8 months ago
This is a nice Japanese café - specializing in pastries, cookies, sandwiches, noodles, and bento boxes. It's more of a grab and go - and pretty affordable for everyday snacking, lunching, etc. There is a little bit of seating, but don't count on it, and sometimes you need to wait a bit longer than you'd like for hot/freshly prepared stuff, but it's worth it. There is also a nice selection of teas, candies, beverages, and other assorted Japanese food-stuffs. • • •
This is a nice Japanese café - specializing in pastries, cookies, sandwiches, noodles, and bento boxes. It's more of a grab and go - and pretty affordable for everyday snacking, lunching, etc. There is a little bit of seating, but don't count on it, and sometimes you need to wait a bit longer than you'd like for hot/freshly prepared stuff, but it's worth it. There is also a nice selection of teas, candies, beverages, and other assorted Japanese food-stuffs.• • •
Minh T. Nguyen
a year 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.
a year ago
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
a year ago
Rude and nasty. I'll never come back. I came with a friend and they told us we couldn't have anything from the kitchen in the back because they close it early but don't post that anywhere that I saw. The girl who works there was really rude about it too. I'll never spend money here!