While the average Torontonian enjoys eating mainly white, crusty breads, that doesn’t stop Toronto bakeries from producing a huge variety of loaves from around the world. Here is a list of Toronto’s top ten bakeries to get your mouth watering.
1 Hafis Road
This is one of Toronto’s most established bakeries, which provides a multitude of different types of breads to over 350 stores, city-wide.
Brick Street Bakery
The Distillery, building 45a
Located in the Distillery District, on Toronto’s east side, this bakery is known for its good selection of breads and delicious sandwich counter.
1526 Bayview Ave
Although this bakery also boasts an impressive pastry section, it’s the incredible array of breads that make it famous in Toronto.
Golden Wheat Bakery and Pastry
652 College Street
This College Street favorite features a wide variety of authentic Italian and Portuguese breads and pastries.
92 Front Street E.
This bakery specializes in organic, gluten-free baked goods, and offers a multitude of breads and dessert items.
My Market Bakery
172 Baldwin Street
An excellent selection of home-baked breads can be found here, as well as assorted pastries and cookies.
576 College Street
A relatively new bakery on the scene, this establishment makes a fine assortment of breads, and is known for its delicious lattes.
St. John’s Bakery
153 Broadview Avenue
Famous for its walnut bread and baguettes, this bakery features many breads and pastries from which to choose.
93 Front Street E.
A good choice of breads, muffins and pastries.
West Finch Bakery
1107 Barmac Drive
A small, but popular bakery with local residents, this bakery features a nice array of breads and pastries, and bakes delicious custom baked goods for events and gatherings.