I'm really into cooking, vintage clothes, chocolate milk, craft beer, french fries, leftovers and then working it all off at the gym! The perfect crunch, buttery and with the almond taste was superb. Brioche Doree is a modern version of the quintessential French bakery and cafe. Menu including prices for Brioche Dorée may have changed since the last time the website was updated. We ordered a cappuccino and made ourselves cozy on two bright red stools by the huge front window — perfect for people watching and enjoying the sunny days to come. They kept these original beams when designing this store.
Savoury options are found in one display case: quiches, ham-and-cheese croissants, pre-made crepes, etc. He actually did very well. This new shop isn't as spacious as the images I've seen of its other location; with only a bar area consisting of roughly seven seats and the remaining area set aside for kitchen equipment, display cases, the cashier, a small refrigerator, and a lineup area, this new venture is clearly more of a grab-and-go spot. The new kid on the block may be new to Toronto however; Brioche Doree can be found in many other cities and airports all over the world, offering fresh baked pastries, cakes, sandwiches, soups and the ultimate French treat, crepes! As I walked through the large doors of Brioche Doree, the new Parisian inspired bakery at the corner of King and Bathurst, my nose was filled with the smells of toasty and sweet buttery goodness. The price is so right and I am coming back and leaving with an entire Box filled with them. Clumsy as I am, a bite of the croissant immediately resulted in an unappealing mess of crumbs. Both communal and private tables are available for seating.
The French really know their stuff when it comes to their cuisine. It looked and tasted incredible! They opened their very first Toronto store-front on King Street West a few months ago and I just knew I had to stop by and pay them a visit. So of course, I tried and took along with me something from every category in the menu. The process of careful inspection commenced. Read the full post with photos here! I cannot wait for developments and more store-fronts to hit other parts of the Greater Toronto area. Another smaller case houses neatly-placed glimmering danishes, flaky croissants, and other varieties of glistening pastries. Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published.
And making a crepe actually takes patience and skill. It is good to know that everything is freshly made every single day. The only difference is that there isn't a lineup, at least not yet anyway. The space inside is a beautiful modern cafe, the concrete walls and exposed pipes throughout offer an industrial twist. If you also love French Pastries and Cuisine as much as I do, you may be familiar with the 30 year old French Chain,. Customers are free to download and save these images, but not use these digital files watermarked by the Zomato logo for any commercial purpose, without prior written permission of Zomato.
Brioche Dorée menu in image format shown on this website has been digitised by Zomato. Filled with nutella and bananas, it was the perfect ending to our Parisian bakery lunch. Unlike my initial perception, the croissant was far from dense, but instead considerably flaky. Freshly made and authentic tasting quality French Urban Cuisine on the go with fantastic prices, here is one to add to your must-visit list of Cafes and Bakeries in Toronto. .
The baguette it was on was great though! There was also a combo option that included a small coffee, though it wasn't necessary for my particular level of mental alertness. You can learn more about Brioche Dorée at and also keep in touch with them via Twitter or on. And who better to teach me than Alexander from Brittany France, the birth place of the uber thin pancake like delicacy. Their croissants were good, but I personally loved the chocolate almond croissant best. While they oddly prevented the photo-taking of their products it's free advertising though? I definitely had to try their chocolate croissants, and also grabbed their almond chocolate croissant, a Parisien Artisan Sandwich which included Turkey, Brie and Green Apples on a French Baguette, a Smoked Salmon Quiche and their Crème brûlée. I love quiches and I also happen to love salmon, and the fusion combined so well. I know for a fact should they open up some near me up in the suburbs, it would be jam-packed every single day.
The atmosphere is enhanced by creative light fixtures and sleek chromium furniture. Please check prices with the restaurant before visiting or ordering. Baked goods, savory lunch items and a variety of coffees are readily available at individual counters. Walking into the Café, the first thing that caught my eye was the visible beams with lovely lights dangling off of them. There are pops of red everywhere in signage, chairs and seating that give it a sexy yet cozy Parisian feel.
Reminiscent of my strolls along Paris with large open windows with bakers whipping up crepes in every corner, the delicious scent filling the air. Prices subject to change without prior notice. Both were tasty — the bread was fresh, the chicken and lardons were deliciously smoky and the crunchy cornichons went so well in the Pate sandwich. Read it and eat it here: www. The oat bits, quinoa pieces, and flaxseeds coating the surface gave it a nice crunch, though the rest was soft and crumbly. It was also much richer than I would have preferred. With that in mind, I approached the counter hoping that Brioche Dorée would be able to provide me with an item that was somewhat filling, but not excessively rich.
I am later told that the particular look of this space will continue to be the prototype of the new and renovated Brioche Doree spaces around the world — exciting! Even though my crepe skills need a little bit of work, I made sure we would be eating the one I made for dessert, Alex promised it and some sweet toppings would be over at our table after lunch. And if they have leftovers, they would give them away to those in need. The croissants, tarts, crepes, macarons, everything! For the over-priced cost of a large coffee elsewhere, you can get a beverage + one or even two pastries or croissants at Brioche Dorée. Do not leave Brioche Dorée without getting one. After a quick tour and salivating over all the prepared food and fresh baked loafs of brioche, I got the opportunity to go behind the counter and make my very own crepe, also the very first one I had ever made. Before I tried them out, I checked out the entire store to get a feel of how they operate. My name is Erin and I am in a constant search for a full belly.
The Multigrain Croissant met all the requirements of an authentic French croissant in that it was noticeably buttery, with soft, fluffy layers and a flaky exterior; however, it was far from the type of baked goods I was accustomed to. Momentarily setting it back into the bag allowed me to catch sight of my now-greasy fingertips. At last the Multigrain Croissant was chosen, as it appeared to be the only somewhat satisfying baked good available. Frankly speaking, it just didn't suit my tastes all that well. Savoury options are found in one display case: quiches, ham-and-cheese croissants, pre-made crepes, etc. The only difference is that there isn't a lineup, at least not yet anyway.