The best danish in Toronto is typically enjoyed in the morning, but can brighten any time of day. Light, crispy pastry surrounds a gooey pool of fruit, whether it be berries, apple, cherry, or countless other options.
Here is where to find the best danish in Toronto.5 - mon K Patisserie
Place orders a few days in advance for danishes in orders of more than a dozen at this bakery on Coxwell. Options might include choices like mango or blueberry.
11 - Absolute Bakery
This cafe in Cabbagetown has chocolate danishes that won't break the budget as well as similar pastries like fruit turnovers.
7 - Nadege Patisserie PATH
Danishes number among the gourmet dessert creations at multiple locations of this bakery also famed for its macarons.
3 - Butter Baker
Fresh local fruit, eggs and herbs go into making the rectangular raspberry vanilla, fig vanilla and strawberry matcha danishes as well as round tarts embedded with halved pears at this narrow shop near Bay and Dundas.
4 - Patisserie 27
French influences provide the inspiration for the danishes at this patisserie on Jane, which include seasonal fruit varieties like mango blueberry, mixed berry and rhubarb, as well as savoury kinds like ham broccoli, mushroom olive and leek (all accompanied by a healthy dose of cheddar and bechamel, of course).
10 - Le Gourmand
Chocolate chip cookies may be the star of the show at this Spadina French cafe, but their danishes have perfect puffy edges and are filled with fresh, immaculately sliced fillings like berries and stone fruit.
6 - Montmartre Bakery
Reasonably priced, oozing danishes are made on site at this Scarborough bakery where they come in varieties like cinnamon, wild blueberry, apple, cherry and lemon.
9 - Dimpflmeier Bakery
This shrine to all things baked in Etobicoke is home to danishes filled with chocolate, cheese, Nutella or almond and drizzled with lots of sticky icing.
8 - Blackbird Baking Co.
Ontario plum, sour cherry, rhubarb, tomato ricotta basil and cherry cheesecake are just a few of the seasonal varieties of danishes available at this Kensington Market bakery.
by Amy Carlberg via blogTO