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The Best Chinese Bakeries in Toronto

The best Chinese bakeries in Toronto offer a wide selection of freshly-baked pastries. Whether you're looking for something sweet, savoury, or both, you're sure to find it here at prices that won't break your budget.

Here are the best Chinese bakeries in Toronto.

Writing by Darren "DKLo" Susilo. When not writing for blogTO he can usually be found tweeting here or pressing words into this blog. Top photo by chewables at Lucullus Bakery via Instagram.



Lucullus Bakery (Elm St.)
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Lucullus Bakery (Elm St.)

With locations near Yonge and Dundas, Markham and Richmond Hill, this is the go-to bakery for those looking for pineapple buns and fresh dim sum offerings. Their egg tarts are also among the best in the business.

Bake Code
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Bake Code

This Taiwanese chain bakery with ocations in North York and Richmond Hill serves up a fusion of European and Asian baked treats. Don't miss the mentaiko baguette and pork floss buns.


Mashion Bakery
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Mashion Bakery

This Chinatown bakery is popular with both locals and students thanks to its reasonable prices and quality pastries. Make sure to try the coconut tarts here, which are just sweet enough to make you want another one.


Ding Dong Pastries & Cafe
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Ding Dong Pastries & Cafe

At this small Chinatown bakery you'll find an assortment of interesting treats you don't always see at other neighbourhood spots. Case in point, the Koh Fan Banana Rolls, which are reminicient of Korean rice cakes and subtly tinged with banana and red bean flavouring.


Furama Cake and Desserts
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Furama Cake and Desserts

With downtown locations in Chinatown and First Canadian Place, Furama is a popular destination for solid honest-to-goodness Chinese pastries. One of the most popular items here is the fried curry beef bun and the deliciously gooey ham and corn bun. They also serve Canto-Western breakfast items like macaroni soup and ham.

Hong Kong Island Bakery
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Hong Kong Island Bakery

Another Chinatown favourite, Hong Kong Island Bakery is home to lovely little cakes and buns that locals adore. The pineapple custard buns are definitely a crowd favourite, and the almond cookies are apparently one of Susur Lee's guilty pleasures.



Chinese Bakery
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Chinese Bakery

Despite its generic name (its actual Chinese name roughly translates to Dragon and Phoenix Bakery), Chinese Bakery in Chinatown is still a name known to many who search for excellent Chinese pastries on the cheap. The quality of their spring rolls, taro pastries, and egg tarts is top notch.

Tung Hing Bakery
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Tung Hing Bakery

Tung Hing is one of Toronto's original Chinese bakeries with five locations in the city including one in East Chinatown. The mini cakes here are popular, but they also serve up excellent banh mi.


T&T Supermarket
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T&T Supermarket

This Asian supermarket chain owned by Loblaws has a bakery section stocked with freshly baked breads, coconut cream buns, pineapple buns with BBQ pork and an assortment of cakes and tarts. They also do Japanese cheesecake.

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