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Toronto Eats: Tori's Bakeshop

We had a whirlwind trip to Toronto this weekend, marred by delays in air travel and an unexpected slumber party at a Newark airport hotel.  All the plans I made for sampling the amazing new vegan spots Toronto has were dashed.  I did managed to sneak in a couple hot spots and was especially impressed with Tori’s Bake Shop

Location: Toronto East (Beaches area): Toronto does have a beach area! While it isn’t tropical it is a cute area to hang out an eat treats

Ambiance:  Quiet and family-oriented.  The shop is a bright storefront on the famed Queen street.  Pastel colors and small nooks made into seating areas make it a wonderful place to relax with a cup of joe.  And yes, they do have wifi


  • Croissant - One word: heavenly.  It was light and crisp without being oily.  I loved that my hands were not greasy when I finished devouring it.  Non-The taste was rich without being too sweet, light but left me feeling satisfied.  5/5


  • Chocolate croissant – Take the review above and add chocolate.  Delectable.  Go to Tori’s Bakeshop and get that right now.  You are welcome.


  • Chocolate chip muffin –  Excellent.  It was dense and flavorful with just the right amount of chocolate chips.  It was big enough for us to share. The friendly attendant warmed this muffin to perfection.


  • Almond milk latte: “A” for presentation but a solid B+ for execution.  The latte tasted good, but it was not as hot and steaming as I am accustomed to.  I am nit picking

Overall: 4.5/5

Tori's bakeshop is the perfect venue for catching up with friends over dessert, or grabbing a quick coffee.  I can’t confirm that non-vegans would be fooled by the lack of butter in the pastries, but they will love the ambiance and tasty food either way.

High Protein Almond Smoothie

High Protein Almond Smoothie

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