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Oct 7, 2009 07:50 AM

Best Pumpkin Pie in Vancouver?

Looking for opinions on the best pumpkin pie as I am hosting a little Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday and am making my list...thank you.

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  1. Patisserie Le Beau on W 2nd just off Burrard used to make a killer pumpkin pie with whipped cream on top; don't know if they still do but try them. At the very least I think they still make pumpkin tarts which might be big enough for individual desserts.

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    1. re: Philx

      Thanks Philx. I called them this afternoon and yes they do still make the one with whipped cream on top so I ordered one and will let you know how it goes-I am sure it will be delicious!

      1. re: selena03

        Good to know, Philx. I go to PLB weekly and have seen the pies there but not being a big pumpkin pie fan had never tried them so didn't want to risk suggesting...

        1. re: selena03

          Selena: I hope you like it but yikes please don't blame me if it isn't up to your Thanksgiving standards. I can't stand the pressure :-)

          Best wishes

          1. re: Philx

            no worries...I am not a pumpkin pie aficionado or anything. I have only ever bought them from Safeway or Costco...I am sure it will be better than what I have had!

            1. re: Philx

              It was really really good-loved the fresh pumpkin taste-no cans used here (at least it didn't taste like it:). Thanks for the rec.

              1. re: selena03

                Glad you enjoyed it; they make a good lemon tart too and a very rich quiche lorraine (not for everyone). Their prices have gone up quite a bit in recent years but they were probably underpriced before given their quality of ingredients.

        2. I've had the pie at Whole Foods/Capers recommended although haven't tried it myself. They have it in a small and a large size .

          1. I had a very nice version at Thomas Haas today.

            And I salivate every time I walk into Sweet Cherubim and see their fresh pumpkin pies. (Shaped a little like a tagine.)

            1. Not a "premium" pie, but I had a pretty good one one from Uprisings on Venebles near Commercial Dr.

              I find that they do a good job at pies, coffee cakes and anything with seasonal fruit.