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Paan Paan - Ifthar Packs - eat.lk

Paan Paan has never failed to satisfy and surprise us with their fabulous Grill restuarant to the incredible baked goodies from their artisan breads, savories and sweets! Having visited their Grill restaurant and being an avid fan of their eclairs, I was delighted to hear that they've got something super special happening this Ramadan.

Paan Paan offers exclusive ifthar packs this month, starting from Rs. 350/- onwards with a huge variety to run your fingers across before you make your final pack or platter. YES! You can also make your giant platters, customised to your own requirements from savories, sweet deals and their million dollar worthy sandwiches, subs and wraps!

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Bakery- TASTY

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The Paan Paan is a bakery that has French breads, Italian breads, health breads and muffins and more. If you’re finding for some delicious bread made with quality ingredients in Sri Lanka then check out the newly opened Paan Paan. Paan Paan bread shop is located in Duplication Road. They are good for breads and patisserie items.

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Battle of the Bakeries- YAMU

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Battle of the Bakeries- YAMU

In YAMU’s very own Big Match, The Battle Of The Bakeries, Paan Paan, like a certain school from Reid Avenue dropped the catch and came second runners up. This isn’t to say Paan Paan is a bad bakery- the heck it isn’t. It, like that certain school down Reid Avenue will always be the third best bakery in Sri Lanka.

Jokes aside though, what’s not to love about Paan Paan? It’s got a good take on European loaves, an array of exceptional short eats, and stellar service.

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Creating Waves- PECKISHME

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Creating Waves- PECKISHME

Paan Paan. Even when you hear the name any Sri Lankan would guess it – yes they deal with bread. Paan Paan has been creating waves in Colombo with their breads for quite some time now, but what we didn’t know was that they also got their very own grill – Paan Paan The Grill. And they combine their unique bread with the grills that come out of the place, which I think is something that works.

Between 2 of us, we tried 6 of their specialties on that day (yes we do eat a lot), each one very different from the next.

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