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Best tiramisu in Toronto?

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michelle116 Oct 12, 2008 09:20 PM

I live in downtown Toronto and am in need of some amazing tiramisu, well the best tiramisu actually. I am having some people over next weekend so obviously I would like it to go (as either indivual servings or whole). I just moved to Toronto so I have no idea where to go. If you all could help me that would be great! Thanks in advance.

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  1. meld_la RE: michelle116 Oct 13, 2008 09:30 AM

    Summerhill Market has a good one. Very rich...
    plus you can pick up other goodies for the dinner.

    1. JamieK RE: michelle116 Oct 14, 2008 01:26 PM

      All The Best Fine Foods has some tasty tiramisu too, ready to take out, and the store might be easier for you to get to if you don't have a vehicle.
      http://www.allthebestfinefoods.com

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        magic RE: michelle116 Oct 15, 2008 10:55 AM

        A really good tiramisu I’ve had downtown is at Fusaro’s, which is on Spadina south of Queen. Of all the one’s I’ve had in Toronto I’d rate it second best.

        The best I’ve had in Toronto is more midtown, at a place called Ferraro, on Eglinton near Avenue Rd.

        Both taste pretty similar, but I think Ferarro’s is generally a bit better. Both are damn good. Both places get VERY busy, especially on weekdays and weekend evenings, and I know Fusaro’s is closed Saturday night and all of Sunday. I think Ferraro is closed Sunday.

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          Hondapendragon RE: michelle116 Oct 17, 2008 10:25 AM

          Hello!

          I love tiramisu too! I've found a little Italian bakery near Jane St and Wilson Ave called St. Pio Bakery. The only thing I could find on the internet is: http://www.ourbis.com/580923. I think it used to be a St. Phillips Bakery a long time ago.

          Anyways, I really like their tiramisu and it comes in different sizes. I hope this helps!

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            tree25 RE: michelle116 Oct 18, 2008 06:27 AM

            For a quick tiramisu fix in downtown, you can try Rivieria Bakery in the Little Italy. Really soft and creamy with enough coffee taste and sweetness.

            1. Charles Yu RE: michelle116 May 29, 2010 05:16 PM

              I bought one from the 'frozen dessert section' of Sobey's. I was stunned by how great the defrosted product tasted! Great expresso and Amareto sauces, real cream and mascapone cheese, enticing aroma and spongy lady fingers. All in all a great product!

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