Le Panier, created by Hubert Loevenbruck, opened its doors in 1983. Pike Place Market was the perfect location to share the authentic style of classic boulangerie and patisserie with Seattle. The aroma of fresh-baked bread has delighted our neighborhood for over 25 years.
Great little cafe in the market area. Amazing, fresh baked pastries. Smells so delicious inside!
Very flakey croissants in a pretty wide variety of flavors
Pastries, cofee, good service
Get a macaron! You won't regret it.
Take two macaroons, with coffee, and thank me in the morning.
I'm always a fan of their macarons and their chocolate croissants
Pricy, crowded, and a long wait to get your coffee. Staff is friendly though.
Croissants, coffee and macrons are all delicious!
Love this bakery for great croissant in Seattle. Can be a little pricey.
Macarons and almond croissants
The eclairs are the best thing here. The pain chocolat is next. The baguettes aren't that impressive/authentic.
Great pastries. Tourist are rude though
Almond croissant, macaroons and an americano. Lovely.
Macaroons and meringues
I love the macaroons and the meringues!!! So delicious!!!😊😊😊😊
Napoleon is heavenly! Best ever!
Napoleon is heavenly!
Just order whatever, it'll be good.
Great coffee and amazing pastries get a croissant; classic and yet yummy
Baked goods, croissant, macarons, pastries, coffee
The almond croissant, the flavored latte's and the staff!
Lime eclair too sweet. Napoleon not bad but would prefer cream than custard.
Absolutely delectable expresso and French Patisserie
Find it a bit oily but good to stop by when you visit pike.
The small latte was so perfect and that demi baguette? WHOA
Chocolate croissant. Do it. Doooooooo it.
The only thing I didnt like: they put my eclair and crosissants inlittle paper bags, and as a result they got damaged on the way home. I know, I should drive more carefully :)
The Campagne bread tastes very good and is healthier than the baguette. I also tried theraspberry and apricot croissants -- very good, and the mushroom tarte (will take more of those to-go next time).
Pretty busy during peak tourist hours. Worth the wait.
The best croissants in Seattle! I like the plain, Pain au chocolat, & the A la Framboise. The Josephine is yummy too.
Mushroom tart was unbelievable, marion berry tart was friggin' delicious, but when I ate the passion fruit macaron I just had to exclaim FU€K!!!
Everything I eat here leaves me comforted.
Sandwiches, croissants, pastries, and coffee.
Everything. It tastes and smells just like France.
Macaroons & iced latte
Croissants are to die for
Love! love! love! the amandine (almond croissant that has almond paste)
Croissants and great coffee.
My favorite Seattle place for macaroons
Pain au chocolat, peach tart, and the best macaroons on planet earth!
The Amandine and the apricot croissant are amazing.
Grab a Brie or Pâté sandwich, any pastry, and coffee.
Their French macaroons...OMG!
Beautiful European pastries.
Yummy croissants filled with house made jams
The croissants here are better than in France