We’ve introduced you to some great lunch spots but what about those days you’re just in the mood for a little snack? Here’s a collection of the most tastiest and flakiest baked goods that Vancouver has to offer.
5 great flaky pastry spots
Beaucoup Bakery – 2150 Fir Street, Vancouver
Flaky croissants available in plain, chocolate, almond, cheese and chocolate-almond. Do also try the Kouign Amann, a dense pastry that is buttery, sugar bliss.
More info: http://www.beaucoupbakery.com/
Thomas Haas – 2539 West Broadway, Vancouver
The patisserie also specializes in delicious handmade chocolates, truffles, cakes and macarons. Also known for Sparkle Cookies.
More info: https://www.thomashaas.com/
Faubourg – 2155 W 41st Avenue & 769 Hornby Street, Vancouver
A busy bistro and café with a wide variety of baked goods, macarons and breads.
More info: http://www.faubourg.com/
Thierry Chocolaterie Patisserie Cafe – 1059 Alberni Street, Vancouver
The patisserie is also a popular café and chocolaterie, featuring cakes, fruit-filled macarons and chocolates.
More info: http://www.thierrychocolates.com
Patisserie Lebeau – 1728 West 2nd Avenue, Vancouver
Lebeau specializes in Belgian Liège Waffles, both sweet and savoury, as well as excellent bread and sandwiches to go.
More info: http://www.grababetterwaffle.com
Claudia lives in Vancouver. She's the mother of two teenage boys, and has a thirst for travel, chocolate, and pineapple margaritas. She writes and blogs as thetravellingmom.ca, offering a modern mom's guide to family travel sanity. She is much too active on Twitter as @travelling_mom.