Nadège

Toronto’s acclaimed French pastry shop is taking its sweet treats to the Annex

French patisserie Nadège is expanding, taking pastry chef Nadège Nourian‘s delicately-crafted cakes, macarons and chocolate to the Annex.

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The latest location sees Nourian build on her patisserie locations, offering Instagram-worthy mini cakes and themed collections that are sure to impress around every holiday season. The most recent offering, the Easter collection, offers “whimsical chocolate sculptures and Easter eggs,” crafted with tiny butterfly and ladybug decals, mini macarons and traditional dessert ingredients like vanilla panacotta, almond biscuit and milk chocolate.

Nadège already has boutiques in Rosedale, Queen West and the PATH, all offering delectable French desserts that are both picturesque and decadent. The Toronto-based bakery also has a head office where pre-ordered desserts are available for pickup.

According to reports, the patisserie will move into the corner space at Bloor St. and Albany Ave., taking over a former Starbucks space, across from a former Aroma Espresso Bar and Second Cup. Nadège will join a slew of other eateries in the area, including Fuwa Fuwa Japanese Pancakes, Victory Cafe, Slanted Door and, just around the corner on Bathurst, Mallo Coffee & Bar.

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While the exact opening date is not yet confirmed, Nadège is already causing those sweet sweet cravings with news of the upcoming 494 Bloor St. W. location.

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