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Le Panier

Bakery, Dessert Shop, and Coffee Shop$$$$
Pike Place, Seattle
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  • Yas A.
    Yas AbJune 23
    Didn't have hope for this since it was located in a touristy area, but as a baker and a person who went to Paris: their almond croissant surpasses the ones in Paris. Amazing.
  • Carmen
    CarmenNovember 3, 2014
    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).
  • Tava L.
    Tava LaBornMay 15, 2013
    The Crudités sandwich is delicious, the macaroons are perfect and the croissant are nice and flaky. Sit in the window seat for prime people watching. And expect a touch of attitude when ordering.
  • Arminda G.
    Excellent French bakery, get any croissant and you'll be happy. Pair with coffee and get a great start to the day - it gets busy though, so be prepared to wait a bit and fight for a table!
  • Namitta S.
    Namitta ShankarJune 28, 2013
    Only ever had macaroons here & never been disappointed. Try-almond, pistachio, caramel, citron, hazelnut. All Excellent. Don't wait in the queue if you only want macaroons. Walk upto the glass case!
  • Ami K.
    Ami K-MJanuary 26
    Their croissants are heavenly. In fact don't only get one item, get two. Who knows when a pocket pastry stashed in your purse or jacket will come in handy. The almond chocolate was excellent!
  • Bite Squad
    Bite SquadMarch 26, 2014
    Croissants for your sweet and savory lovers! Near the market but not a tourist trap. Bite Squad delivers your favorite Seattle dishes. Use CHECKIN on bitesquad.com for $10 OFF!
  • SeattleMonorail
    SeattleMonorailAugust 17, 2011
    Delicious french pastries, sandwiches made with fresh bread, and great coffee. Located near Pike Place Market, just a few blocks from the Monorail's Westlake Center platform.
  • Carmen
    CarmenNovember 3, 2014
    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 :)
  • Trevin C.
    Trevin ChowAugust 23, 2011
    Read this review of the Brioche then order it yourself to decide if it's worthy of the 5 out of 5 spoon rating. Don't forget to add your own review in Chewsy! Read more
  • Eliot P.
    Eliot PardoSeptember 23, 2014
    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!!!
  • Jena M.
    Jena MarionApril 3, 2011
    Had the raspberry chocolate croissant, the chocolate bread, and the amandine - they were all incredible! Haven't had French food this good in a long time!
  • Aly
    AlyFebruary 25, 2011
    I come here for their meringues (pre-bagged and gorgeous) and their macarons. Of course I wish parking was easier, but this is the market we're talking about!
  • Hilda C.
    Hilda ChanApril 6, 2010
    Order a napoleon, a chocolate french macaroon, the pate sandwich and an americano, then eat it all in one sitting. Oh yes. And all of it rocked.
  • Kelly K.
    Kelly KDecember 30, 2012
    Excellent place for Pike Place Market atmosphere and people watching without the chaos! Everything is delicious and authentic. Try the macaroons!!
  • Jim
    JimNovember 13, 2012
    Pumpkin friand is really good, and the coffee wonderful. No tourists taking photos until you get up the street to Starbucks. :-)
  • Viv
    VivOctober 12, 2014
    The best croissants in Seattle! I like the plain, Pain au chocolat, & the A la Framboise. The Josephine is yummy too.
  • Danielle S.
    Danielle SmithDecember 26, 2010
    I always make the trip into Seattle for the bread selection at La Panier. It is worth the trip in order to get fresh bread!
  • Ella ..
    Ella .October 20, 2010
    Love their Feuilletés -- the Normandie (chicken in cream sauce) and Champignon (mushrooms in a cream sauce) were amazing
  • Mariko L.
    Mariko L.March 11, 2012
    Good coffee, delectable pastries (chocolate or almond croissants, palmiers, macarons!). Hello, addiction. Goodbye moderation.
  • Erica P.
    Erica P.April 27, 2013
    The Dauphinoise is amazing! Also the chocolate almond croissant (I can't remember the name) is to die for!
  • joanne v.
    joanne van niekerkJanuary 11, 2010
    the croissants are amazing. i'm addicted to the ham and cheese, but the potato & bacon was yummy too and so filling!
  • Aimee L.
    Aimee LMay 21, 2011
    You can't go wrong here. Don't mistake it for a tourist trap, it's the closest you can get to actual French bread
  • Tana B.
    Tana BabcockNovember 13, 2015
    Great little cafe in the market area. Amazing, fresh baked pastries. Smells so delicious inside!
  • Anisa G.
    Anisa GhadrshenasOctober 15, 2011
    the amandine/almond croissant is my fav baked good, although you really can't go wrong with anything here
  • Lu N.
    Lu NovaesDecember 22, 2015
    Perfect coffee and divine pastries. Excellent customer service.
  • Sarah N.
    Sarah NelsonJuly 16, 2013
    My go-to spot @ Pike Place. Stop here for an amazing baguette sandwich (+baked treat, +coffee), but come early- they sell out!
  • Elizabeth L.
    Elizabeth L.June 23, 2012
    Hazelnut macaron, amandine (almond pastry) are delish. Decent coffee as well. PPM-must.
  • Riley E.
    Riley EdmundsApril 14, 2013
    The Crudités Sandwich is my go-to quick lunch when in the Market. It never disappoints!
  • Daniel H.
    Daniel HeadrickApril 11, 2015
    The eclairs are the best thing here. The pain chocolat is next. The baguettes aren't that impressive/authentic.
  • Kate H.
    Kate HaileyMay 27, 2015
    Love this bakery for great croissant in Seattle. Can be a little pricey.
  • Dionne B.
    Dionne BaldwinJuly 6, 2013
    This bakery is mandatory when we come to Seattle. French pastries and sensational breads.
  • Rachel H.
    Rachel HartleyOctober 20, 2012
    Brioche loaf to go. Make French toast with it. Trust me, it'll be life-changing.
  • Jeffrey C.
    Jeffrey CampbellJuly 23, 2011
    On any day you choose to go, whether it be during tourist season or not - make sure you go beofre 11:00 am!!!! Read more
  • MacKintosh B.
    MacKintosh BarkerApril 1, 2012
    Try the vegetable and cheese sandwich. Best bread/cheese combo I've had in a while.
  • Alfredo B.
    Alfredo BiraldeFebruary 21, 2015
    Great coffee and amazing pastries get a croissant; classic and yet yummy
  • Marc E.
    Marc EMay 7, 2013
    Tom Douglas choice for Best Bread Bakery: For the perfect French baguette, Le Panier in the Pike Place Market.
  • John C.
    John CJanuary 15
    Get the amandine croissant, it's fresh, nutty, fluffy and lightly sweet
  • Frank C.
    Frank CostaJune 2, 2013
    The pastries and sandwiches are so good! Great for breakfast/brunch!
  • Sherry R.
    Sherry RenFebruary 1, 2015
    Lime eclair too sweet. Napoleon not bad but would prefer cream than custard.
  • Charles E.
    Charles E.August 30, 2015
    Pricy, crowded, and a long wait to get your coffee. Staff is friendly though.
  • Amy R.
    Amy RobertsonOctober 30, 2015
    Very flakey croissants in a pretty wide variety of flavors
  • Geetika G.
    Geetika GuptaDecember 29, 2014
    Absolutely delectable expresso and French Patisserie
  • MarChel
    MarChelApril 4, 2011
    My favorite place for a cappuccino and Pain au Chocolat. Have to bee sneaky to get a seat though.
  • Daniel M.
    Daniel MutchMarch 14, 2009
    Go to Le Panier at Pike Place and buy an Almadine. Suggested Pairing: Coffee from the Original Starbucks just down the road
  • Eggy
    EggyAugust 10, 2014
    Pain au chocolat, peach tart, and the best macaroons on planet earth!
  • Eppy T.
    Eppy ThatcherOctober 13, 2014
    Pretty busy during peak tourist hours. Worth the wait.
  • Derek P.
    Derek PunsalanAugust 8, 2014
    Grab a Brie or Pâté sandwich, any pastry, and coffee.
  • Christian A.
    Christian AnicieteMarch 24, 2012
    Palmiers. Macaroons. Croissants. Rhubarb tarts. Coffee. Don't miss out on a taste (and smell) of Paris.
  • Brian S.
    Brian SAugust 9, 2014
    The Amandine and the apricot croissant are amazing.
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