Monday, November 8, 2010

Pan Chancho Bakery & Café – Kingston

If you can make it past the baked goods at the front of the restaurant you're doing well. This little gem has so many fun treats, tons of homemade breads, a daily rotation of breakfast scones, and a great lunch menu.

My husband and I made our way to the back where all the restaurant seating was. We weren't overly hungry so we decided to share a couple things.

First a sundried tomato pesto with toasted baguette crisps. And then the French tart, filled with chicken, leeks, double smoked bacon and Comté in herb pastry. A refreshing Belgian endive salad with grapes and toasted walnuts came along with it. Everything was very tasty.

We were only in and out of Kingston quickly, but I'm so glad we found this spot. If you're ever in that area, this is a great spot for breakfast, lunch, or even just a quick snack – both for eating-in, and taking-out. Restaurant prices range from $6 to $16.

44 Princess Street
Kingston, Ontario


The Benny's said...

I love that bakery! They make the best bread.

foodiePrints said...

Oh I know that bakery well. Meeting Jenn mid-degree at Queen's had me visit it often. :)

Anonymous said...

Originally a Kingstonian, but transplanted to Ottawa for are 2 additional spots that you might want to check out in Kingston:

The Iron Duke

Forno (on King Street)- great wood oven pizzas!

BTW, love your blog!