Cream Pan Bakery & Cafe

Row 1

602 El Camino Real (at 6th St)
Tustin, CA 92780
(714) 665-8239
Bakery, Japanese
Mon–Sun: 6:00 AM–7:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • The best seller, the reason they exist, the one thing you must order if you come here, is the Strawberry Croissant! Nothing in its triangular, hand-holdable frame can be improved upon. Delicious!
  • The only authentic Japanese bakery in Orange County. Try their cream pan with coffee, sandwiches for lunch, or buy a loaf of bread to take home.
  • Voted best bakery of 2012 by OC Weekly, Cream Pan is absolutely delicious! With danishes and flaky cream fillled croissants, this place will have your mouth watering!
  • I love this place!
  • Try the Salmon Onigiri! They mix the salmon meat into the rice before sculpting. Every mouthful is a perfectly proportioned ratio of the two ingredients, salty and satisfyingly salmon-y.
  • Everything!!!
  • Don't miss the chance to try Cream Pan's Strawberry Croissants. Best place to go is at 7AM.
  • Heavenly. Crisp and creamy strawberry croissant.
  • Amazing desserts and fresh bread!!
  • 5 star Japanese Bakery. Better get there before the senior citizens down the street beat you to it in the morning. Makes me homesick for Japan.
  • strawberry croissants all day everyday!!
  • Small strawberry croissants for $1.30!
  • You have to try their chocolate orange dessert. There's a reason they only make a certain amount. The combination of the two is mind blowing once you take a bite. Chocolate and orange is the new duo
  • So good. Like someone said, it's probably the only authentic Japanese bakery. If you like pastries that aren't overly sweet, come here. I think it's better than 98 degrees in Irvine.
  • The strawberry croissants are uh-maze-ing! So bomb! And the prices here are fantastic! <3
  • Strawberry croissants are so yummy and amazing !!
  • They moved the bakery to their cafe Japonaise in the other corner. :)
  • Strawberry croissant ftw!
  • The rice balls are actually pretty good.
  • If you know your going to go in to get some bread, call the store in advance and they will set it aside for you