Yonge & Macpherson St.
S. of Summerhill station, S. of the bridge
Take out & Eat-in
Summerhil subway station
Mon -Sat 8:30am- 6:30pm
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A real French bakery and pastry-shop, with
baguettes. Patachou knows its classics:
croissants, tarts, and eclairs
are all delicious. Also well worth trying are
more complex opera
and mocha cakes. The new pyramide cake
(a base of chocolate cake supporting a
pyramid of chocolate mousse hiding a
pistachio creme brulee) is very good as
well. Patachou is also our favorite place for
basque, a small
loaf of soft shortbread filled with anis-
custard; even in
France, it would be a rare treat! If you're
for breakfast or
brunch, Patachou has quite a few tables as
a patio open in
Summer. They also serve savory foods:
kinds of quiches,
sandwiches and salads with a French flavour.
LATEST USER REVIEWS
I ordered by son’s birthday cake from here and was quoted $80, however when I went to collect it had changed to $110. I was told that the manger had left a message with the price increase….that would have been fine if I actually had voice mail on my phone!!! Beware of the awful service and underhand tactics of the bakery to extort money from innocent loving parents!! I WILL NEVER EVER BUY ANYTHING FROM THIS BOURGEOIS BAKERY AGAIN!!!
I was, and I stress was, a loyal customer of Patachou for over 10 years but my recent experience has put me off the place completely. The staff were rude, which I can forgive, if the pastries are of a good quality, however their chocolate cake was tasteless and their macarons are very poor indeed.
A waste of time and money... there are better patisseries out there where you can spend your hard earned cash when you want a treat.
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