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The Best New Bakeries in Toronto for 2015

The best new bakeries in Toronto are a diverse bunch of specialists. While some are hyper-focused on homestyle sweets recreated from family recipes, you'll also find those who deal in humble but hearty loaves of bread, international delicacies, and even whimsical cake design.

Here is the list of the best new bakeries in Toronto that opened in 2015.



Roselle Desserts
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Roselle Desserts

This Corktown pastry shop is stocked with all sorts of indulgences. The pastry case here houses choux puffs, eclairs, madeleines, milliecrepe and savoury galettes, ready to be accompanied by a coffee and eaten immediately, or packed up in a box ready to impress at home.

Uncle Tetsu
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Uncle Tetsu

Light fluffy Japanese cheesecake that resembles a poundcake more than the dense North American version is the specialty at this bakery and cafe at Bay and Dundas. Exacting standards mean only a limited number of cakes are produced each hour causing lineups to be a common sight.


Prairie Boy Bread
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Prairie Boy Bread

You can pick up a loaf of double fermented rye, organic flax, or cinnamon raisin at this bread shop on College. The retail bakery outlet opened this past year having already won over the locals as a regular at the Bloor-Borden farmers’ market.


Maman
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Maman

This bakery cafe operates locations in New York and now Toronto's Financial District. You'll find the pastry cases here stocked with sandwiches built on house-baked baguettes, big soft chocolate chunk cookies, assorted cakes and croissants, eclairs, financiers, and more.


Millie Patisserie & Creamery
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Millie Patisserie & Creamery

Delicate layered crepe cakes, Japanese-style cheesecake, tarts, and pudding cups are all on offer at the second location of this patisserie specializing in French-inspired treats that feature Asian-influenced flavours.

Cakes Cove
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Cakes Cove

The whimsical cake shop on St. Clair deals in a delightful array of sweets inspired by sci-fi, fantasy and video game universes. Star Wars and Harry Potter-themed cakes are available for custom order, while the shop stocks an assortment of cupcakes in unique flavours and various confections shaped like C-3PO, human brains, and Nintendo controllers.



Fantail
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Fantail

Doughnuts filled with strawberry rhubarb, hybrid croissant-cinnamon bun creations, and vanilla custard tarts are just some of the pretty confections gracing the countertops at this bakery cafe on Roncesvalles.

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