The atmosphere is sparkling clean, relaxing, bright, and cheerful. Service is excellent. As far as the food goes, everything we tried there was fantastic.
In addition to all of the usual beverages, they create magnificent "coolers" by blending together fresh tropical fruit, milk, and ice (using purefied water).
Each restaurant has a bakery sales area featuring breads, rolls, pastries, pies, and beautiful cakes for every occasion, including weddings. The dessert cart that is rolled by your table often during your visit is one of life's sweetest temptations.
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Diamond Bar, California
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From journal The Honeymoon We Never Had
February 28, 2006
From journal "Two Weeks in the Sun"
July 8, 2005
From journal Mazatlan 2005
June 8, 2004
The pastries were better than we expected after reading about how they weren't as sweet as American pastries are. The only problem was figuring out what each one was. They all looked delicious and were made that morning. We tried what turned out to be a fruit-filled doughnut that looked like a Long John. I am not exactly sure what kind of fruit was in it, but it was excellent. Then there was the little roll that had vanilla pudding on top for icing and sat in a red paper cup. We ended up stopping here our last evening to get several for our trip home.
We never did get to try the regular menu items. It always seemed that we had just eaten somewhere else prior to walking past the Panama. I guess that is for us to experience next year.
From journal Mazatlan May 2004
Los Gatos, California
January 14, 2004
From journal Magical Mazatlan
The breakfast is absolutely scrumptious! The plates are large with a lot of food. The breakfasts seem to be an American/Mexican combination. For instance, you can get an omelet that comes with chilequilles or scrambled eggs and ranch potatoes with napolitos (diced cactus) on the side. They have a very large selection of breakfast choices, so you will definitely be able to find something you like. Also, they display the food plates (with signs so that you know what they are on the menu) in the front entrance of the restaurant. Reminded me of Japan.
From journal Mazatlan-The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly
pleasantville, New York
August 10, 2003
From journal memories of mazatlan