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The Best Croissants in Toronto

The Best Croissants in Toronto

Searching for the best croissants in Toronto to eat?

Croissants are one of my absolute favourite pastries – slightly crispy on the outside and perfectly buttery and tender on the inside.

I’ve never been to France before, but I think Toronto’s got a pretty strong croissant game.

Whether you’re looking for classic French croissants or unique Asian-inspired flavours, you’ll definitely love all of these croissants.

Here are some of the best bakeries in Toronto to grab croissants!

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Best croissants in Toronto

Butter Baker

Butter Baker is a French bakery in Toronto, and they’ve everything from croissants, to cakes, to soft serve!

Their freshly-baked croissants are made using classic French techniques with fresh and local ingredients, including Ontario free-range eggs.

Grab their Smoked Salmon Croissant for breakfast or Chocolate Croissant for dessert.

You can find them downtown at Bay & Dundas or in Markham.

LOCATION: 120 Dundas St. West, Toronto, ON

Bake Code

Bake Code makes some of my fave pastries and desserts here in Toronto, a lot of them inspired by Asian flavours!

They combine French techniques with Asian flavours to make perfectly delicious and flaky croissants.

The Salted Egg Croissant, Vietnamese Coffee Croissant, and Roasted Milk Tea Croissant are my personal faves.

They also have seasonal and limited-edition flavours each month, like the Pumpkin Almond Spice Croissant and Blueberry Tea Croissant!

Their only Toronto location is at Chatime Yonge & Sheppard in North York, but they do offer delivery around the GTA!

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They’ve also got locations in Richmond Hill, Markham, and Vaughan.

LOCATION: 4910 Yonge St, Toronto, ON


Hazukido is another amazing bakery in Toronto serving up delicious croissants, including all kinds of sweet and savoury options.

They’re actually a chain based out of Taiwan, and Toronto was their first Canadian destination.

Try the Hazelnut Chocolate if you’re a chocolate lover or the Truffle Crab Croissant if you’re looking for something savoury!

They bake their croissants fresh daily using French butter and Japanese flour, so they’re perfectly crispy and tender.

They’ve also got a selection of classic and unique coffee and tea drinks, like their Okinawa Brown Sugar Macchiato and Charcoal Roasted Oolong Milk Tea.

You can find them downtown at the Atrium (Yonge & Dundas) and First Canadian Place (Bay & King), as well as around the GTA.

They’re also opening locations at Union Station and Shops at Don Mills!

LOCATION: Various locations

Le Gourmand

Le Gourmand has been in Toronto for almost two decades, and their chocolate chip cookies are a Toronto favourite.

They also serve up a few different kinds of croissants, including a delicious Rum Almond Croissant!

You can find their European-inspired bakery at Spadina & Richmond.

LOCATION: 152 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON

Nadège Patisserie

Nadège is more known for their macarons, but they’ve also got amazing croissants.

They’re a French bakery that makes their pastries from scratch every morning using premium ingredients.

Go for their Almond Croissants or their Raspberry Croissants (filled with actual raspberries!)

You can find them by Trinity Bellwoods on Queen or in the PATH by York & Adelaide (this location is temporarily closed).

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LOCATION: 120 Dundas St. West, Toronto, ON

Best croissants in Toronto:

  1. Butter Baker
  2. Bake Code
  3. Hazukido
  4. Le Gourmand
  5. Nadège Patisserie

These were some of the best bakeries to grab croissants in Toronto!

Have you tried any of these bakeries before? What are some of the best Toronto spots to grab croissants in your opinion? Let me know on Twitter or Instagram!

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