Tag Archives | bakery

The Baker & The Chef Grand Opening

On September 6th, Eating in Vancouver & the World was invited to attend the grand opening of The Baker & The Chef, a brand new sandwich cafe right off of West Hastings and Cambie Street. Offering a myriad of delicious treats from daily fresh bread and sandwiches to delicious cakes and dessert, this new cafe […]

Have Your Cake And Eat It Too: Trafiq Now Features Cakes!

Vancouver, BC – Trafiq Cafe & Bakery is pleased to announce our brand new menu of beautifully decorated cakes. The Cake Ladies, Shelley McKenzie and Nicole McEachnie have been busy behind the scenes, designing our Spring Cake list and they are ready to share their delicious cake concoctions. Among the eight featured cakes, youʼll find […]

Trafiq Café & Bakery West Vancouver Review

French-inspired Trafiq Café & Bakery is a neighbourhood favourite located on Marine Drive in West Vancouver. We really enjoyed our visit to Trafiq’s newer sister cafe on Main Street a while ago, so we wanted to visit the original location to see how it would compare. Also a licensed establishment, this Trafiq has similar bistro […]

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 […]

Trafiq Café & Bakery Main Street Review

Trafiq Café & Bakery kindly hosted Eating in Vancouver last week, where we had the opportunity to sample some delectable baked goods and beverages. Situated in a prime location on Main Street, near King Ed, what struck us on arrival was how beautifully the café was designed – from marble-topped tables to chic black and […]

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 […]

New French Cafe & Bakery Hits Main Street

Vancouver, BC — In 1999 Sergio Salamonovitz, a well-known local pastry chef, opened Absolute Sugar commercial bakery in East Vancouver. He wanted to share his incredible baked delicacies with a wider audience and opened French-inspired Trafiq Cafe & Bakery in West Vancouver in 2005. The location was so successful that Sergio opened a second Trafiq […]

Ba Le Deli & Bakery (Kingsway) Review

Unfamiliar with banh mi? Well, they’re traditional Vietnamese sandwiches served on French baguettes. We’ve had authentic banh mi from street food carts in Vietnam (you can read about it here). If you’re a banh mi fan and live in Vancouver, then you’ve most likely been to a Ba Le location. There are three of these […]

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, […]

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