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10 new bakeries in Toronto you need to try at least once
New bakeries in Toronto represent the breadth (see what I did there) of Toronto's baked goods scene. From Asian and Middle Eastern influences to good old cinnamon buns, there's something fresh from the oven for everyone in this city with new places opening all the time.
Here are my picks for the top new bakeries in Toronto.
Expect ingredients like pork floss, salted egg yolk and seaweed at this proudly Asian-influenced bakery with a brand new location in Scarborough that people lined up for all day when it first opened.
Fans of cinnamon buns and cupcakes will be overjoyed to see that this bakery has arrived on St. Clair West, run by someone who used to make some of the most popular cupcakes in town.
Stuffed cookie lovers, take note: there's a new storefront in Mount Pleasant for your favourites, with flavours like reverse Oreo, confetti, chocolate chip Mini Eggs, Skor butter tart and cinnamon snickerdoodle.
This Brazilian bakery just opened a new location in the Junction recently, meaning there's another destination where you can pick up their ooey gooey Charlotte cakes topped with decadent brigadeiro truffles.
Sweet treats get a Filipino spin at this bakery at Ranee and Bathurst in North York, with ube de leche cakes, ube macapuno donuts and ube cheese pandesal.
Pastries, breads and desserts are perpetually changing at this Danforth East bakery that prioritizes using the very best ingredients and traditional French techniques.
Baklava lovers should head to this spot at Danforth and Pharmacy in Scarborough where they make pretty much every kind under the sun and package them into beautiful mixed platters.
This spot for vegan donuts expanded westward recently with a new location right near Dundas West Station. They still have all their inventive flavours like peanut banana bread, chocolate cheesecake and mango poppyseed, and they even do vegan cronuts.
This new bakery has burst onto the scene with multiple new locations in the city, including a brand spanking new one in the Distillery District. They do sweet and savoury pies as well as cookies, ice cream and milkshakes.
Nominal lahmajoun flatbreads are served at this newly opened Armenian bakery as well as manakeesh. They have varieties like cheese, hot pepper and zaatar.
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