Seattle Okazu Pan Japanese curry bread

What is Okazu Pan?

In Japan, okazu pans are known as small grab and go bread that consists of a savory filling, the most popular being curry beef.
All of our okazu pans are made using locally sourced seasonal ingredients including our dough that we make from scratch.

What’s in our Okazu Pans?

All pans start with our fresh made dough, using only water, flour, salt, sugar and our starter dough. All fillings are made from scratch using culinary techniques derived from cities both traveled in as well as experienced. We try to focus on local, seasonally, individuality and sustainability. Every pan is handmade, cooked, and delivered.

Okazu Pan Flavors

*These are sample okazu pan flavors. Selections will vary depending on the location you find them.

Beef Curry

The original flavor we started with featuring local beef cooked in rich curry and vegetable stock
Flavor: caramelized roasted vegetable, rich beef gravy
Ingredients: ground beef, carrots, soy, curry spices, onions, contains dairy

Lentil (vegetarian and vegan-friendly)

Lentils cooked in our vegetable stock our
Flavor: earthy, yuzu citrus, fresh vegetable
Ingredients: lentils, yuzu kosho, onions, carrots, roasted pepper & seaweed

Bacon Potato Cheddar

Salt roasted potatoes mixed with bacon cream sauce
Flavor: bacon, slightly smokey, sweet cream
Ingredients: bacon, salt roasted potato, milk, mild, cheddar, Beecher’s cheese & chives, contains dairy

BBQ Taso

A pork shoulder that is cured in cajun spices and smoked then mixed with chow chow (pickled veg)
flavor; slightly smokey, spicy, honey, pickled veg
ingredients: pork shoulder, bbq sauce, pickled vegetable

Avocado

Sun-dried tomato with avocados, fresh corn, and sun-dried tomatoes (vegetarian/vegan friendly)
Flavor: earthy, yuzu, umami
Ingredients: avocado, corn, tomato, yuzu, parsley

Pan of the Week

Swing by our production kitchen every Saturday for pan of the week.

This week’s flavors will be:

Sausage & Peppers Creole

Andouille sausage and fennel sausage cooked in a red gravy (whole peeled tomatoes and roux), with castevetrano olives, roasted carrot and onion puree. 
 

Tasso Ham

Potato and cheese, tasso( spicy pork), salt roasted potato, and Beechers cheese.

Our Partners

You can find our fresh okazu pan at any of these locations:

All City Coffee

1205 S Vale St
Seattle, WA 98108

Art Marble 21

731 Westlake Ave North
Seattle, WA 98109

Broadcast Coffee Roasters

1918 E Yesler Way
Seattle, WA 98122

Broadcast Coffee

2515 S Jackson Street
Seattle, WA 98144

Cortona Cafe

2425 E Union Street
Seattle, WA 98122

Freshy’s

1099 Stewart Street #102
Seattle, WA 98101

Intrigue Chocolate

1520 15th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122

Kai Market

400 Fairview Ave N P001
Seattle, WA 98109

Neko Cafe

519 E Pine Street
Seattle, WA 98122

Onda Origins

6254 Flora Ave S
Seattle, WA 98108

QED Coffee

1418 31st Ave S
Seattle, WA 98144

Raconteur

5041 Wilson Ave S
Seattle, WA 98118

Resistencia

1249 S Cloverdale Street
Seattle, WA 98108

Roy Street Coffee

700 Broadway E
Seattle, WA 98102

Seattle Fish Guys

411 23rd Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98144

The Station Coffee

2533 16th Ave S
Seattle, WA 98144

Tougo Coffee

1410 18th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122

Zeitgeist Coffee

171 S Jackson Street
Seattle, WA 98101

Visit Our Production Kitchen

Every Saturday from June-September, our production kitchen will be open from 10am-3pm. Please stop by to pick up fresh okazu pans, beignets, and Ice Cream ~ N ~ Beignets.

We are located in the Rainier Beach neighborhood at 9099 Seward Park Ave South, Seattle, WA 98118.

Sample Menu

Beignets (3 pc)

Our beignets are made from scratch, fried and dusted with our house made powdered sugar blend. Please be advised that it is ok to wait while your order is being made.

Ice Cream ~N~ Beignets

Ice cream inside our fried beignet dough topped with beignet crisp and dressed with our powdered sugar blend. We proudly use organic, local ice cream Parfait of Ballard.

Okazu Pan

A Japanese pastry filled with savory ingredients.
*Our pan flavors are subject to change weekly and will not always carry the same flavors as our partner cafes.

Curry Pan – Fresh ground beef cooked in Japanese curry sauce. Mild in flavor.
BBQ Tasso Pan – Pork shoulder cured in cajun spice, smoked, and tossed in sweet potato bbq sauce and chow chow.

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