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New location of Le Gourmand at Yonge & Eglinton

Ediblethoughts Nov 25, 2008 08:20 AM

Or so it appears to be--the signage looks the same. (It's on the east side of Yonge south of Eglinton.) I was driving down Yonge yesterday and noticed it. I'm very excited!! Not sure when it's supposed to open.

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    likescrab RE: Ediblethoughts Nov 25, 2008 09:07 AM

    Do they have another location?

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      peppermint pate RE: likescrab Nov 25, 2008 09:12 AM

      I know of 2 others - Spadina & Richmond and Yonge & Bloor.

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        likescrab RE: peppermint pate Nov 26, 2008 04:45 AM

        Sorry to be a pest, but where at Yonge & Bloor. I'm there all the time and I've never seen it...

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          merlot143 RE: likescrab Nov 26, 2008 06:22 AM

          In the food court, to the west of the subway.
          BTW I bought their chocolate financier the other day. It's supposed to be like high-quality brownie. It was okay, but not worth the $3.35.

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      Sadistick RE: Ediblethoughts Nov 25, 2008 09:20 AM

      Ah, Le Gourmand...I used to supply them with some of their pastries...they make a killer cappuccino!

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        Sandybandy RE: Sadistick Nov 26, 2008 04:28 AM

        I walked by the other day and thought it was open...sadly, not yet! I love their little chocolate cookies dusted in icing sugar..mmmmm

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          Yongeman RE: Sandybandy Dec 14, 2008 05:58 AM

          Is the new place open at Y&E yet?

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            Ediblethoughts RE: Yongeman Dec 14, 2008 07:18 AM

            Just tried calling the new location and the message says the voicemail box isn't set up yet. When we drove by yesterday it looked like it might be open. I plan to walk by tomorrow and check.

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              Rabbit RE: Ediblethoughts Dec 14, 2008 07:54 AM

              Walked by last night... and not yet.

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                Ediblethoughts RE: Rabbit Dec 14, 2008 08:36 AM

                Darn! I was hoping...

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                  Yongeman RE: Ediblethoughts Dec 14, 2008 02:18 PM

                  I actually got through to a human voice this morning. I asked if they were open yet, but the woman replied that they wouldn't be opening until January.

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                    wontonfm RE: Yongeman Dec 14, 2008 07:04 PM

                    I'm surprised that it's taking this long. I feel like they've been working on that site for AGES! i can't wait though!

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                      wontonfm RE: wontonfm Feb 1, 2009 09:16 PM

                      I think this place will NEVER open. I want my cookies alread!

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                        Ediblethoughts RE: wontonfm Feb 2, 2009 05:40 AM

                        I know!! I keep driving by and seeing a lack of openness with great disappointment! I was counting on this place to be a source of good baked desserts for a chocolate-chip loving person like me----considering that Y & E has great restaurants but to my knowledge, has no such baked goods supply. It's February already!! Time to get it in gear and open!

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                          wontonfm RE: Ediblethoughts Feb 2, 2009 08:10 PM

                          I've been counting on this place to be my "i was too lazy to make breakfast" spot. I can have those cookies for breakfast, right?

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                            Ediblethoughts RE: wontonfm Feb 3, 2009 09:19 AM

                            Why of course you can! Get the ones with walnuts. All those omega 3s---you're positively healthy!

      2. sleepy RE: Ediblethoughts Feb 1, 2009 09:54 PM

        i don't get what makes this place so good? i tried the cookies everyone seems to like.. dry, bland, overbaked... also, their espresso drinks are made on an automatic machine, cappuccino foam was fluffy like dish soap wtf?

        i dont get it :(

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          Ediblethoughts RE: sleepy Feb 2, 2009 05:37 AM

          While I respect that everyone has a different taste about these things, I have to think you might have gotten a bad batch---because those cookies are many things but dry and overrbaked sounds all wrong. If anything, they are underbaked (undercooked)---and I usually get icked out by undercooked cookies so it's unusual that I like these ones as much as I do. As for their espresso-based beverages, I've tried them and they were fine but not great. But then I rarely find an espresso beverage that has me in ecstacy and I'm ignorant about auto machines and such.

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            magic RE: Ediblethoughts Feb 2, 2009 06:02 AM

            I agree, if anything they are sometimes underbaked, which I don’t like. I guess because they are so thick. But when they are done right, which is often enough, they are awesome. Love those cookies. Looking forward to their opening!

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              sleepy RE: magic Feb 2, 2009 08:48 PM

              last time i went was over a year ago, ill give them another shot because of you guys :)
              love me a good cookie!

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                CoffeeAddict416 RE: sleepy Feb 3, 2009 05:38 AM

                their coffee does still suck though
                at least at their spadina/richmond location

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                  Ediblethoughts RE: sleepy Feb 3, 2009 09:19 AM

                  I'll be interested to see what you think.

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            tarteaucitron RE: Ediblethoughts Feb 6, 2009 10:55 AM

            I love their Spadina location, especially for the fact that it's a very decent coffee/lunch/snack/pastry place near the Chinatown and Queen West area, and the service is quite upbeat and friendly. I somehow always end up ordering their almond croissants regardless of the time of day.

            Looking forward to their Eglington location too, I sure can rely on this thread to tell me as soon as they open!

            1. Ediblethoughts RE: Ediblethoughts Feb 26, 2009 11:51 AM

              So, more than 3 months after my orginal post, it appears they will open next week (or that's what a worker/manager--not sure which--told me today when I was walking by). So yay!

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                wontonfm RE: Ediblethoughts Mar 1, 2009 06:28 AM

                I'll believe it when I see it.

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                  Ediblethoughts RE: wontonfm Mar 1, 2009 06:51 AM

                  Yeah, after all this time, I know what you mean! However, I did see actual chairs and such inside so I was more inclined to believe them. I'll go way out on a limb and say I'm betting they open by the end of March!

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                    stonewall36 RE: wontonfm Mar 2, 2009 08:59 AM

                    It is definitely open for business!

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                  klf RE: Ediblethoughts Mar 2, 2009 05:30 AM

                  It was open on Saturday - they were giving out free pastries and coffee. No menus were up though, so I'm guessing it was a "soft" opening.

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                    Ediblethoughts RE: klf Mar 2, 2009 05:35 AM

                    Oh, pity I missed that! Did you get any of the pasteries/coffee? (If so, how were they?)

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                      klf RE: Ediblethoughts Mar 2, 2009 06:03 AM

                      There were only some crossiants left when I got there (late afternoon), and they were very good...can't really complain when it's free! The display cases had some beautiful looking cakes and mini-desserts (e.g. individual chocolate bombes) as well, but these unfortunately weren't up for grabs.

                      I had a quick look at the pantry area (which is smaller than the Spadina location), and they had sweets (cocoa, chocolates, cookies, oatmeals) and savouries (oils, olives, marinated vegetable jars).

                      Will pop by today to see if they are offering anything new.

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                        Ediblethoughts RE: klf Mar 2, 2009 07:46 AM

                        Sounds good! One wonders what they'll do with the other desserts if they're not being offered?? (These things do get stale after all...)

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                          wontonfm RE: Ediblethoughts Mar 2, 2009 08:21 PM

                          well now i know what i'm having for breakfast tomorrow morning...

                          WON
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                            Ediblethoughts RE: wontonfm Mar 3, 2009 05:35 AM

                            I plan to go in for an early lunch coffee... hopefully it's not too busy at that time.

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                              magic RE: Ediblethoughts Mar 3, 2009 12:37 PM

                              Any feedback to report??

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                                Ediblethoughts RE: magic Mar 3, 2009 01:09 PM

                                Yes, I went for an early lunch today and had two of the salads (beet/walnut and green bean/spinach/prosciutto) and the sweet potato-ginger soup. I also had a latte and a piece of the chocolate chip breading pudding. I loved the salad and soup---so tasty and very reasonable in price. (The salads are by weight so you have to trust me when I say I got a good amount for less than $4---I almost thought that they made a mistake in the bill amount.) But the c-c b-pudding was bland and not very chocolaty (to me it was more like a pound cake in taste than b-pudding). The latte wasn't nearly strong enough but then what else is new for Toronto coffee places. They were out of cookies but I stopped by later in the day and they had made more so I picked up a couple. Still haven't eaten mine but had a little bite of a friend's (I introduced her to LG) and they seem to be up to standard. (I also bought a chocolate croissant and a flourless chocolate little cake but haven't tried them yet.)

                                The wait staff were very friendly and helpful. And I was told that they're planning on making this location a dinner eat-in menu, so open until 10pm. It's not there yet but that's supposedly the plan.

                                So all in all, I'm going to try out some of the other desserts before I dismiss them but the cookies are solidly on my go-to-get list. And for a light, tasty lunch, I'm so there!

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                                  LemonLauren RE: Ediblethoughts Mar 4, 2009 05:34 PM

                                  oh joy! salad bar and affordable!

                                  ps - website say they are open till 11pm

                                  http://www.legourmand.com/contact.htm

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                                    sepandee RE: LemonLauren Mar 5, 2009 02:16 PM

                                    false. Website says open till 11pm, but they close at 7pm.
                                    Reason given: no liquor license yet.

                                    Any news on the wireless?

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                                  wontonfm RE: magic Mar 3, 2009 04:20 PM

                                  I stopped in this morning to pick up some breakfast. They had a few desserts out as well as a few full-sized quiche and a few delicious look croissant sandwiches with bacon, eggs and cheese. From my quick glance around I didn't notice many (if any) price points out which tends to drive me crazy. I picked up a croissant ($1.60) that was buttery, flakey and delicious!
                                  They also had some pain au chocolate and a few other pastries as well that were not labeled (I'm assuming chausson au pommes and maybe a danish involving raisins).
                                  There were a lot of tables and chairs and Im suspecting that it might be a good cafe spot for the Yonge & Eg hood.

                                  WON
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                                    magic RE: wontonfm Mar 3, 2009 06:02 PM

                                    I stopped by this afternoon and picked up some baked goods. Chocolate chip walnut cookie, Gateaux Basque, and a chocolate souffle. All very very solid. The GB could’ve used MUCH more custard inside but sometimes I feel that happens with those desserts. Otherwise it was delish! Still, some more custard inside would have been nice. The cookie was very good, very much along the lines of excellence that I’ve come to expect from their cookies (9/10 whereas downtown is 10/10 – so good work!). The souffle was really good.

                                    Spoke with the owner, who was there and helped me out. A very nice guy who really seemed to care. They did a lovely job inside. Much different than the Spadina location, with a much different feel. Not as much of a European feel as downtown -- more modern. But lovely. So far so good.

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                                      Ediblethoughts RE: magic Mar 4, 2009 07:47 AM

                                      Thanks for the rec on the gateaux basque and the chocolate souffle. I definitely saw the latter (didn't get one-will next time)-------which was the gb? I asked about an un-iced cake that looked sort of orangey-yellow-gold and was told it was a citrus almond, I think. Was that it?

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                                        magic RE: Ediblethoughts Mar 4, 2009 08:15 AM

                                        The gateau basque is in the shape of a hockey puck, but of course is cake-brown and not black: ) No icing, but no, it wasn't the one you mentioned. It was really good, save for the lack of custard. But again, often this seems to happens in GBs. The souffle was delish. To me I experienced 60% butter and 40% chocolate when tasting it. Personally I normally like something like 70% chocolate 30% butter when I taste chocolate souffles. But that said it was really really good. If you like buttery rich French desserts you can’t go wrong. Happy it’s in the Y/E area!

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                                          Ediblethoughts RE: magic Mar 4, 2009 08:18 AM

                                          Silly me--you even noted the issue re custard and obviously the cake I was looking at had none. I'll ask about it next time I go. Was the 40/60 issue about the souffle or the GB? I got confused...

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                                            magic RE: Ediblethoughts Mar 4, 2009 08:38 AM

                                            Oh, sorry about that, the butter/chocolate 'taste ratio' thing (that's my own ridiculous way of explaining how something tasted) was for the chocolate souffle.

                                            Le Petit Gourmet on Yonge near Rosedale station also makes nice GBs.

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                                              Ediblethoughts RE: magic Mar 4, 2009 12:12 PM

                                              I thought the ratio was very understandable--never fear. I look at things that way too. It helps to understand it was re the CS and not the GB. Hmm,.. I'll keep that in mind re LPG. I went there once and was not wowed by anything there. Of course, I'll need to try the GB to find out if a) I've had it before and b) if I like it!

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                                                magic RE: Ediblethoughts Mar 4, 2009 12:21 PM

                                                Cool, thanks for the support on that: ) I agree with you, LPG doesn’t generally wow me. Of the handful of things I’ve tried at LPG the only thing I liked a lot were the GB, which were real good. Don’t rush by all means, but keep it in mind.

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                                                  Ediblethoughts RE: magic Mar 4, 2009 12:44 PM

                                                  When I'm in the neighbourhood, it will be kept on standby.. of course, the neighbourhood is already very interesting what with All the Best Fine Foods, Caffe Doria and Patachou... dear, dear...

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                                                    magic RE: Ediblethoughts Mar 4, 2009 02:32 PM

                                                    Excellent...

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                                                    Ediblethoughts RE: magic Mar 5, 2009 07:43 AM

                                                    Magic, you may laugh here but are the GB's rectangular-shaped? I bought a so-called flourless chocolate cake when I visited LG (posted above) but when I was eating the last half of it last night, the penny dropped as I realized "yeah, this DOES have custard-like stuff in the middle... flourless chocolate cakes don't usually do that???" So I'm thinking I may have tried the GB after all. And since I was confused whilst eating it (if this is what it is/was), then I may need to buy it again to make sure I like it. If that makes sense. In any case, I'm pretty sure I did like the cake quite a bit but that was clouded by the absentminded "what is this stuff inside?" reaction...

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                                                      magic RE: Ediblethoughts Mar 5, 2009 08:01 AM

                                                      The gateau basques aren’t chocolate no. They look and taste kinda of like the crust of a tart….you know, short crust-like -- and are circular, not rectangles. They’re not chocolate. So whatever chocolate treat you were eating wasn’t the GB. The GB at Le Gourmand are shaped like hockey pucks, but look like the crust of a tart. They’re brown/beige in colour, but not dark like chocolate. Definitely not chocolate. What you described sounds pretty good to me! But it’s not gateau basque….

                                                      Clear as mud?!?!

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                                                        Ediblethoughts RE: magic Mar 5, 2009 09:31 AM

                                                        Sorry, you DID say hockey puck too. OK, I'll ask when I next go there (which will likely be soon). Now that you describe it, I think I might remember something that looked like that...

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                                                          magic RE: Ediblethoughts Mar 5, 2009 10:08 AM

                                                          No worries! Enjoy!

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                        sepandee RE: Ediblethoughts Mar 4, 2009 05:20 PM

                        I just went down their today. The atmosphere seems pleasant. Looked at what they had in the counters and I can say it looked good. But I didn't want anything. I just asked whether they have wireless (free?) so I can study there during the day, and they didn't know.

                        So, can someone ask on my behalf when they pass by next time? THanks.

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                          LemonLauren RE: Ediblethoughts Mar 8, 2009 11:19 AM

                          i really wanted this place to be awesome, but the take-out counter let me down today. the server behind the counter treated me like i wasn't good enough to be paying $6.50 for the flavourless bean salad i got, and the other staff on the floor, serving the sit-down - older, more well-appointed-looking - clientele were standing around chatting. they were all smiles with the dude in line behind me, a regular already! i didn't get a croissant or anything "gourmand" per se, so i can't really comment on the food, but i can say that i could pay a lot less for better bean salad up the street at metro.

                          don't these places want my business in these "tough economic times"?

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                            Tatai RE: LemonLauren Mar 8, 2009 11:44 AM

                            A couple of friends and I went to Le Gourmand on Yonge for an early brunch this morning. The space is beautiful, the waiter couldn't be friendlier, and the menu, though small, looked very promising.

                            We ordered the vegetable omelette, the chorizo and onion frittata, and the blueberry cream cheese French toast. Whoa! The omelette was served "open-face" style, quite an odd way of serving an omelette. It was flat and skimpy and had some sauteed vegetables and feta spooned on top. No home fries, salad, or the like accompanying it -- just a rudimentary garnish of thinly sliced melon and some grapes. The egg was too wet for my friend's liking (it was actually cooked perfectly and, truthfully, she hadn't ordered it well-done), so she sent it back to be better cooked. Judging by the amount of time it took to get it back, they seem to have started a new one from scratch, but -- and here's the stupid part -- it was just as "undercooked" as the original. At this point, my friend was totally fed up and sent the dish back, refusing the offer to order something else.

                            The "frittata" was not. It was the same open-face style of omelette with some pan-fried chorizo and caramelized onion atop it. Huh? After having eyed the beautiful-looking quiches in the display case, we were expecting something very different. We mentioned to the waiter that this was in no way a frittata, and he agreed with us.

                            The French toast was odd. There was no evidence of cream cheese -- it seemed to have been slathered in a blueberry something-or-other, but merely spread like butter. It lacked the gooey-inside/crisp on the outside goodness one expects.

                            The most ridiculous part of Le Gourmand's brunch menu is that the egg dishes do not come with bread. Not a single piece of toast! The prices are pretty low, but take into consideration that there are no complimentary sides and no bread.

                            When it came time to pay, the restaurant did more than compensate for our lousy experience -- they comp'ed the whole bill except for the coffees. Will we go back? No, not for brunch. I can't vouch for the take-out food.

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                              Ediblethoughts RE: Tatai Mar 8, 2009 01:14 PM

                              That's too bad. I haven't been for brunch (and I'm not thinking of rushing out to do so after reading your review) but as a weird side note, when I ordered my salad and soup, they offered me bread! Go figure.

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                                Tatai RE: Ediblethoughts Mar 8, 2009 04:17 PM

                                Ediblethoughts, your post sent me to Le Gourmand's website to see whether they'd goofed about the bread today (although we did ask when ordering whether the egg dishes came with toast; the reply was no). The breakfast menu on Le Gourmand's website http://www.legourmand.com/menus-bfast... is totally different from the brunch menu we had today, and it shows that some non-bready offerings -- but not the omelettes -- do come with toast.

                                Quite odd.

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                                  Ediblethoughts RE: Tatai Mar 9, 2009 06:42 AM

                                  Yeah, I think it's obvious an omlette is at least as toast-worthy as scrambled eggs.

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                                eller RE: Tatai Jul 9, 2009 06:41 AM

                                I had an omelette at Y+E a few weeks ago and mine came with a simple salad and toasted baguette. In fact I had no issue with the food at all but found that the service was a bit indifferent.

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                                Reithd RE: LemonLauren Aug 25, 2009 07:59 PM

                                I work in the office building across the street from this place and on the several occasions that I have gone there, the food has always been quite good but the service is quite frankly disorganized.

                                They still seem terribly unprepared to handle the lunch time rush that is inevitable at a Yonge & Eglinton location with lots of staff confusion about who has ordered what. I have personally experienced a number of unacceptably long waits for food and when I haven't, I have seen others in line in that situation.

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                                julesrules RE: Ediblethoughts May 27, 2009 09:56 AM

                                Went today and had a perfect roast beef sandwich (beef very rare, caramelized onions, they added dijon mustard on my request). I thought the baguette looked a little underdone, but perhaps a less crispy baguette is actually better for sandwiches. I chose a lemon bichon pastry - never had this before and loved it. It was like a puff pastry turnover with a little lemon custard filling, coated with a thin layer of hard-cracked caramel quite browned in some spots. Yum! I must say the cookies looked overbaked to me, some had edges I would describe as "burned" if I had made them - I'd eat them, but reserve other ones for guests. I'll see how they look next time - and there will be a next time, although it involves a special trip for me.

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                                  Ediblethoughts RE: julesrules May 28, 2009 06:08 AM

                                  Much as I do consider the chocolate chip cookie one of my "go to" cookies, I do find this location does often singe them a bit. I think the other location cooks them a little less (they are a little underdone inside) but also singes them less.

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                                    julesrules RE: Ediblethoughts May 28, 2009 06:43 AM

                                    They're such BIG cookies that it would be hard to cook them fully inside without burning the outside a bit. Although I do like to have different textures and I don't like that really flat, crispy style that a lot of places do, the cookies honestly seemed too big, which is something I never thought I'd say! I don't know how much they cost, but as a home baker, it bothers me to see expensive baked goods that I wouldn't serve myself let alone sell.

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                                      Ediblethoughts RE: julesrules May 28, 2009 07:19 AM

                                      I don't like the flat, crispy chocolate chip or chunk cookies either. Which is usually why I don't like the really large cookies--they're usually not chewy or soft in any of the appropriate places. But because LG's is the exception to the big cookie rule, I have no problem with such a large cookie. Maybe if I home-baked more often I'd feel differently!

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                                        magic RE: julesrules May 28, 2009 07:34 AM

                                        Agreed. Y+E location overdoes the bottoms a bit. They taste good, but are not all they should be. I never really have that issue at Spadina/Richmond location, although yeah at that location they are sometimes underdone I find, which I also don't care for. Two different evils I guess. But yes, Y+E's cookies might be TOO big, as odd as it may sound. Might indeed be a contributing factor to the quasi burnt bottoms. That or their oven is too damn hot or they should be baked in a cooler part of the oven?

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                                          magic RE: magic Jul 9, 2009 05:58 AM

                                          Just thought I’d provide an update. They are still having cookie issues. Got one recently and it was a little too dark on the bottom, and pretty much ‘raw’ inside. Inedible. I had to pitch it. I think I’m off this location. They’ve had enough time to get it right.

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                                            Ediblethoughts RE: magic Jul 9, 2009 08:20 AM

                                            I've been disappointed with the cookies too. I've been there a few times and the cookies have looked too dark so I've passed. Somebody in LG quality control should get right on this!

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                                              magic RE: Ediblethoughts Jul 9, 2009 08:33 AM

                                              Very agreed.

                                  2. Ediblethoughts RE: Ediblethoughts Aug 25, 2009 05:44 PM

                                    So since my earlier disappointments this year with the cookies, I've since tried them twice and with much better results. Not burned and nice gooey. Finding any other dessert there (like that flourless chocolate cake I had way back or the port au basque) is much less dependable (in that I haven't seen them when I've been there) but at least the cookies appear to be back.

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                                      magic RE: Ediblethoughts Aug 25, 2009 06:40 PM

                                      Thanks for the update! Maybe things have improved since I was last there in July.

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