Granier (Costa del Este)

The first Panama review (of many)! Granier was the local bakery (only about a 5 minute walk from my cousin’s). It was a frequent stop during the week. I mean who doesn’t love fresh bakery items for breakfast?!

Ambiance/Atmosphere: This was a quick morning walk. And with weather in the 70s, it made for a beautiful morning walk as well. This smaller bakery has plenty of seating, both inside and out. You walk in and can immediately smell the fresh goods, with displays and line ups that will make it hard for you decide what to order. Staff were welcoming, and patient as you made your decision.

Drinks: They had a variety of coffees, espressos and other drinks. But to be honest, we had our coffee at home and only ordered the goods LOL.

Menu: I made the wise decision of only physically going there once, but the options seem endless! They had sweet and savory options as well as just bread! Each time we went, we decided to mix up the options. I can tell you everything we tried was delicious. There were regular croissants, pastries with chocolate, cheese filled, some with raisins, some with nuts. There was some savory ones with ham and cheese and a veggie cheese blend as well. Lastly, was the 12 grain blend loaf. It was delicious warm with some butter! Click here to see more!

Tips/Recommendations: They can get busy in the morning so go with an idea of what you want to help the process. They do have online ordering/delivery options as well. My favorite was the pastry chocolate rods. They were delicious, flaky and not too sweet. And always try something new every time you go.

Rating: 9/10
Recommend: YES

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