El Folklor Bakery in San Antonio (Photos, Menu, Reviews & Ratings)

El Folklor Bakery

Address: 2604 S Hackberry St, San Antonio, TX 78210

Phone: (210) 532-3767

Price: $

Menu: View Online

Rating: 4.4

Website: https://www.facebook.com/elfolklorbakeryrandolph/

What Time Does El Folklor Bakery Open?

Saturday,: 6AM to 8:30PM

Sunday,: 6AM to 8:30PM

Monday,: 6AM to 8:30PM

Tuesday,: 6AM to 8:30PM

Wednesday,: 6AM to 8:30PM

Thursday,: 6AM to 8:30PM

Friday,: 6AM to 8:30PM

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El Folklor Bakery Reviews

Karina Asher

El Folklor has long been on my list. I happened to drive past it and thought it as a perfect opportunity to try it! Prepare to be overwhelmed by options! Unlike a traditional panaderia where the employee behind the counter grabs the pan you want, you grab your own pair of tongs and load up a metal tray. It was already 4PM, and while a lot of the fresh pan was sold out, there was still plenty to choose from. Additionally, you can buy day old pan super cheap. Several pieces of pan and a hot coffee ran me under $10- can’t beat that!

Delilah Cortinas

The sweet bread is good, and you can buy a cup of coffee which I thought was neat. They have ready made cakes available for purchase. My only disappointment… I purchased tortillas thinking they were homemade, but unfortunately were not.

john “Oj” t

It’s a good place to buy pastries. They have several and multiple pastries are for your taste. I have chocolate glazed donuts donut holes strawberry lemonade donuts and pastries. They’re always fresh. They also have sodas and water bottles. You can buy them individually or a whole box full of your taste. Good pricing. Popular is popular.

Juliet Calooy

LOVE this panderia! The place is always clean and well kept. Many different varieties of sweet bread, donuts, cookies and cakes. Staff is always so friendly. If you’re in the area stop by and grab something sweet. I’d recommend a chocolate covered donut

Frances Haws

Walked in there’s a fly in the first display where the cupcakes are…so didn’t buy anything there…next display got 3 cookies and 2 slices of cake for $13. Not exactly a bargain but might go back another time to try the tortillas. Taste is good but cookies taste old.

Silver Sanchez

As soon as you walk in here you get hit with the smell of sweet bread! Friendly ladies took my order. They have an A rating from health department! I only wish they had a little more variety but what they do have is pure deliciousness!!!

Belen G

Come here relatively often. Always find what we are looking for but not always what I remember from my youth. We will keep coming back as long as they are around. I never get there in time for the breakfast items. Those sell out quick. Glad they are still in business.

Juan Antonio Gonzalez

Awesome place for Mexican sweet bread. Wow, sinfully delicious! They also have 4 leches cake!!! Yes, 4 leches not 3 leches which is also very very good. Want fresh flour tortillas, tamales, Mexican style coffee, mangonadas or a custom made cake? Then this is the place. They also serve coffee and milk to go with your sweet bread. This place has it all. They even have bacon and egg biscuits in the morning. The ladies behind the counter are very nice and will not rush you to make a selection. That’s good because I always have a hard time deciding what I’m going to get. One more thing that makes this place over the top is that it has a drive thru. Great for when you are on the run.

booboo lerma

Delicious fresh baked cookies & all different kinds of sweet breads. I love this place ❤ for buying bake goods for parties & gatherings.

Karla Ramirez

Bad customer service leaves a bad taste in your mouth!
My mother is a very respectful woman so anyone employee being rude ro her is unheard of.
Bag was torn when my mom got in the drive thru, instead of my mom getting upset about this she just asked for a napkin and the employee at the drive thru scoffed and rolled her eyes.

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