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The Best New Bakeries in Toronto

The best new bakeries in Toronto arrived last year in the knick of time. Taiwanese bread, a slew of croissants and Indian pastries from a shipping container are holding it down with homey baked goods to get you through tough times. 

Here are the best new bakeries in Toronto.
 


Emmer
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Emmer

Join the line for loaves of chewy, flaky sourdough loaves from Harbord Village’s newest bakery. Decked out pistachio croissants, sausage rolls and pain au chocolat are just a few of the other reasons to visit.

Ba Noi
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Ba Noi

An Tran has turned what used to be his parents’ printing shop into Ba Noi, which translates appropriately to ‘Grandmother’ in Vietnamese. The menu switches up often but you can expect decadent butter tarts, chocolate chip cookies and loaves of sourdough.


Noctua Bread
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Noctua Bread

Croissant buns and Argentenian media luna have replaced pizzas where the Junction’s longest-running pizzeria once stood. After years of baking for businesses like Sud Forno and The Beet, owner Daniel Sáez now sells his own loaves and other treats.

Little Sister Baking
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Little Sister Baking

Akash and Tanvi Swar started off baking out of their home kitchen before their business took off. Now the sisters finally have their own space at Market 707 where they’re selling murgh makhani pav and ras malai cake out of a shipping container.


Tsuchi Cafe
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Tsuchi Cafe

Everything is plant-based at Little Italy’s Japanese bakery. It doesn’t beed dairy to be delicious, as proven by Tsuchi’s menu of ever-changing cheesecakes made with ingredients like coconut cream and pea milk.


LA LA Bakeshop
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LA LA Bakeshop

The Annex is now home to this Vietnamese bakery selling salted egg cakes that are too pretty to eat and a variety of precious milk buns sprinkled with pork floss. Not to mention banh mi, only sub the baguette for a croissant.

Petite Bouchee Patisserie
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Petite Bouchee Patisserie

If you’re on the hunt for full-sized cakes with ridiculously beautiful buttercream piping, look no further than the Junction Triangle’s latest arrival. Owner Nancy Claro also has croissants and pecan tarts for your midday break.


La Petite Colline
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La Petite Colline

Sharing a space with Shan Shan Cafe on Steeles Avenue is this Taiwanese bakery specializing in over a dozen types of bread, like perfectly square loaves of shokupan, garlic cream cheese and mentaiko baguettes.

CB Bottega
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CB Bottega

Sitting right off Humber Bay is the bakery offshoot of Toronto’s famous cheese purveyor, Cheese Boutique, located one minutes’ walk down the street. Score pecan pies and cheesy baguettes fresh out of the oven.

Lead photo by

Fareen Karim at Ba Noi. Additional photo by Tsuchi Cafe.


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