They have some of the best sandwiches in the Market. And while you're there, pick up a really good loaf of bread.
It is a great place to try coconut cream pie, delicious sandwiches, pastries and salads. There is no GF options offered. I keep checking it from time to time, it is just not offered. The overall quality of food is 5 stars. I gave 4...More
Highly recommend a visit to Le Panier on any visit to Seattle. The smell in the bakery alone is intoxicating. The Amandines are incredible. Delightful breakfast spot!!
I read that this place has good French pastries and decided that the best test would be to eat their croissants. I had the chocolate one but was so underwhelmed. I love croissants so much that I could eat one a day every time I...More
A definite must at Pike Place. Some of the best pastries and desserts I've had outside of France - croissants and macaroons are delish!
We stop in here whenever we are visiting the Pike Place Market. The croissants are just to nourish us while we pick out other things. The French bread, the macarons, the sables --all are wonderful. The seating is pretty limited, high stools at high tables,...More
Even with Pike's Market across the street, and the original Starbuck's just down the block, this is a patisserie paradise. Real French goodies, including gen--u-ine French baguettes. Good coffee. Space is a little limited, so seating can be full during the day. A wonderful oasis...More
My friend and I like to try Macaroons wherever we travel and we tried them from several places in Seattle and these were by far the best! Very friendly staff and easy to get to!
This is a great spot for a fun breakfast. Food and coffee are very good. The croissants are superb, light and fluffy as they should be. It is a good place to people watch. I would gladly eat here again
I went to Le Panier coz of the reviews in Tripadvisor and coz I passed by when I visit the Market. There is always a line of people but it went quite fast. There is where to sit but is always full so u will...More