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1173 Dickinson Street, Elizabeth

$12.50 for $20 Worth of Colombian Cuisine at Mr Pan

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Professional bakery located conveniently by the court house and nearby offices offers a variety of Colombian cuisine specialties

Customer Reviews

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DanishaTOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWER
40 ratings29 reviews2 photos
December 25, 2018
The food was delicious and the service was great.
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Marina
2 ratings1 reviews2 photos
March 18, 2018
My experience at Mr. Pan was exceptional. The hostess was very nice and attentive. I got the special of the day which was delicious and came with a soup was tasted exquisite. Overall it was wonderful and I would recommend coming here to everyone.
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AnthonyTOP REVIEWER
28 ratings9 reviews1 photos
February 20, 2018
Had the steak and eggs with creole sauce and tiramisu for dessert. This place is awesome
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Teofilo
2 ratings2 reviews
January 21, 2018
Best food in the area you can find.
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Mrs.TOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWERSHUTTERBUG
14 ratings8 reviews5 photos
January 19, 2018
Amazing!!! So good that I had ordered extra just to have at home for later tonight. I was also told they do delivery and it’s not that far from my job. I would most defiantly make this a lunch spot every other week. Or more if I can.
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Dave
2 ratings1 reviews
January 14, 2018
Great food and good prices
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GerardoTOP REVIEWER
23 ratings12 reviews
December 23, 2017
El lugar se ve limpio. La comida está buena, pero el servicio es un poco lento.
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AnaTOP REVIEWER
17 ratings13 reviews1 photos
December 16, 2017
Great food nice service just need more a bigger location
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About This Deal

  • $20 Value for Food and Drinks

Empanadas: Jam-Packed Latin Pastries

Learn what goes into the filled little treats known as empanadas with Groupon’s introduction.

The palm-sized golden pies, shaped like half moons, look as though they could contain just about anything, and they very nearly can. Latin America’s answer to Italy’s calzone and India’s samosa, the empanada starts with a fried or baked bread shell—the “pan” at the center of its name—then mutates according to the nationality and the whim of whoever’s making it. In most parts of South and Central America, the flaky dough is made from wheat flour, but Colombians and Venezuelans substitute cornmeal to create a crunchier exterior. It’s the fillings, though, that truly demonstrate the variety of these little cornucopias. Ground beef, beans, cheese, roasted peppers, egg, olives, raisin, plantains, peas, and potatoes, alone or in combination, form only a partial list of common possibilities. Having begun a meal with an order of empanadas, you might decide to have a dessert of empanadas as well. Pineapple, pumpkin, guava, and other fruits turn them into twins of sweet turnovers.

Many nations uphold their own empanada traditions with great pride. Every year, the Argentine town of Famaillá hosts the Fiesta Nacional de la Empanada, a celebration of the country’s traditional square-shaped empanada that centers on an enormous cookoff to reveal the empanada queen, king, or jester. The festival’s 60,000 attendees typically consume about 400,000 empanadas produced from 160 clay ovens.

Need To Know

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Not valid for delivery. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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