Do you have a sweet tooth? If so, Toronto is a great place to satisfy your craving for something sweet. Here are the best places to treat yourself to the best cookies, cakes, ice cream, chocolates, and more.
Pizza squares are delicious and inexpensive. The $3.50 Margherita is a bit greasy but the dough is wonderfully thin and slightly chewy, while the mozzarella is fresh and flavourful. -- Daniel Bader via Foursquare
Perfect Barese style wood oven breads. Do not expect the ordinary here. The pastries are made from time honoured recipes and those breads. A must is the Red Wine Dark Chocolate Loaf. -- Joanna Sable via Foursquare
Everything cookie will change your life. Your life is empty and meaningless, you eat this cookie - BAM! You are Winston Churchill winning WWII with a babe on each arm. Eat that f'ing cookie, bro. -- Alice Moran via Foursquare
Great food; great service. However, sometimes the devil's in the details. Prices aren't shown on the blackboard...ask, lest ye be surprised. And if you want jam for your baguette, it's $0.50. -- Mark Orlan via Foursquare
Tried the Ginger & Almost Everything (vegan) cookie. They were alright -- texture is nice and soft, Ginger had slightly crisp edges too, but flavour-wise, Bakerbots cookies are better IMHO. -- plucker via Foursquare
La verdad es que viendo que el local siempre tenía una fila inmensa, me hice una expectativa bien alta de los cheesecakes y en verdad no tienen nada del otro mundo, hay mucho mejores en Loblaws. -- Sebastián Angel via Foursquare
Although the most popular item at this patisserie is the macaroon — in every flavor and color imaginable, from caramel to pistachio — the pain au chocolate with almonds is also a notable. -- ToryBurch via Foursquare