Panaderia "Osa Silvestre"
Traditional bread shop with homemade bread with fruits and seeds of forest, traditional baguett offer, wholemeal bread, grilled corn tamales, cinnamon rolls, salted bread, and churros, sweet roll and salty bread, all made from local ingredients.
We receive bulk orders and provide services for meetings.
Prices per refreshment:
1,500 colones per person
800 colones per child (6-12 years)
1,000 colones per person/group (more than 6 people)
700 colones per child/group
800 colones for volunteers
700 colones for child volunteers
For Reservations or More Information:
Jessica Roldan (506) 8667-2535
Family Merella Roldan, this enterprise begins with the desire to overcome and desire to have a company of its own, Jessica Roldan originally from Cartago, who studied business administration meets Victor Merella native of Rancho Quemado, during a job in Drake Bay, some time later they marry and come to rent a house in the community. When there is an opportunity for training with the UCR, they see the opportunity to start this family business, because there are no bakeries in the area, it was difficult, with 2 small children, no money, no equipment and no competent bakery experience, little Opportunities were soon opened thanks to God and the support of the development association where part of the chain of rural tourism was formed, some donations were received from the Corcovado Foundation, CRUSA, UNDP, IMAS and the technical assistance was managed with the INA, in this process was able to buy with own resources the land with an old house to start housing and business, and in the course of some years it was possible to remodel, process the necessary permits, acquire the equipment and start the sale of mainly baguette bread in the community with a bicycle, then we were able to buy a 4x4 car to transfer bread to the following communities: El Progreso, Drake Bay and the Plans. Still in the process of buying more equipment to expand production and is projected in the future to have a permanent sales location in Rancho Quemado and complement the bread with fruits and seeds of the forest.