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Feb 28, 2011 06:26 PM

Where to find Mille-Feuille (Napoleons) in Toronto?


I need help. Where can I find great/authentic Mille-Feuille in Toronto? Need them for Friday night - who's got the best in the city?

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  1. There is a bakery called chocolada I believe it is at yonge and steeles. You have to preorder the cake but it's one of the best napoleon cakes I've had..the cream part is what makes it..they use real cream not like some other places

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    1. re: cynthias

      Thanks Cynthias - I'll check them out.

    2. I've tried many places includinhg Chocolada. I think the best one is from Amadeus on Bathurst

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      1. re: Helen

        +1 for Amadeus.
        I hate when Millefeuilles are stuffed with whipped cream, which is very common around here. Amadeus does use creme patissiere in theirs.

          1. The absolute best are from Patisserie Saint-Honore at 2945 Bloor St. West. Lots of other good stuff as well.

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            1. re: mexivilla

              Seara Bakery on Keele. So. Good.

              1. re: magic

                I really like Rahier Patisserie on Bayview south of Eglinton. They sometimes do sell out of them though.


                1586 Bayview Ave, Toronto, ON M4G, CA

            2. Thanks folks for the suggestions. Just a clarification - do these recommendations include the Mille-Feuille that have the "thick layer" of white icing ontop? That style is what I'm looking for.


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                  1. re: magic

                    We went to Seara and they didn't have the classic ones I'm looking for. I'm still on the hunt.

                1. Hounds I'm still on the hunt for these. Can anybody help?

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                  1. re: taysdad

                    I didn't check the places quoted on here - Amadeus on Bathurst/Clarkl has the best I have ever tasted.

                    1. re: Helen

                      I'll check Amadeus - thanks. Appreciate it. Really looking for the classic.