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Where to find best Pot du Creme au Chocolat in TO?

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clarasev Sep 14, 2009 08:31 AM

Where can one find the best of these little temptations? Ideally I'd like to find a restaurant that serves them but a bakery will do as well.

My friend, whose birthday is coming up soon, can't stop raving about the pot du creme au chocolat she had at Corner House for a Summerlicious/Winterlicious menu one year. I've never seen it on their menu again. :(

I know Nota Bene, Niagara Street Cafe, and Forte have them on their menus at times...however, they don't seem to be on there right now.

HELP PLEASE! I'd like to present her with a delicious pot du creme au chocolat selection for her birthday.
Thanks in advance!

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    joellita RE: clarasev Sep 14, 2009 10:17 AM

    I know the Royal York Hotel makes an excellent Chocolate Pot du Creme, not sure if its still on their menu though.

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      clarasev RE: joellita Sep 14, 2009 10:49 AM

      Looks like it's no longer on EPIC's menu. :( Thanks though.

    2. sloweater RE: clarasev Sep 14, 2009 12:44 PM

      Gallery Grill had a chocolate cremeux on their last menu that was excellent. I can't say for sure whether it is on this fall's menu.

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        clarasev RE: sloweater Sep 15, 2009 06:56 AM

        Doesn't look like it's on their fall menu...

      2. Crispier Crouton RE: clarasev Sep 14, 2009 01:11 PM

        Splendido should still have their Chocolate & Coffee Pot de Creme.

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          clarasev RE: Crispier Crouton Sep 15, 2009 06:56 AM

          Hmmm Splendido might work nicely. Thanks.

        2. ingloriouseater RE: clarasev Sep 14, 2009 01:45 PM

          matisse in the bloor yorkville marriott has a chocolate pot au creme with bailey's

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            clarasev RE: ingloriouseater Sep 17, 2009 04:09 PM

            The bailey's may be a no-go but I'll keep it in mind. Thanks.

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