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Senses does not sell pastries and
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archival purposes only
Please your palate with delectables created
chef from France. Vancouver-based chain is
the very few places in Toronto able to stand
comparison with the grandest Parisian
p�tisseries. As such, Sense's pastries look
as exquisite as they taste delicious! Don't
miss out for example on the raspberry
bavarian tart: a base of raspberry bavarian
cream, beautiful vanilla mousse domes,
and fresh raspberries. The strawberry-green
mousse is also very interesting, although
flavours are a little subdued. Senses
also carries the very
chocolates, as well as their
chocolates, made by resident pastry chef
Two other Senses stores are located at
Queen & Yonge, and at 2901 Bayview Ave.
LATEST USER REVIEWS
The first Sense is about 9 years ago in Bloor St. The first time i saw the pastry is amazing. I never seen the pastry like that. But after few year the taste and the present make me very disapointed. Nothing suprise! Hope the chef can make some impact and nice looking stiff!
Taste is not bad i can say GOOD. Very real taste!
I come from Montreal, and I am used to having lovely pastries an arm stretch of me at all time. Someone had mentionned to me that Senses was suberb. So I had to go try it out for myself. I was unfortunately very disapointed. It was all presentation but without any substance. I would put their pastries from a flavor stand point equal to what you would buy in Loblaws.
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