Leon, From the church El Calvario, one block north, 10 yards west
Breakfast / Lunch
Vegetarian options / Take away
Sandwichs/Snacks / Coffee shop / Breakfast
French bread in León, Nicaragua. Buy some to take away or sit down for a while and enjoy one of our sandwiches or pastries with a cup of good Nicaraguan organic coffee or one of our home-made juices.
What is a French bakery without sandwiches? And what is a sandwich without good bread? We don’t know the answers, so of course we make sandwiches with our bread! With both local and French ingredients. Choose the bread you want your sandwich made with: 1/3 baguette, white or whole-wheat, or croissant and choose your ingredient or make a combination of for example: brie (French cheese), ham, tuna, home-made pesto with vegetables, chicken or cheese. All of our sandwiches are served with fresh vegetables!
Take a seat and eat your sandwich in our place or take it away to eat it where and whenever you want.
Even though Nicaragua is a coffee producing country, it’s not always easy to find a good cup of coffee. We’ve selected a quality coffee to go well with our quality products. Our coffee is being grown and processed at an ecological farm called Calamina, situated in the natural reserve Quiabuc-Las Brisas in the north of the department of León. The principal objective of the farm is environmental protection through reforestation and integrating its activities in the natural circle of life (permaculture). Calamina is growing fruit trees and cultivates coffee without using any chemical herbicides, insecticides or fertilizer.
Our coffee doesn’t only go well with our products, it’s also healthy for the land and people of Nicaragua! At Pan & Paz you can drink it hot, with or without milk, or as refreshing iced-coffee.
You don’t feel like coffee? Try one of our fresh natural juices. Both locals and foreigners tell us we have the best juice of León: pure juice with no or just a pinch of sugar added. Always made with fruits of the season like mango, dragon fruit, passion fruit, melon, carrot with orange etc. etc. We can go on and on, because the list of fruits you can find in Nicaragua is almost infinite….