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Cuisine type

  • Canadian Cuisine,

Dishes

  • Pastries,

Atmosphere

  • Casual,

Products and Services

  • Pastry Shop,
  • Bakery,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
Location
401 Jane St, Toronto, ON M6S 3Z6
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  • < $10,

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Meet the owner

The intoxicating scent of fresh baked bread and pastries wafts out the door of this small French pastry shop luring hungry passersby in. Patisserie 27 is the creation of Canadian-born Walter Sallese and Japanese-born Azumi Kimura. Although Walter had always enjoyed baking at home, he never considered it as a profession until he met Azumi. A trained chef from Japan, Azumi studied under French-trained chefs and had the opportunity to work in France for a year before moving to Canada.

The duo opened Patisserie 27 in 2011 using a simple division of labour - Azumi makes the sweets and Walter makes the bread. “This is the family tradition on my mom’s side in Italy,” says Walter, referring to some of the breads including Ciabatta and Durum Semolina, which are baked using his grandfather’s recipes.

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    Gianna59
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    As good as Paris!...

    As good as Paris!! Love the apple and pear danish!

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    Leslie D
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    Amazing Pastries

    Some of the best pastries I've ever had. Their almond croissaint is the best in the city.

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    Unassuming and tucked away on the west end at Jane and Annette Street, you won’t find a queue or a large crowd ogling over the maracons here—and that’s the true charm of Patisserie 27. It’s the neighbourhood spot where owner Walter and his wife Azumi make every maracon with love.

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    Venture west to the gentrifying Jane Street strip in Baby Pointe and you’ll find this charming French pastry shop serving some of the city’s finest viennoiserie. When you arrive, check out the chalkboard menu, which boasts a selection of classic French desserts including buttery plain croissants and sweeter options filled with chocolate, almond and chocolate banana. The quaint spot has limited seating inside so be prepared to grab your pain au chocolate to go and enjoy a quiet walk around the eclectic ’hood.

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