Pandor Artisan Bakery and Café
Address: 13124 Jamboree Rd, Irvine, CA 92602
Phone: (949) 535-0777
Menu: View Online
What Time Does Pandor Artisan Bakery and Café Open?
Saturday,: 7AM to 9PM
Sunday,: 7AM to 9PM
Monday,: 7AM to 8PM
Tuesday,: 7AM to 8PM
Wednesday,: 7AM to 8PM
Thursday,: 7AM to 8PM
Friday,: 7AM to 9PM
Pandor Artisan Bakery and Café Reviews
I go to Pandor for the laminated pastries. Croissants are great. Nice butter taste to each and everyone of them. They make great breads, tortes, macrons, tarts, danish, cake, gateaus, coffee, lattes and gelatos. I didnt try the cookies but they look yummy. Looking to treat yourself away from your routine coffee/breakfast then head over and give them a try. Seating inside and outside so don’t wait and go get your seat. Experience something new and exciting.
New coffee alert! Actually, chai latte. This is my new favorite spot to stop at during my late-night bike rides. It’s about halfway through my ride, and the perfect pick me up to hammer away at the Tustin foothills. Great coffee, food, and pastries. Pandor does it right!
Went to Pandor with a friend for a coffee and ended up getting a delicious little breakfast! Pandor has that Euro charm with a bunch of pastries and baked goods and even fresh bread to buy. I highly recommend their OMG Latte which is like a creme Brule latte. We had the ham and cheese/turkey and cheese croissants and they were delicious!!!
This place got crowded when we got there. You stand in line to order then go look for a seat if you want to dine there. They serve all types of breakfast foods, dessert, gelato and pastries. As well as beverages like coffee, teas, mimosas.
I got a basic chocolate croissant and honey lavender latte. The croissant was buttery but I wished the chocolate chips were more proportional and scattered evenly. The latte wasn’t bland and wasn’t sweet. It was perfect. I could taste the floralness and it got me jittery all day.
If only we had smell a vision or scratch and sniff The bakery smelt divine, I could have ate 1 of everything, so instead we bought a big variety of stuff to take home to the family and nibble on . They make a really nice oat milk latte☕. Sadly mum was missing her almond croissant
Nice place for a good cup of coffee or tea paired with a delightful pastry. Service was friendly and quick. Only got 4 stars because I felt a little rushed when trying to order and there was no line behind me. Overall I would come back.
Everything that I’ve tried so far was good!
Don’t forget to try specials by the cash register
The staff is rude.
When asked for separating 8 macaroons into 2 bags,
the person who was taking the order threw it on the counter to get another bag. When you are a staff there, you should know that would crack some of the macaroons, which cost 2.25 each without tax! Also after buying a drink, the staff never offered a cup, ice, or even to open it ( it was a bottled drink, which is not unsealable with bare hands). Moreover, when we were done paying, giving 15% though the service was terrible, the staff did not hand us the bag to us, and we had to reach for it (which was almost near the opposite side of the counter). And when we got the bag, we realised that the staff had not only cracked some macaroons slightly, but also had damaged the bag that had the macaroons in! I used to like this place, drive 5 miles to get here, but after this I simply cannot. I can’t help but to think that the staff was treating my family like this because of my race. Please go to the other pandors.
David Nguyen (ddnguyen9)
We went here with breakfast on Mother’s Day. We ordered the Bacon & Egg Sandwich, French Onion Soup and a crepe. We initally asked for the chicken and mushroom crepe and we were told they were out of chicken and mushroom. That’s fine. Kind of weird that we came at opening time and you guys already ran out of chicken and mushroom. Instead we ordered the Ratatouille and Feta Crepe.
We sit down and enjoy the beautiful morning. The Bacon & Egg Sandwich and French Onion soup come out. The sandwich was very tasty. The French onion soup was hot / luke warm. I didn’t think much of it as it was a cold morning and it probably just cooled down quickly.
We waited…. and waited… and waited… for the Ratatouille and Feta Crepe. I walked up to the counter and inquired about the crepe. They then tell me they are out of Ratatouille. Gee thanks, maybe you guys should have found us in the restaurant and let us know. I ordered the smoked salmon crepe instead. The waitress told me they will expedite the crepe. I stood at the counter waiting the lady cooking the crepes. She cooked a total of FOUR crepes before she even started cooking our crepe. The one that we were waiting for about 45 mins. I am sure these four other crepes were just placed. She took her sweet time too. No sense of urgently whatsoever.
We ended up requesting a refund as we’re going on close to an hour of waiting. They didn’t even seem to care about their lack of service. My wife didn’t get to eat breakfast. Thanks for ruining our Mother’s Day breakfast.
I’ve been wanting to keep this a secret because I love this place, but it’s too good not to share! I first came here thinking they were popular for breakfast, but I personally feel they are best known for their bread, aka all the sandwiches.
You can add a side salad of organic greens or skinny French fries for $1.50, but I’m usually full on just the half for lunch. The ones I’ve had so far have been solid options: Pesto Chicken Panini ($10.95) and Italian Panini ($10.95).
These include a choice of organic greens or fries with your selection! Turkey & Brie ($12) is a classic combo. Avocado, potato chips, mustard, mayonnaise, lightly dressed mixed greens and that ooey-gooey Brie all up in that baguette. Via Havana ($14.50) is served hot. Home roasted pork, cured ham, cornichons, jalapeños, swiss cheese, mustard, garlic mayo, caramelized onion on a baguette.
I always forget to take pictures of their display glass, but we almost never leave without a take out box. Boyfriend is obsessed with their chocolate mousse ($6.50) and I often take a random pick: Fruit tart (~$4.00), Napoleon, Cronut. The custard or whipped cream parts were lightly sweetened and more cream flavored rather than milky when compared to Korean pastries. I know, I know..French pastries are different. I still have the carrot cake pinned as a top priority to try, but there are literally so many options. So easily distracted!
I would say we come here at least once a month, sometimes bi-weekly if/when that chocolate craving hits. Food is consistently good and level of rush times comes in waves, but service has always been speedy.