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Jules Patisserie Cafe

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Location: 617 Mt Pleasant Rd, Toronto, ON
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(416) 481-1666
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Cuisine: Bakeries and Pastries  Cafe  

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reviewed by Chloe,   visited on 2007-11-13 ,  overall
Cost Per Person $12   Tags: croissants, brioches, danishes, and cookies
I love Jules patisserie for breakfast, lunch and weekend take out. By far the best croissants I've had since my days in Paris in the 80's. Best goodies to take home and AWESOME for parties; Quiches, croques monsieurs and all the cakes are YUMMY! Definitely THE BEST French pastry in Toronto. Mmmmmm.......

reviewed by kevin,   visited on 2006-10-24 ,  overall
Just came back from Jules! I think the croissants are on a par with Celestin (my benchmark) and the pain au chocolat are better. I'll be back tomorrow morning to pickup some breads and other goods, or maybe stop by for lunch and see what savories there are.

Just south of Mt Pleasant and Manor. Same side as Celestin but two storefronts down from the SE corner.

reviewed by tarteaucitron,   visited on 2006-07-15 ,  overall
I like the fact that Jules is open on more days of the week than Celestin.

Just last week, I found myself looking at the closed doors of the latter, when I was hoping to pick up some baguettes and crossants. A gentleman on the street kindly directed us to Jules, a few doors down.

The baguettes, pain au chocolate, almond crossant and tarte au citron were all nice. I'd say they were at least as good as those at Celestin.

reviewed by Yongeman,   visited on 2006-07-14 ,  overall
I have to agree that Jules is excellent--but so is Celestin. Both are located at Mt. Pleasant and Manor Rd. (a couple of blocks south of Eglinton), Celestin on the north-east corner, Jules 3 stores south of Manor, also on the east side. I haven't had the same negative service at Celestin, and I like both of them.

reviewed by bogie,   visited on 2006-07-10 ,  overall
I have to say that their croissants, brioche, and pain au chocolat are fantastic. My wife and I are now taking regular Saturday walks here to enjoy pastries and cafe au lait.

Moreover, the baguettes that Marc makes are the best I've had in the city thus far. They are a bit smaller than Ace Bakery and others, but the taste is superior and crumb texture is tight so you don't get too many of those huge air pockets.

IMHO, Celestin just up the street had better watch out because Marc and his staff are friendly and humble. I have stopped going to Celestin lately because their service and attitude isn't even good enough to be called surly.

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