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The Best French Bakeries in Toronto

The best French bakeries in Toronto are spaces where the baguettes, brioches and croissants taste like they're imported straight from the streets of Paris. Lovers of butter and bread are welcome in these fragrant shops.

Here are the best French bakeries in Toronto.


Bonjour Brioche
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Bonjour Brioche

Bread, quiche and pastries are simply magnifique at this cozy and crowded Riverside breakfast and brunch spot that's named for one of its most popular offerings. Sit down and enjoy your spoils or grab a baguette to go.

Gouter on Eglinton
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Gouter on Eglinton

North York and Eglinton West locations of this quintessential French bakery are known for their stunning croissants, as well as baguettes that are part of their own line of delicious breads. 


Patisserie 27
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Patisserie 27

Lineups form on the weekend in sleepy Baby Point neighbourhood outside this classic French patisserie that's best known for its croissants, macarons and danishes. There's also a variety of Japanese-named pastries like the Kurumi that traps caramel buttercream and praline walnuts in thin layers of almond sponge cake.

Nadege Patisserie
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Nadege Patisserie

Specializing in French macarons, this patisserie with a location near Trinity Bellwoods as well as a store in Summerhill, Annex and The Path has gained a reputation for its immaculate eclairs, cakes and bonbons. Unlike most spaces, they also offer ice cream and sorbet in the summer.


Rahier
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Rahier

This Leaside bakery makes macarons, croissants and tarts plus seasonal offerings like buches de noel, galette des rois and tourtiere. They even do croquembouche and a pain surprise that's filled with mini sandwiches.


Nord Lyon
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Nord Lyon

French bread, croissants and pretty pastries are the order of the day when it comes to this Queen West bakery that also functions as a restaurant where you can pick up a tasty lunch.

Thobors Eglinton West
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Thobors Eglinton West

Multiple locations of this reliable French bakery making breads, croissants, macarons, chocolates and jams. They also serve a breakfast/lunch/savoury menu that includes quiches, soups, sandwiches, omelettes, salads and petit fours.


Fleur du Jour
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Fleur du Jour

This St. Clair West patisserie and viennoiserie puts a creative spin on iconic items, including filling croissants with blood orange cream. Their name comes from a beautifully twisted pastry they make.

Bomou Artisanal Bakery
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Bomou Artisanal Bakery

Naturally leavened sourdough bread and refined pastries are what you'll find at this spot in Leaside. You can usually count on them for limited-time seasonal creations that are made into jaw dropping presentations.

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez at Gouter


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