Paris Bakery and Pastry was founded in 2009 and is committed to providing customers with the highest quality fresh baked pastries and breads made daily in house. Come by and enjoy our modern and fresh environment, every day of the week, 365 days a year. Founders Jacqueline and Tony were both inspired to open Paris Bakery and Pastry after living in France and realizing Toronto was in need of an authentic French Bakery.
We offer a variety of options for anytime of the day. Come by for breakfast and enjoy a chocolate or butter croissant while sipping on one of our specialty coffee, under one of our beautiful canopies. Or stay cozy inside and try our authentic Mafra bread, you won’t find it anywhere else!!
You can also stop in for lunch and savour the soup of the day and one of our fresh sandwiches, a slice of pepperoni pizza, a Portuguese Sausage wrapped in a mouth watering pastry, and after your meal treat yourself to one of our decadent deserts. The Cakes and Pastries are heavenly!
Paris Bakery and Pastry is a French/Portuguese Bakery and anything you order will make your taste buds go wild.
Take a look at our Menu, then stop by morning, noon, or night and spoil yourself with a treat from Paris Bakery and Pastry.
I recently returned from a trip to France and have purposely been looking for French bakeries. I happened to come across Paris bakery by chance as it is fairly new, and beautifully done. The renovations are great, but they are nothing compared to the smell of fresh bread in the air and pastries being baked first thing in the morning. The croissant melted in my mouth.
A delicious option for French Cuisine in the Lansdowne area. I was visiting a friend and got a croissant and coffee, it was delicious. The staff was very friendly and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience and would recommend this to those passionate about baked goods
I had the meringue from this bakery - wow - delicious!
Paris Bakery & Pastry isn't exactly reminiscent of the type of place you'd encounter while wandering the narrow streets of France. That is, unless bakeries in France have Just for Fun gaming machines at the entrance. Or beer fridges at the back. To the novice these might seem out of place but neighbourhood locals should remember they were here when Bom Apetite used to occupy the space. Kudos to... more
The quality wasn't exceptional. Their bread is ok. The croissant weren't very good. Some of their pastries are nice. The pizza is ok. It always seems to be full of people though. Prices generally seem reasonable.