Nadège Patisserie (Toronto)

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If you’re interested in seeing more and reading about a fourth generation French pastry chef who has worked with Pierre Hermé’s right hand man, head on over to Spotlight Toronto to read my profile of Nadège the café/bakery and the person.  I spent a lovely afternoon chatting with Nadège recently about all things macaron and pastry related and shared stories about moving to Toronto from Europe!  If you live in or are visiting Toronto and love French pastries and baked goods, this is a must visit.

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  2. Mardi those macaron tarts are to die for! They look amazing as do the rest of the goodies (although if I were to be picky, some of the cassis macarons look a bit bereft of the filling). It wouldn’t stop me from devouring them though! 🙂

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  3. Detailed and interesting review, Mardi. It parallels Duchess Bake Shop, our Edmonton French Patisserie that opened September of 2009. Though Giselle is originally from Edmonton, she lived in Japan and in France receiving extensive training before returning here with her husband to open up their gorgeous shop that was sold out in one hour on the first day- and after one year they now know how to keep up, but have hired an entire team for the kitchen and thought there is no patio – they are the pastry shop and lunch or coffee stop in this city.
    🙂
    Valerie

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