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tamish.jog Apr 11, 2009 12:47 AM

Hey, i was wondering if anybody new a really nice cafe/bakery in Toronto. I wanna go but I've seen a few that are more of a walk in order and get out bakery..i want a cafe but with very nice desserts and pastries. I'm looking to going with a few colleagues of mine. any feedback would be appreciated.
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    Yongeman RE: tamish.jog Apr 11, 2009 04:33 AM

    Not sure what area of the city you have in mind, so I'll suggest Nova Era, a Portuguese bakery/cafe which has several locations downtown.

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      juneplum RE: tamish.jog Apr 12, 2009 01:43 PM

      Frangipane is a lovely bakery with wonderful desserts - at Dupont & Spadina. It's a bit small for a sit-down type of snack, but well worth a visit!

      Le Pain Quotidien is another great bakery. More rustic, and larger and yummy yummy breads and sandwiches. It's just a block or so north of Bloor on Yonge St.

      Bounjour Brioche is another great spot. Its has a great brunch, as well as amazing baked goods... I remember it to have more savoury items (brioche, croissant, baguette, quiches) than sweet items, but the aroma that fills this little spot is just heavenly. It's on Queen st East near Broadview.

      Enjoy!

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        Tatai RE: tamish.jog Apr 12, 2009 08:50 PM

        Pain Perdu, on St. Clair west of Christie, has excellent house-made pastries, quiches, and light meals. It's very small and quaint, with a few tables and chairs.

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