Photo of Constantinople Bakery and Coffee in Toronto, , CA
Photo of Constantinople Bakery and Coffee in Toronto, , CA
Photo of Constantinople Bakery and Coffee in Toronto, , CA

Constantinople Bakery and Coffee


turkish coffee • gelato • pistachio

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  • Photo of hickmagp
    7 months ago
    Stopped by for an ice cream and coffee. Nice choice of flavours and cool atmosphere. Lots of people hanging out on laptops with half drunk cold coffees. Got the window seat. Great people watching on queen street west.
  • Photo of Vylan T
    2 years ago
    Without a doubt the most amazing gelato you have or will eat in a long time. The owner is the winner of Chopped Canada (he's a chef) who has made the most amazing concoctions of gelato. Far from the typical flavours of pistachio, nocciolo or strachiatelle (spelling?) the gelato at Death in Venice is more like lemon ricotta rosemary, Turkish coffee, and eggplant tahini (no joke). He uses seasonal fresh local ingredients ONLY. Simply amazing and can't wait to come back and try all the flavours as they come out. Met the owner and he was humble, took the time to describe his process, very young so I bet he's got a long amazing legacy of gelato to leave behind! Besides that the cafe Constantinople is beautiful with lots of yummy stuff to eat.
  • Photo of Scottford
    2 years ago
    We walked in after they had closed, but the owner went out of his way and made us Turkish coffee and served us gelato. First of all, while we were very grateful for him extending himself when he really did not have to, I must say that the gelato was probably the best I have ever had and the Turkish coffee was also very good. You cannot go wrong coming into this café.
  • Photo of Jen M
    2 years ago
    Everything was truly delicious. The lentil soup was excellent. The best surprise ever was the housemade gelato. Interesting ingredients fusing sweet and savoury flavours that are totally unique - one even had beet root with rosewater, another with pistachio and something else (which I've forgotten). Apparently the flavours change all the time with the ingredients at hand. I can't wait to go back to taste the Turkish coffee. This place is a must visit.

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