Ah, Nadege. This patisserie is truly a little piece of France in Toronto. I adore this shop. Upon entering, your senses are inundated with the smells of freshly baked croissants and bread, your eyes feast on the beautiful array of pastries, tarts, cakes, buttery croissants, a few sandwiches and various flavours of macarons including salted caramel, rose, pistachio and mojito.
Nadege is also the name of the owner: a pastry chef, chocolatier, confectioner, ice cream maker, traiteur, artist and baker, with experience running Michelin award-winning restaurants in France.
The space has a beautiful outdoor patio, where you can enjoy one of many delicious sandwiches, including smoked turkey with cranberry sauce, or even a pastry with coffee or tea.
This is the place to go to for a gourmet indulgence. Desserts and sandwiches may be a little pricey, but worth every single penny.
Nadege is open every day, beginning at 8AM.
780 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON
+1 416 368 2009
Google map: bit.ly/R81tS6
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