doughnut cone toronto

Toronto is getting an Uncle Tetsu doughnut cone

Two of Toronto's biggest lineup inducing desserts are joining forces this weekend to unveil a new creation that you'll probably want to share with a friend or five.

Eva's Original Chimneys and Uncle Tetsu will serve up a Japanese cheesecake chimney cone (colloquially referred to as a doughnut cone) at the Concept space inside Yorkdale Shopping Centre.

doughnut cone torontoThis sugar bomb includes a cheesecake-stuffed chimney filled with soft serve ice cream and raspberry coulis. The whole things comes topped with another slice of cheesecake and a dainty tuile cookie.

From 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday, May 7, there will be 15 of these cones available per hour. Each one will set you back $15.

Lead photo by

Eva's Original Chimneys


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in Eat & Drink

Toronto neighbourhood unable to reopen patios because of brutal street construction

Toronto is getting a drive-thru food festival on the Canada Day long weekend

The members-only Spoke Club has permanently closed in Toronto

Toronto's beach-themed outdoor patio in a parking lot is open for the summer

Toronto's most popular brunch spot has permanently closed after 23 years

Toronto's most famous sushi restaurant reinvents itself in the face of fraud and a lockdown

Toronto pub known for its massive rooftop patio has permanently closed

People are lining up for the $1 tacos at this hidden gem in Toronto