City: Curitiba, PR
Phone: (041) 3257-4703
Hours: Monday to Saturday from 9am to 8pm.
Cost: No Information Available
Inaugurated in 1913 to American Bakery has four stores in Curitiba and a central kitchen to produce all the items it offers. A highlight of the bakery are breads made with rye bread and German sour dough. Pies and filling pasta rotten fruits of the season are an attraction.
Bakeries play a significant role in Brazilian lives as fresh bread is often used during many meals. Bakeries provide particularly fresh goods, and are preferred over grocery stores. Purchasing fresh bread daily is a fairly popular in Brazil. Often there are even long lines of people waiting to buy bread that is about to come out of the oven! Bakeries also produce sweet and savory variations, including many pastries. Many new bakeries also include cafes providing various kinds of coffee, hot chocolate, tea, and fresh juices to customers who wish to enjoy their freshly baked goods at the bakery.
Rosca is traditionally served in the south, normally in the state of Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul and is prepared from manioc flour. The bread only lasts for short period of time before it gets stale, so don’t buy more than you can eat. You’ll find it cooked in large circular wreaths, typically 8 inches to about 15 inches in diameter. It’s best served with Nata, a butter/cheese found in most super markets.
Nearby Restaurants include Padaria América - Bacacheri, Wood´s Acustic Country Bar, Vêneto Gelato - Erasto Gaertner, Aquarius Gastronomia, Restaurante Armito, Hora Extra, Buffet Elegance, Pizza Hut - Munhoz da Rocha, Maison Suisse, Subway - Munhoz da Rocha, Pit Stop do Auto Posto Social, Dona Ambrosina, Le Liban - Empório e Sanduíches Árabes, WikiMaki, Saikoo Lounge, Super Dog, Confeitaria Requinte - Recife, Adega Franco - Hugo Lange, McDonald´s - Munhoz da Rocha, Tutti Pães e Doces - Hugo Lange.
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