Casa Gourmet French Bakery in Sayulita, Mexico

29,771 Visitors
Hours of Operation
7AM - 12AM
7AM - 12AM
7AM - 12AM
7AM - 12AM
7AM - 12AM
7AM - 12AM
7AM - 12AM
  • Delicious fresh bread every day
  • Opens early for those in need of coffee
  • Try one of the delicious sandwiches
  • Authentic French Origins
  • Open 7:00 AM - 24:00 AM
  • All fresh ingredients daily prepared

Casa Gourmet in Sayulita is a French Bakery that offers a variety of baked goods, fresh bread, donuts, croissants, coffee and more.

French Bakery and Pastry



Open 7:00 AM - 24:00 AM


A great bakery adds its name to the list of fine eateries established here in Sayulita Mexico.

In addition to the incredible DAILY homemade bread served upon arrival, all dishes are prepared the same day with only the freshest ingredients.

The menu selections offered can easily be traced to their French origins. Choose from a fresh menu including sandwiches, salads, and quiches. You can enjoy your meal right here accompanied by fresh coffee or take it "to go".

Bruno the former owner of the restaurant Biciclette, has lived in Sayulita for years and look forward to sharing the magic of his native France's cuisine with you at Casa Gourmet.

  • Credit Cards
  • Take-Out
  • Language
    • English
    • Spanish
  • Meals
    • Breakfast
    • Lunch
    • Dinner
8 reviews
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Fantastic Bakings!
Stopped by daily for fresh bread and pastries that rival the best boulangeries anywhere. Well worth a visit.
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Experienced: June, 2019
Great food!
We stoped by practically every day for the month we were in Sayulita. Don't miss the brownies!!!
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Experienced: April, 2019
BEST apple pies and brownies in town!
Casa gourmet in my favorite place to get my morning baguette but also the place to find best apple pies and brownies in town.
Besides that, I ordered from Bruno big amount of hot dogs and burgers buns for my special BBQ party and everyone really loved them!
Absolutely recommended!
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Experienced: February, 2017
Not a repaeat customer
Wanted to gift some sweet treats to the wonderful nail tech I found in Sayulita. Found this bakery but they were rude & impatient with me for asking if they had a larger bag or container so I could buy one of each pastry type. My native husband speaks Spanish so communication wasn't the issue. We purchased a large decorative plate nearby and returned. Filled the plate with an assortment of baked sweets which were so dry they were crumbling during transfer from display case to platter. Tasted one of the broken pieces and actually threw it in the trash. Had to pay for all of them anyway. Even though the owner gave a discount to us for the ones she admitted were overcooked, it was a disappointment to deliver this unappealing gift. Oh well, live & learn.
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Experienced: September, 2016
Response from Owner/Manager on 01/21/2017

Hi there!I me a owner off his place ....And very surprise about Your post!U can complain I unterstand ...But always u can said something nicely...The girl who served yo u She s not a owner and I m sorry if She treated u bad pastery was Iver cook...Ok ii S posible ...We make freah every day a Lot and i t S posible some mistakes...Anyway I never have some post negative like yours and that make me think you exagered the situation, and I recomend you please to speak with me .I always unterstand and make posible change for muy custumers be happy ..But really I hate this form to complain ....It S just bad and not contrutive

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Apple Pie Slice
Saw the apple pie/strudel inside the case, 40 pesos for a nice size slice, so bout $2.50. I'm thinking looks good for me and my girl, so I order it up like any gringo would. Mamasan then removes the pie from the case, takes it to a table and cuts the slice in half. WTF? And big BOO.
That being said the pie was good, just the thought of being a gringo victim sucks.
Same feeling as having your bag pinched.
Look and move on, or at least say something when she cuts the "apple pie slice on display.
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Experienced: February, 2016
Addictive and dangerous to live near. The almond croissants are so good you may end up eating the ones you intended to bring back to the casita for your loved ones. Try the pan intregral toasted up with some olive oil--to die for!
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Experienced: August, 2013
oh my gosh! such amazing bread, croissants and my favorite... chocolate 'donuts'. wow! you will not be disappointed with anything you try there. and Bruno and Framboise are fantastic people. thanks for all the yummy treats.
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Experienced: September, 2010
The coolest people in Sayulita
The food is great, where can you find not only good food but healthy as well.
If you are in Sayulita this is a must!!!!!!!!
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Experienced: July, 2010
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Bruno in Sayulita Mexico
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25 years+ French Chef