Tag Archives | pastries

La Boulange Bakery Debuts at Starbucks Canada

Starbucks Canada is giving customers in British Columbia and Ontario* some delicious new reasons to enjoy more than just their perfect cup of coffee this morning.  Today, more than 70 per cent of Starbucks Canada cafes have transformed their pastry cases with the Canadian debut of a brand new assortment of classic French-inspired, artisanal pastries from […]

Origin Gluten-Free Bakery Victoria, BC

Origin Bakery is Victoria, BC’s first dedicated gluten-free establishment, providing fresh quality products for those seeking nutritious alternatives to wheat-based diets. Origin Bakery’s number one priority is to address the needs of those with Celiac disease, although it does strive to provide baked goods that taste great for everyone. Their bakers use high quality, natural […]

French Made Baking Review

We first encountered French Made Baking at the Vancouver Baker’s Market late last year. Initially selling their creations at markets and through their website, French couple David & Catherine opened an official bakery on Kingsway near Main Street at the beginning of this year. We were inviting to French Made Baking’s media event and had the […]

Faubourg – Vancouver’s Own Gourmet Retailer

This is our third review of Faubourg, Vancouver’s Own Gourmet Retailer. Our first visit focused on their delectable pastries, while the second featured a variety of their delicious weekend brunch dishes offered in their Bistro. And on this occasion I wanted to highlight a couple of their fantastic desserts. Out of sheer habit, we always […]

Baguette & Co Review – French Bakery And Coffee House In Kitsilano

We absolutely adore Faubourg in Kerrisdale and find ourselves there quite often, either dining in their Bistro for brunch or enjoying a few of their sinfully good pastries. However, we thought it was time to try a French bakery that we had never been to before and that was closer to our Kits home, such […]

Buns In The Sun Review (Kona, Hawaii)

Buns in the Sun has been a Big Island landmark for over 20 years with Kona’s best baked goods, including breads, cakes and pastries. They have become the “go-to” bakery and deli for breakfast and lunch for island residents and visitors alike. Casual and laid back, Buns in the Sun is located in Lanihau Center, […]

Uprising Breads Bakery Kitsilano Review

Uprising Breads Bakery is an East Vancouver icon with over thirty years in business. It has a reputation for good quality baked goods made at its Venables Street location that can also be purchased in retail stores throughout the Lower Mainland. The company recently opened up a second shop a few months ago in Kitsilano. […]

Bel Cafe Review – Rosewood Hotel Georgia

First opened in 1927, the recently renovated Rosewood Hotel Georgia is the city’s most historic retreat. While walking through this luxury boutique hotel, I marveled at its beautifully designed and gorgeously styled lobby. Located inside the Rosewood Hotel Georgia is the equally sleek and sophisticated Bel Cafe. Situated in the perfect downtown Vancouver location, the […]

Baker’s Market Vancouver Review

Located on Saturdays at Moberly Arts & Cultural Centre, the “sweetest event is Vancouver” is the Baker’s Market! There were quite a few vendors in attendance when we visited on Saturday (October, 29th). We were very impressed with the quality and selection of baked goods — these were serious artisans and professional bakers all showcasing […]

France Gourmande: Sweet French Seduction

Owner Marie-Christine Fuseau takes great pleasure in food and created France Gourmande: Sweet French Seduction to showcase her enticing French baked goods: “We bake. You enjoy. We are delighted!” Marie-Christine bakes a variety of authentic French pastries, like her delectable Galettes Bretonnes that we sampled at Baker’s Market Vancouver. Galettes Bretonnes-Breton Shortbread ($2.50 for two […]

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