Panya Bakery

Bakery and Café$$$$
East Village, New York
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  • Anthony T.
    "Get the Japanese breakfast and then shout about how amazing it is"(11 Tips)
    ZZubin
    "Japanese pastries are delicious and unique."(3 Tips)
    Laura P.
    "White chocolate and Bacon macaron."(8 Tips)
    Becca M.
    "The spicy tuna bun is awesome- brings together two of my..."(3 Tips)
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  • ZZubin
    ZZubinJuly 10, 2015
    Japanese pastries are delicious and unique. Sweet and savory. Divinely buttered and lightly fried (?) This is the spicy curry which I believe has miso paste as a base.
    Upvoted 3 weeks ago
  • Eater
    EaterFebruary 25
    Little Tokyo’s premiere bakery undercuts Okonomi price-wise when it comes to breakfast. The premises are functional, and you’ll dine at tables and chairs provided amidst racks of groceries. Read more
  • Becca M.
    Becca McArthurApril 24, 2013
    The spicy tuna bun is awesome- brings together two of my all-time faves: pastry and spicy fish! Perfect for lunch on-the-go or as a snack while exploring the East Village.
  • Kathy I.
    Kathy IshizukaOctober 16, 2010
    Japanese breakfast, for sure. But great job on a straight-up egg sand., with potatoes, mixed in a veg of my choice (spinach) with a clump of freshly dressed greens. Around $3.
  • Orion
    OrionSeptember 6, 2012
    Little Asian cafe/bakery/mart. Chocolate croissant is pretty bomb and their breakfast food is tasty and affordable. Even got some nice outdoor seating too! (4 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more
  • Viv
    VivOctober 13, 2013
    Get the Japanese breakfast. Great value, variety and so tasty. You get a choice of whitefish or salmon. $10 at the time of writing.
  • Meir S.
    Meir SadanJuly 12, 2013
    Great place for a cheap lunch – get a bento box from the fridge and heat it in their microwave. You should also get some weird Japanese candy or pastry for dessert.
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceFebruary 9, 2011
    Try the yakisoba sandwich-encased inside a soft, squishy roll are noodles, pickled ginger, cooked napa cabbage, and bonito flakes, topped by some sort of dried herb.
  • etta y.
    etta yFebruary 12, 2012
    Had a karaage bento for lunch and spent the next 3 hours getting violently ill. Snooty service for a bakery. Offerings not exactly authentic or even very good.
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceJanuary 18, 2013
    Forget bagels - Panya offers a traditional bento-box style Japanese breakfast consisting of everything from miso soup to lightly seared salmon.
  • Aimee R.
    Aimee RakowskiMay 30, 2010
    so so glad this place is back and open for business! the chicken teriyaki sandwich was amazing, and i'm always a sucker for the green tea cream puffs. all their desserts are fantastic!
  • Harumi U.
    Harumi UDecember 1, 2014
    Great variety of baked goods but also have lots of lunch food types of food. You can find some of their goods at Sunrise Mart as well
  • Alex N.
    Alex NguyenJune 13, 2015
    soba is amazing cold or hot. lots of matcha pastries and other Japanese treats that are really cheap!!
  • Jinna P.
    Jinna PakNovember 3, 2013
    Get the ham&cheese croissant and Korokes and cheesesticks. Personally like the chai tea and tuna onigiri. I love everything about this place!
  • Chenyu
    ChenyuAugust 22, 2013
    Tuna with seaweed bun is awesome! (The tuna has no mayo or extra sauce) the bun/bread is quite thin !
  • Kelly K.
    Kelly KaiOctober 25, 2010
    They have kikkoman soy sauce packets to accompany your meal. Do you know how rare that is at take out places? Thankyou! I can enjoy my rice now!
  • Rachel S.
    Rachel SMarch 2, 2012
    Delicious curry bread! Better if it hasn't been sitting out too long. Also, the macarons (macaroons are a different thing) are quite nice.
  • Grace T.
    Grace ToyMay 29, 2010
    Grab a salmon onigiri or two for lunch, and the green tea cookies -- 6 for $2.50 -- for dessert! Yes, they're pricey, but worth it!
  • Maya R.
    Maya RNovember 30, 2014
    Japanese breakfast may be the best deal in the neighbourhood. Fish, rice, soup, salad plus more for a little over $10.
  • Jacob F.
    Jacob Ford3 weeks ago
    Half price on anything they make after 9pm. Finally you can actually experience what a 🍙 tastes like.
  • Christine W.
    Christine WongFebruary 25, 2015
    try the green tea an pan! :) it's a green tea bun with red bean paste inside, and is really delicious :) :)
  • Ashley A.
    Ashley ArgotiApril 12, 2012
    The pastries are excellent! Sweet, but not too sweet. The strawberry short cake and tiramisu are the bees knees.
  • I A.
    I AmosMarch 9, 2013
    The spicy tuna bun (the one with a sheet of nori on top) makes a highly portable and filling lunch. Perfect to pack for a flight or long train/bus ride.
  • Elisa L.
    Elisa LauDecember 26, 2012
    I come here often or their traditional Japanese breakfast and the coffee is pretty good too. Friendly staff.
  • Ina L.
    Ina LiFebruary 3, 2015
    Japanese breakfast with white fish or salmon all day for just 11 dollars. delicious and healthy
  • Chris L.
    Chris LoMarch 30, 2012
    The shrimp onigiri is the best money saving delicious morsel. Two of these can get you full. Yum.
  • William H.
    William HMay 30
    The financier was awful. Tasted like someone spilled soap into the chocolate. But at least they slice bread on request!
    Upvoted May 30
  • Emma B.
    Emma BApril 9, 2012
    Fun macarons (bacon, yuzu, cassis, green tea flavors), decent coffee, and awesome curry soba.
  • Tina L.
    Tina LApril 23, 2011
    Best place in the area to sit down and enjoy fresh breakfast on Saturday mornings before 9.
  • Christina T.
    Christina TorresJune 12, 2013
    Spicy curry pan & chocolate banana croissant are both amazing (just don't eat them together...)
  • Kristina W.
    Kristina WaltonOctober 30, 2010
    Definitely get the spicy curry pan, just hope they don't sell out, because it's amazing!!!
  • Sarah
    SarahNovember 13, 2014
    Get the American Breakfast. It's probably the best deal in town at just under $5. Portion size is decent and food is yummy.
  • Damien D.
    Damien DavisApril 30, 2014
    Just noticed they raised their prices... You'd think with the extra income they could at least learn to manage a queue. I'm quitting Panya today. Officially.
  • Omnominated O.
    Solid selection of Japanese foods and pastries. Grab a loaf of bread, too
  • Kim P.
    Kim PhạmMarch 27, 2015
    The $1.95 onigiri are ridiculously yummy and a great snack on the go! 🍙
  • lookytasty.com
    lookytasty.comMay 21, 2011
    The Japanese sweet potato pan is delicious! Green tea an pan is great too!
  • Jamila L.
    Jamila LoubrielNovember 22, 2013
    Crappy service. Placed a to go order an hour and a half before pick up time and I get there and still have to wait 15 minutes. Incompetent staff.
  • Billy Kuan-yin C.
    Just a normal street corner bakery with Japanese style pastry and fast foods.
  • Beverly C.
    Beverly ChengSeptember 4, 2013
    Different kinds of onigiri made daily! Perfect snack on the go.
  • Amanda
    AmandaSeptember 9, 2011
    Their donburi is tasty and generously-portioned. Try the pork shoga or oyakodon.
  • Lizzy S.
    Lizzy SaxeJune 4, 2015
    Discount pastries after 8! And they have great seaweed salad.
  • Masuko J.
    Masuko JoFebruary 25, 2011
    Don't try the raspberry almond cake! It's a sad cake :( but the melon pan (plain) is good! :)
  • Ventrice L.
    Ventrice LamAugust 21, 2014
    Great quality food at a cheap price. Plus, outdoor seating!
  • naveen
    naveenJuly 22, 2010
    get the shrimp yakitori. (you can even eat it cold). yum.
  • Fran W.
    Fran WuJuly 2, 2015
    Green tea cookies were good. Japanese breakfast was merely ok.
  • Chelle .
    Chelle 🗽February 12, 2011
    I heart the Japanese for stuffing the oddest shit in pastry. Spicy tuna bun w/ nori on top? U rock my world.
  • Emily P.
    Emily PohMarch 1, 2011
    definitely a good place for affordable and unique japanese pastries <3
  • Thomas Z.
    Thomas ZimmermanAugust 21, 2014
    Great Japanese pastries. Can't go wrong with their melonpan.
  • makia m.
    makia matzMay 21, 2011
    half off all sushi, bento & baked goods after 9pm
  • Chrysanthe T.
    Chrysanthe TenentesMarch 10, 2010
    The day-old pastries are a deal and still delicious
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