Top 5 Bakeries in Playa del Carmen for the Perfect Holiday Desserts

Top 5 Bakeries in Playa With winter holidays and celebrations right around the corner, we felt compelled to share our favorite spots to find the perfect desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth! So without further ado, here are our Top 5 Bakeries in Playa! Chez Céline Chez Céline is the first on our list of […] ... Continue Reading »
By: The KKIS Project  
on: December 16, 2021
Top 5 Bakeries in Playa del Carmen for the Perfect Holiday Desserts

Top 5 Bakeries in Playa

With winter holidays and celebrations right around the corner, we felt compelled to share our favorite spots to find the perfect desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth! So without further ado, here are our Top 5 Bakeries in Playa!

Top 5 Bakeries in Playa

Chez Céline

Chez Céline is the first on our list of Top 5 Bakeries in Playa del Carmen. Follow the smell of freshly baked bread and find our authentic French bakery on 5th avenue to find typical French products like Baguette bread, croissants, pastries, sandwiches, quiches, and salads. All their pastries are 100% homemade, using high-quality ingredients, and lots of love…!

Opening hours: Every day from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.

Must have: Their mini tarts, macarons, and eclairs are a true delight!

Location: 5th Avenue and 34th Street

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Das Brot Bakery

Das Brot Bakery, run by local Anja from Germany is next on our list of Top 5 Bakeries in Playa. Here you can find pastries and bread with her unique touch and hearty flavors. This bakery is a favorite among locals and truly a great find. Come here for some love from the oven especially in the early morning when smell of freshly baked bread comes wafting out of the oven!

Opening hours: Every day from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Must have: Their cinnamon buns are to die for!

Location: 8th street between 20th Avenue and 25th Avenue.

Top 5 Bakeries in Playa

La Brioche

La Brioche is a French-style café and restaurant, but it’s delicious French. Here you can enjoy a delicious breakfast and French pastries.

Opening hours: 7:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.

Must have: Their Christmas truffle log cannot be missed!

Location: 8th street between 20th Avenue and 25th Avenue.

Top 5 Bakeries in Playa

Panificación Castillo

This bakery has a large selection of typical Mexican bakery items but also a few more moist options. Prices are very good here and you can have several bakery items and a coffee for less than a coffee in Starbucks.

Opening hours: Every day from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.

Must have: Their traditional rosca is loved by locals and foreigners alike and higly anticipated every year.

Location: 10th Avenue between 38th Street and 40th

Top 5 Bakeries in Playa

Café Antoinette

This is another French-style café/bakery that serves up pastries. This is at the south of town on Calle 3 sur just by the Cozumel ferry Pier. So if you are in the area this place is a good place to stop.

All grocery stores have a bakery in Playa Del Carmen and surprisingly enough they all are about the same and make exactly the same things. Mexican bakeries are like this throughout the country. We will note that AKI supermarket is the one bakery we don’t recommend because they are so basic, small and don’t have very fresh things.

Opening hours: Every day from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.

Must have: Every Christmas they bake Speculoos cookies, which are traditional from northern France at Christmas and made with 5 spices (cinnamon, cloves, ginger, cardamom, and pepper).

Location:

SUCURSAL XPUHIL

Lunes a domingo de 7am a 11pm
Tel oficina: (998) 884 59 33
Tel restaurante: (998) 884 61 28
Calle Xpuhil, esquina con Av. Nichupte
Cancun, Q.Roo

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SUCURSAL PABELLON CUMBRES

Lunes a domingo de 7am a 10pm
Tel restaurante: (998) 882 13 29
Pabellón Cumbres, Av Luis Donaldo Colosio
Cancun, Q.Roo

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SUCURSAL TORRES

Lunes a domingo de 7am a 11pm
Tel restaurante: (998) 287 58 08
Av Cancún (Torres) esquina con Av kabah, fracc. Porto Bello,
Plaza The Village
Cancun, Q.Roo

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SUCURSAL MUELLE PLAYA DEL CARMEN

Lunes a domingo de 7am a 9pm
Tel restaurante: (984) 803 23 73
Frente muelle del ferry para ir a Cozumel
Playa del Carmen, Q.Roo

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