Panaderia castilla bayamon: Panaderia Y Reposteria Castilla — Bakery in Bayamon

Panaderia Y Reposteria Castilla — Bakery in Bayamon

17 Tips and reviews


  • sandwiches
  • spacious
  • great value
  • fancy
  • coffee
  • lively
  • trendy
  • quiet
  • good for groups
  • family-friendly
  • cozy
  • authentic
  • wine
  • healthy food
  • good for a quick meal
  • bread
  • floor to ceiling windows
  • meats
  • crowded
  • restrooms
  • (15 more)

  • All sandwiches are tasty, great atmosphere, clean bathrooms, spacious with floor to ceiling windows.

  • I love the bread 🍞 that they cook 👩‍🍳 they are very fast and

  • Great wine, sandwiches and service.

  • The cubano is the best sandwich

  • Pastrami sandwich is good

  • Nice coffee

  • El pan y el cafe fresco y rico Probe [email protected]@[email protected] que [email protected] parece sopa de salchichón y con salsa? Los dulces de mil hojas AÑEJOS si porque cambie uno y el otro estaba igual Sorry

  • Sandwich de pechuga de pollo!!! Cheo y Jerry los mejores!!! En el Cafe Jomar y Norberto. En el servicio Leo y Emmanuel. Tienen que ir por ahí. También prueben las empana sillas de atún guisado.

  • El sándwich de Jamón Ibérico Español con sólo Aceite de Oliva es como estar en Madrid!

  • Si eres del Baecelona ten cuidado con lo que digas del Real Madrid aquí. Ya que el dueño es del Real Madrid. Y prueba la tortilla española

  • todo es de primera calidad siempre

  • Prueben el sandwich cubano. BRUTAL.

  • Todo es bueno un poco caro

  • El pan es buenísimo.

  • Si gritas Hala Madrid al entrar te regalan una croqueta

  • Cubano con un pocillo!

  • Sandwich de croqueta de show

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