Nadège Patisserie

Nadège Patisserie

On Queen Street West near Trinity Bellwoods Park you’ll find a little piece of France right here in Toronto.  Nadège Patisserie just might be the Yummy Local’s best find of the year, just thinking about all the amazing pastries, the macarons, the marshmallows…makes my mouth start to water!

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As a fourth generation pastry chef from Paris, Nadège Nourian’s patisserie is truly a masterpiece from the stained hardwood floors to the ultra modern decor;  this French bakery was born to dazzle the eye and wet your taste buds.

The only thing better than the cool surroundings are the delicious treasures found on display like works of art in a gallery.  The cakes are out of this world and the marshmallows ($5) are fantastic!

Warning! Do not leave the bakery without buying a “melt in your mouth” macaron  that come wonderful flavours such as blackberry-chocolate, cappuccino, and tonic marshmallow ($2 each / $20 for a dozen)

You will leave Nadège Patisserie with a smile on your face, guaranteed.

Open: 8am – 8pm

YummyLocal flikr Group Reviews:

Photo by Xander @416cyclestyle:  IMG_1692 @ Nadege         72% COCOA hot chocolate with chocolate mint marshmallows Nadege patisserie on Queen West

Photo by Xander @416cyclestyle: IMG_1692 @ Nadege 72% COCOA hot chocolate with chocolate mint marshmallows Nadege patisserie on Queen West

Photo by Xander @416cyclestyle:  macarons and caneles

Photo by 'Xander @416cyclestyle: macarons and caneles

Photo by TomFlemming:  Nadège Patisserie on Queen Street West (where they objected to my taking photos)

Photo by TomFlemming: Nadège Patisserie on Queen Street West (where they objected to my taking photos)

Photo by TomFlemming:   Croissants and Pain au chocolat at Nadège Patisserie on Queen Street Wes

Photo by TomFlemming: Croissants and Pain au chocolat at Nadège Patisserie on Queen Street Wes

Photo by alxnt:  Nadège Patisserie

Photo by alxnt: Nadège Patisserie

Photo review by charmgirl13:  Chocolate, olive oil and rose. Swoon!

Photo review by charmgirl13: Chocolate, olive oil and rose. Swoon!

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  1. I was just in Paris last weekend and I have to say the pastry array there is quite impressive. I cannot wait to try out this funky new find to see if it really does compare.

    Posted by Maria | August 9, 2009, 2:39 pm
  2. Hi, nice post about Nadege, however your address is incorrect, it’s Queen Street West, not East. Right beside Trinity Bellwoods park.

    Posted by Alicia | August 10, 2009, 12:08 pm
    • Hey Alicia,

      Thank you so much for letting me know about the wrong address.

      I’m guessing you’ve been to Nadège’s. What was your favourite?

      Alice,

      Posted by Alice | August 10, 2009, 1:20 pm
      • Hi Alice! I would have to say my favourite would be the Mango/Strawberry/Champagne cake (looks like a peach/pink teardrop)

        mmmm my mouth is watering right now!

        Posted by ALICIA | August 20, 2009, 2:20 pm
  3. I believe you mean macaron (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macaron) and not macaroon (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macaroon).

    Posted by gail | August 18, 2009, 3:15 pm
    • LOL. Thank you Gail for the correction.

      For you guys out there, the definition of a macaroon:

      are sweet foods made either with coconut and egg white or with a coarse almond paste formed into a dense cookie or confection. They are often confused (due to the very similar spelling) with the French Macarons which are entirely different in appearance.

      Posted by panda | August 18, 2009, 3:30 pm
  4. Macarons have got to be the most overrated foodstuff in the pastry world.

    Posted by Beth | April 25, 2010, 12:38 am
    • Macarons could be considered to be a glamorized cookie I guess but there are some really good ones out there.

      They’re also pretty expensive at times but I’m guessing they’re not that easy to make.

      Posted by panda | April 30, 2010, 2:27 am