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Chelsea Buns?

Poorboy Oct 14, 2008 05:52 PM

Maybe feeling a little nostalgic for the chelsea buns I used to buy at Burke's Bakery on the Danforth however I am looking for quick fix.
Does anyone have a good lead for decent Chelsea BUn?

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  1. happycamper RE: Poorboy Oct 14, 2008 06:40 PM

    I have had a nice chelsea bun at the Brick street bakery at the distillery. It was quite delicious, but I didint ask them where it was sourced ( I dont think they bake onsite).

    Also, maybe you can give Bridges British Bakery a call and inquire.

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    1. re: happycamper
      cheesymama RE: happycamper Oct 15, 2008 06:24 AM

      I'm pretty sure Brick Street Bakery does all their own baking.

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      magic RE: Poorboy Oct 15, 2008 10:46 AM

      A restaurant called Sierra Grill (at Bayview Village) makes delicious and fresh Chelsea buns. Too bad the rest of their food is bloody gross. They have a huge salad bar, which I actually think is fairly decent (although I’m sure many others would take issue with this), but stay away from their regular menu -- just horrible.

      The Chelsea buns however were great and always coming out fresh, placed at the salad bar.

      Haven’t been in around 4 years, but that is how I remember things there. Who knows if they are still good... can’t say.

      I also saw what looked to be yummy Chelsea buns at Summerhill Market, wrapped up. Haven’t actually tried them, but they sure did look good.

      1. Olivia RE: Poorboy Oct 15, 2008 12:56 PM

        I've never had Burke's, but also LOVE Chelsea Buns.

        I like the ones from Yitz's (Avenue and Eg. W.). My platonic ideal was from Senses (ca. 2001), but I don't think they do them anymore.

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