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I came and grabbed some things to go for the family since we had a morning flight to catch. For around $10 US, I got 4 pastries (croissant, pain au chocolat, cinnamon roll, raisin pastry), 2 ham and cheese baguette sandwiches and a fresh passionfruit-papaya...juice. I can't even get a fresh juice and 1 pastry for $10 at home! The pastries were all very good and fresh, croissant had a nice flakey texture. Pain au chocolate had a good amount of chocolate. My kids enjoyed the baguette sandwiches and said that the bread was very good. They didn't even let me have a bite. She pressed the juice for me while I waited. It's a small shop with a few small tables. I enjoyed everything we had, and I would definitely recommend coming here for your morning pastries.More
We were walking to the Inca Rail station and happened to pass by this bakery. We stopped in and picked up their almond chocolate croissant and their raisin croissant and they were crazy good. I am sorry ☹️ I didn't pick up more.
Date of visit: March 2019
panaderia_Qosqo_Maki, Responsable comunicación at Panaderia Qosqo Maki, responded to this reviewResponded May 19, 2019
We found this place on trip advisor and tried it out one morning and it definitely did not disappoint! The cinnamon roll bread was amazing and the rest of the pastries and juices looked and were delicious. Can’t help but support a place like this...that gives back to the community like it does.More
By far, in Cusco, I haven't been able to find--or even compare--any other croissant, cinnamon or chocolate rolls and madelenas. Every time I am around the area, I make sure to get off the bus a stop earlier to get some rolls at Qosqo Maki.
I have eaten a croissant from Panaderia Qosko Maki for the past 30 days and everyday I have an almost transcendent experience. These are the crispy, melt in your mouth kind of croissants that make each day worth living. Ask them to heat your bread...up in the microwave (especially pan de chocolate) because it really levels up when it’s warm. The location shown on TripAdvisor is not really correct- it isn’t by the traffic circle, it is a short walk down Tullumayu on the right side of the street.More