Good fresh coffee and fantastic French baked pastries every morning leaves you wishing you could eat more yet knowing you will return tomorrow!
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Ate breakfast here with my wife, shaded patio, fresh baked bread and pastries. Had a full egg, bacon, potatoes and toast breakfast. Wife had an omelet. Fresh fruit bowl. Great service. French establishment, multiple languages spoken. Definitely worth a visit. We will be back. Was...More
Thank you I hope to see you again with new seciality
Pancito is super convenient to Ojochal and the Costanera. The baked goods are fantastic. The lunch and breakfast are solid - nothing special, but they taste good and the prices are reasonable. We stop in a least once a week when we're in town...
We love Pancito. Fresh breads daily. You can get a nice breakfast, or a hearty lunch. We had burgers recently. They come with a homemade bun and grilled onions and fresh handmade French Fries. They have menus in English. It's convenient and just off the...More
We stumbled across this cafe whist staying at Villas Gaia. Beverages breakfast and lunch were available ~ it closes at 3pm but is open from 6am The staff ~ a family I believe~ were delightful and the food freshly made to order and delicious The...More
Thank you for your comment, we are glad you enjoy your time at Pancito Cafe. And we are happy for you that you have been able to enjoy the rest of your time in Costa Rica!! PURA VIDA!
Needed to email important info to a partner back home on a short deadline...this little diamond in the ruff saved our bacon....shade, wifi,and the best liquor based smoothies this side of paradice!!
We have had breakfast there and it was really good. Staff is friendly, food is good, location shady and near the highway 34 attractive. Will have breakfast there again for sure. Really good coffee, not the thin stuff they like to serve in this coffee-country...More
Thank you for you review we are glad you enjoyed your time at Pancito Cafe. See you soon for a coffee break. PURA VIDA!
The food is decent. If you're expecting wonderful European or American type pastries, you won't find those here. They are more typical of the pastries I had in Mexico: wonderful to look at, but rather bland.