One of the classic traditions we’ve maintained at Emporio Hotels is the “Baked goods and coffee experience,” a custom that locals and foreign visitors alike can enjoy at any of our destinations.
Employing a French concept and techniques, our bakers make 14 pastry varieties, such as croissants, chocolatínes, tutis, vanilla and chocolate conchas, moños, muffins, and elephant ears to name a few. They’re baked in a traditional stone oven at 320°F with 30 percent humidity for 15 minutes in order to achieve the perfect crunch.
At Condimento Restaurant, the smell of freshly baked bread starts to fill the air a few minutes before seven in the morning and it’s at 7 o’clock on the dot, when the boulanger rings a bell announcing “fresh-baked bread,” before going from table to table to offer our diners all the bread varieties. If you don’t make it first thing in the morning, don’t worry. This ritual is repeated every 15 to 30 minutes until noon.
Espresso, double espresso, latte, vanilla, cappuccino, chai, and iced coffees are among the different options made with Mexican beans sourced from Chiapas, Veracruz, and Oaxaca that comprise our brand and which you can enjoy with your favorite baked good.
Come, bring all your loved ones, and enjoy this wonderful experience every morning at Emporio Hotels. We’re expecting you!