Tiffany & Raffi Sepetjian are serious foodies who love to travel, particularly to France where they have a family. Their true passion revolved around a dream to open an authentic French boulangerie, similar to the ones they had often enjoyed on the streets of Paris. That vision became a plan eight years ago. They named it Pandor, an abbreviation of the French words "pain d'or," meaning golden bread. Currently with three locations in Newport Beach, Old Towne Orange, and Irvine.
They say it's all in the name. The creation of the name Pandor was based on the symbolism of the core values the company was founded; Living by the Golden Rule. A unique spelling of a phonetic expression of the French term, “Pain d’ Or “meaning Golden Bread. The name also captured the charm and dedication to the traditional French Artisan baking processes and standards we use daily in the making of all of our products. Most importantly, we felt that the unique spelling allowed us to better serve the needs of the wonderfully diverse culture of Southern California rather than be exclusive in pronunciation to only those that speak French. Every aspect of Pandor is designed to create an experience that is unique, inclusive, and unforgettable.