We were already leaving the Nadège Patisserie, when we saw one of these theme tour groups (which must have been in Toronto’s patisseries) approaching, so fashionable these days.
The guide soon rushed to speak to capture the group’s attention: “This is Meghan Markle’s favorite confectionery in Toronto.” Okay, I imagine everyone should have posted a thousand photos on the Instagram making it clear that this was a place where princesses went in search of their cupcakes.
I tried to confirm the information, but I did not find a single place where I would say Nadège Patisserie is actually Meghan Markle’s favorite confectionery shop in Toronto, but I’m sure that if one day she tasted a candy there, she came back.
First because the place is so beautiful! But a beautiful one that is not pompous as you would imagine of a confectionery that receives royalty. It is a clean, white decor to the extreme.
The only colors of the environment seem to come from the candy, those yes very colorful.
I tried the pink blossom cake, with a well-aerated dough – it looks like almond flour – and strawberry jam inside. Cris ate a chocolate croissant with almonds and also seems not to have regretted it.
The prices are a little above average for the patisseries that we usually go here in Toronto, but I do not dare say it’s expensive because you get what you pay for. The cake I ate cost about $ 8, but it was a cake that – to my taste – well worth the price.
We were able to sit quietly, but I noticed that soon after it filled up. I also realized that a lot of people just went there to buy macaroons and take them home. I did not eat it this time, but it’s already been on my candy list to try out here in Toronto.
Nadège Patisserie is in various parts of Toronto, but the one I went to is at 78 Queen St W. See other places on the confectionery website.