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Mabel’s Bakery, Toronto

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During a 3-month stay in Canada, I went on a quest to track down the best croissant in Toronto.

This carb-fueled journey brought me first to the steps of Mabel’s Bakery on Roncesvalles Avenue on the city’s west end (super cute neighborhood, by the way!).

Mabel's Bakery Toronto - street sign

When you walk inside, Mabel’s Bakery is small and has a laid-back, neighborly feel.

Mabel's Bakery Toronto interior

The wall to your right is lined with an assortment of freshly baked breads.

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    Mabel's Bakery Toronto - Breads

    There are two small tables, so it’s not really a great place to sit around for a while and chat with a friend or work on your laptop. It feels much more like a grab-and-go type of place.

    Mabel's Bakery Toronto menu on wall

    At the counter, you can order from the menu on the wall, but they have lots of pre-made meals both in the deli case and in a fridge behind you. It’s a great place to buy meals ahead of time to heat up for dinner during the week.

    Mabel's Bakery Toronto - Quiche

    Mabel's Bakery Toronto - Deli case

    Also, gotta appreciate their eco-friendly pasta stir sticks!

    Mabel's Bakery Toronto Pasta Stir Sticks

    I ordered a latte with almond milk and 2 shots of espresso. It was pretty good, but I thought even with 2 shots it was rather weak on the coffee.

    Mabel's Bakery Toronto table with croissant, latte, and raspberry pie on it

    Now, to the croissant:

    Mabel's Bakery Toronto - Croissants in case

    Mabel's Bakery Toronto croissant

    It was larger than average (always a plus) and perfectly crisp. But there wasn’t enough butter flavor. It wasn’t the best I’ve had. On a scale of 1-5, I’d rate it a 3.

    Mabel's Bakery Toronto croissant torn

    Mabel's Bakery Toronto Croissant torn into

    I also snagged a free sample of their raspberry pie. It had a great texture and crust but tasted like they didn’t add ANY sugar—very tart!
    Mabel's Bakery Toronto Raspberry pie samples
    Although I did frequent Mabel’s thanks to its proximity to where I was staying, nothing I tried there particularly wowed me. Still a cute place I wouldn’t mind stopping by again!

    Mabel’s Bakery

    323 Roncesvalles Ave
    Toronto, ON
    M6R 2M6, Canada
    Mon – Fri: 7:30 am – 7:30 pm
    Sat: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
    Sun: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
    They also have three other locations at
    1156 Queen St West
    Toronto, Ontario, M6J 1J5
    746 St Clair Ave West
    Toronto, Ontario, M6C 1B5
    2755 Dundas St. West
    Toronto, Ontario, M6P 1Y4
    Extra notes:
    Dairy-free or vegan? They do have almond milk at this location. They also have gluten-free vegan Spiced Lentil Loaves.
    Gluten-free? They carry gluten-free lasagnas and soups. And their Spiced Lentil Loaves are gluten-free.
    See their prepared foods list here

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