It isn’t rare to see Torontonians lined up on the street for delicious baked goods! Toronto has some fantastic options when it comes to baked treats, with croissants as one of the most popular choices. If you’re not sure where to start when it comes to finding the best croissants in Toronto, check out our list of spots in the city.

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Le Beau 


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Le Beau is one of those spots where you’ll likely see a lineup down the road. This bakery specializes in croissants so you know they are going to be delicious. Le Beau’s Pastry Chef Olga Spivak trained at the Ecole Nationale Sup√©rieure de la P√Ętisserie by Alain Ducasse and serves up croissants ranging from, raspberry, pistachio and dulce de leche.¬†

Where: Le Beau, 665 Dundas St E


This bakery/restaurant on Harbord is known for some mouth-watering croissants! The almond ones are a popular choice but while you’re there you may as well grab a pistachio one too.

Where: Emmer, 161 Harbord St

Bake Code Croissanterie

Located at Yonge and Wellesley is Bake Code. This bakery’s selection rotates including this month, where some of the features include raspberry rose, chocolate almond, red velvet, and black forest flavours.

Where: Bake Code Croissanterie, 626 Yonge Street

Nord Lyon 

Nord Lyon will not disappoint if you’re looking for a yummy and reliable croissant. Head over to Queen West if you’re looking to check out this French bakery. The classic croissant is the way to go and if you want to venture out, try the New York Roll croissant with crunchy milk chocolate, or the pistachio cream glazed with pistachio chocolate.

Where: Nord Lyon, 665 Queen St W

Geste Bistro & Boulangerie

Another spot on Queen West with croissants you do not want to miss out on. The head Chefs of this bakery, Virgyl Fernandes and Bikramjit Singh Chadha, were both classically trained in France. The ham and cheese croissant is my personal favourite.

Where: Geste Bistro & Boulangerie, 506 Queen St W

Bonjour Brioche 

On the other end of Queen Street in the city’s east end is Bonjour Brioche. The croissants are worth the wait here, classic and delicious!

Where: Bonjour Brioche, 812 Queen St E

Little Pebbles


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This bakery in Kensington has gone viral a handful of times for its giant croissants, croissant cubes and other stand-out flavours such as black sesame, yuzu coconut and strawberry.

Where: Little Pebbles, 160 Baldwin St #8

Fantail Bakery

Fantail Bakery is small and quaint but trust us you will most definitely want to stop here for a croissant. Their list of baked goods is long so while we won’t blame you for taking home other items, make sure to grab a sweet almond croissant!

Where: Fantail Bakery, 333 Roncesvalles Ave

Fleur du Jour

This is a spot for all the Midtown Toronto residents. On St Clair Ave you’ll find Fleur du Jour and their amazing croissants. While the classic croissant is delicious, be sure to try the Brietto croissant with brie and prosciutto.

Where: Fleur du Jour, 603 St Clair Ave W

Blackbird Baking Co. 

Blackbird Baking Co is in Toronto’s Riverside neighbourhood and if you’re heading there on a weekend expect a lineup. This bakery makes fresh bread you will want to make sure to order as well as their butter, almond and chocolate croissants.

Where: Blackbird Baking Co, 635 Queen Street E

Let the Toronto croissants tour begin!