The Best Macarons in Toronto
The best macarons in Toronto might be small in stature, but they're big on flavour. You can find these sweet little treats, which originated in Italy and became popular in France - in patisseries across Toronto in an array of pretty colours.
Here are the best macarons in Toronto.
These colourful confections stand out like gems on the all-white countertops at this local chain of patisseries. Find almond meringues sandwiching buttercream, ganache and jam. The salted caramel is a must! More »
At Market 707, Petit Nuage has transformed a repurposed shipping container into a charming pastry counter. The selection of macarons changes seasonally, but expect to find flavours like Hong Kong milk tea, jasmine apricot, uji matcha and yuzu. More »
This boutique bakery operates outlets in Leslieville and at Yonge and Lawrence. There are 11 signature flavours, which include vanilla, chocolate, raspberry, passionfruit and pistachio. More »
Locations on Queen West and also at Yonge and Lawrence offer macarons in flavours like white chocolate, strawberry earl grey, matcha, lychee, and Spring My Love (saffron raspberry). At $2.25 each, the macarons are so good, you might break into song. (We're gonna rock down to Butter Avenue, and then we’ll take it higher!) More »
The selection of macarons is always evolving at this French bakery on King Street West. Shimmering gold-hued champagne macarons, wildflower, creme brulee, praline crunch, and black sesame are among the unique offerings. More »
The lineup of macarons from this Baby Point bakery isn't nearly as extensive as others on this list, but there's lots to love with flavours like raspberry, passion fruit and poire william, along with decadent chocolate, coffee and caramel. More »
This macaron specialist boasts locations on the Queensway and in the Annex. Expect to find at least 14 flavours daily in store, including favourites like cotton candy, birthday cake and red velvet. More »
French techniques and Japanese flavours meld at this pastry shop on Avenue Road. The delightful selection of macarons is always changing, but expect to find east-meets-west mash-ups including taro, green tea, ume/sake and black sesame. More »