Places for delightful baked goods in Vancouver

Whether you’re looking for a simple loaf of French bread or treating yourself to a decadent sweet treat, Vancouver has a wealth of businesses ready to satisfy your craving for baked goods. These amazing bakeries feature everything from dark ryes to innovative cupcakes. [Photo © Yellow Pages / Pages Jaunes]

Thomas Haas Patisserie

2539 Broadway W, Vancouver, BC V6K 2E9

If you’re watching your waistline, it’s probably best to avoid this shop on West Broadway in Kitsilano. Thomas Haas is renowned for making some of the richest pastries, cookies and chocolates anywhere in the Lower Mainland. You’ll find it nearly impossible to exercise restraint when faced with these famous treats, but when you're in the mood for indulgence, you need to stop here.

Ganache Patisserie

1262 Homer St, Vancouver, BC V6B 2Y5

If you find yourself in Yaletown and have a craving for something decadent, look no further than Ganache. They serve pastries, cakes and croissants and locals keep coming back in droves to devour them. Sample some of their amazing French macaroons, a layered red velvet cake or a pain au chocolat. They have a ton of perfect treats to serve on any occasion.

New Town Bakery & Restaurant

148 Pender St E, Vancouver, BC V6A 1T3

This spot is a must for anyone looking for savoury Chinese-style baked goods. They are famous around town for their steamed buns filled with a variety of ingredients, ranging from pineapple to barbecued pork. Take a seat in the restaurant, or pick up something to go and eat it in the nearby Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden.

Bread Affair

309-20560 Langley Bypass, Langley, BC V3A 6K8

Located across from the Public Market on Granville Island, this is a must-stop for bread lovers. Bread Affair makes some of the finest and most robust breads, from classic French and Italian breads to their amazing roasted garlic loaf. All of their products are made with organic ingredients, which are sourced locally whenever possible.

Aquilini Thierry Ltd

1059 Alberni St, Vancouver, BC V6E 1A1

Considered by many to be one of the best pastry chefs in the world, Chef Thierry Busset now calls Vancouver’s West End home. Spending his time honing his craft around the world in Michelin Star restaurants, Busset creates some of the finest chocolates and pastries anywhere. He's also won numerous awards for his contributions to the city's culinary culture. Stop in for some fresh macaroons during a day spent browsing the nearby shops and enjoying the vistas around English Bay.

Terra Breads

53 5th Ave W, Vancouver, BC V5Y 1H4

With multiple locations throughout the city and 20-plus years of experience, Terra Breads has really been setting the standard for bakeries in Vancouver. You can choose from a variety of breads, baked goods and pastries, alongside a host of amazing sandwiches that are perfect for weekday lunches. They take pride in using organic ingredients whenever possible and prepare them with traditional artisanal methods.

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