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The Best Croissant in Toronto

The best croissant in Toronto is the hallmark of buttery simplicity. These crescents are painstakingly layered to make the laminated, flaky pastries of your dreams. 

Here are the best croissants in Toronto. 


Bonjour Brioche
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Bonjour Brioche

Irresistibly rich croissants are the result of a three-day baking process at Riverside’s wildly popular brunch spot. There are a few reasons to hit up Bonjour Brioche and croissants might top your list.

Patisserie 27
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Patisserie 27

There are dozen different types of stuffed croissants at this Baby Point patisserie, including chocolate, ham and brie with knobby twists.


Le Beau Croissanterie
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Le Beau Croissanterie

Regent Park’s French patisserie isn’t holding back with their elegant vienoisserie. Croissants are made with organic flour, a lot of butter, and filled with ingredients like sour cherry coulis.

Rahier
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Rahier

Resist ordering a dozen of these buttery crescents. Bayview's pitstop for morning baked goods is where croissants really shine.


Cherry Bomb
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Cherry Bomb

Aside from keeping Roncesvalles caffeinated, this neighbourhood cafe is also baking its own incredible croissants. You’ll find a mix of flavours on any given day, from leek and gruyere to blueberry.


Emmer
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Emmer

Harbord Village’s newest bakery hasn’t been around long but it’s already making legendary croissants with creative twists. Try the unreal twice-baked croissants with almonds and pistachio.

Fleur du Jour
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Fleur du Jour

Stop by this St. Clair bakery for flaky croissants fresh out of the oven. Their Brietto comes with prosciutto and an incredible layer of brie on top.


Geste
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Geste

Croissants and their cousins are the main focus at this bakery. High fat content makes these classic croissants a must when on Dundas West. For when you’re feeling wild, they also make cruffins.

Gouter on Eglinton
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Gouter on Eglinton

Head to Bathurst Street or the second location on Eg West for luxurious Nutella croissants and raspberry versions with sugar glaze and housemade jam inside. 

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez at Le Beau. Additional photos by @bestbitestoronto of Patisserie 27, @rahierpatisserie.


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