Parisian Bakery Opens in Toronto


TORONTO — Paris has come to Toronto care of Brioche Dorée, a new Parisian-style bakery that’s opened on the ground floor of the new Six 50 King West Condominiums at 648 King West.

Recognized in Europe, mainly France, since 1976, the café offers traditional French favourites such as croissants, baguette sandwiches, crêpes and quiches.

“We’re proud to offer a balanced menu of irresistible French favourites prepared and baked on site, meeting the demands of a busy lifestyle without sacrificing quality,” said Jeff Drake, president, Urban French Division, Le Duff America, Inc. (“LDA”), which oversees the development of Brioche Dorée.

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the King Street site is the inaugural location to offer an expanded menu for diners to order an early light supper with a glass of wine. The location also offers a coffee program with two espresso blends. 

The King Street Brioche Dorée is just a taste of what’s to come, as two more Toronto location are set to open this year.

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