Tag Archives | patisserie

Cadeaux Bakery Review

The gorgeous Cadeaux Bakery is one of the newest editions to the Gastown culinary scene. Located on Powell near Main Street, Cadeaux Bakery was opened by Chambar veterans Eleanor Chow and Slavita Johnson. They serve coffee & tea and make a large selections of tantalizing baked goods such as sweet and savoury croissants, a variety […]

Faubourg Macarons Now Available! [Review]

We stopped by one of our favourite French bakeries in Vancouver last week – Faubourg in Kerrisdale – for some coffee and Viennoiserie. When we walked in, the first thing we noticed is that Faubourg now bakes Parisian macarons! Finally! (They had been selling them for a few weeks when we visited.) If you know […]

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 […]

Faubourg Bistro Review – Parisian Brunch In Kerrisdale

Located in the heart of Kerrisdale is the delightful Faubourg Boulangerie. The front section of Faubourg is its bakery/coffee shop, while at the back you’ll find its lovely bistro. A light and airy high-ceilinged space, decked in hardwood floors, marble-topped tables and fanciful chairs imported from France, Faubourg’s bistro offers table service and seating from […]

Patisserie Lebeau – Desserts & Sandwiches

Patisserie Lebeau is famous in Vancouver for their delectably authentic Belgian waffles. However, they offer pastries, breads and desserts that are equally as good as their multiple sweet and savory waffle varieties. We’ve been quite a few times over the past few years to this patisserie and Belgium specialty store – read our first review […]

Plaisir Sucre Macarons Review

We visit Plaisir Sucre quite often, and we’ve previously written a review about this wonderful little authentic French cafe & bakery (seen here). Since I’ve been on a Vancouver macaron quest recently (Thomas Haas, Kitchening With Carly here and here, and Thierry), I thought I should try some from our local French bakeries. We first […]

Thierry Patisserie Macarons Review

I’ve been eager to try all the varieties of macarons that Vancouver has to offer, so we headed downtown this past weekend to Thierry (on Alberni Street, between Thurlow & Burrard) to taste their signature macarons. Part of the Top Table group of restaurants in Whistler and Vancouver (Araxi, Blue Water Cafe, CinCin, West), Thierry was […]

Thomas Haas Patisserie (Kitsilano) Review

Thomas Haas is a fourth generation pastry chef from Germany who began his Vancouver career as the Executive Pastry Chef at the Four Seasons hotel way back in 1995. Today, he runs his own cafes and bakeries called Thomas Haas Fine Chocolates & Patisserie – one is located in North Vancouver and the other in […]

Faubourg French Patisserie In Kerrisdale

Faubourg, one of Vancouver’s finest gourmet retailers, is an elegant bistro, bakery & coffee shop located in the heart of Kerrisdale Village. This place is certainly authentic – workers actually have French accents and really know their stuff! The contemporary patisserie offers delectable French baked goods such as Chausson aux Pommes, Brioche Parisienne, and Galette […]

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