10 Reviews

First Review by ThatHippieMom

Not as expected. - Edit

I had a muffin, 2 cinnamon rolls, mac and cheese and the filled pastry with soy bits so quite a good start to properly review it. The rolls were kinda hard and not fluffy like I'd expect them to be, as I make them myself as well. But to be fair, I had them the day after so maybe they weren't as fresh anymore. The muffin (cinnamon chocolate) was pretty nice, moist and rich in flavor.
Mac and cheese... not a fan.
The filled pastry would be very nice if the dough used is not the same as you would get on an apple pie. It would be better if it was like a pizza dough.
The girl working there... no interest to even say hi. I had to wait for her to even be willing to talk to me so I can make my purchase.
With a few tweeks it would be a pretty good bakery. If I'm back in Toronto I'd check it out again.

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Amazing buns, good baked goods - Edit

I went here after heavy heavy suggestions from a gf vegan friend. It's in a great location, with lots of choice, and the prices are slightly on the higher side, but reasonable. They do a good job of gf vegan baking and I like that there is this option available.

The staff were not that friendly, they didn't have anything pumpkin spice even though it was the season (the other branch had it but was too far away), and there isn't really seating inside.

On taste - the cupcakes were disappointing, as was the crumble square. The cookies were alright. But the caramel slice and cinnamon rolls were divine - easily the best I've ever had.

Pros: Cinnamon rolls!, Location

Cons: Staff, Seating, Price

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My favourite bakery - Edit

Always happy with their baked goods and gluten-free is a bonus for my celiac friend. I've been a fan of their desserts since before I went vegan, which is a testament to how good they are.

Pros: Baked goods are so good that you can't tell they'r

Cons: Dinner pockets are usually too dry.

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Vegan and Gluten Free - Edit

I happened upon this place by accident but was really excited by their selection. I bought a butter tart and a sandwich cookie which I can't remember the name of. The butter tart was what I was most excited for but unfortunately it tasted like apple. They must have used apple sauce in the filling and KT overwhelmed the flavour.

The sandwich cookie was divine. The texture was entirely normal, which I wasn't expecting for a gluten free dessert. It was a chocolate cookie with a very creamy and smooth icing filling. It was the perfect sweetness. I would highly recommend, if only I could remember the name.

One aspect I was disappointed with is that it is only a to-go shop and that there is nowhere to stay and enjoy your pastry.

Pros: All vegan and gluten free

Cons: No seating, takeout only

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The best bakery! - Edit

We were in Toronto for about 10 days and went here about 6 times... We tried everything from their cinnamon buns, to their pumpkin soft serve ice cream and it was all brilliant. My favourite was the pumpkin scone (but only available on weekends at the time). Luckily they also sell Bunner's cook books so I now make their stuff back home too.

Pros: Great cakes, They have a cook book!

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Your dreams come true - Edit

Amazing!!!!!!!!

Pros: all the sweets

Cons: the interior could be rearranged

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Cinn Buns - Edit

Bunners is awesome. You must get there early in the day as these things sell out fast.

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My favourite vegan bakery - Edit

Bunners is special. Gluten-free baked goods have a tendency to be dry, but Bunners manage to make theirs very moist and toothsome. I have never had vegan gluten-free cinnamon buns as good as theirs. Their muffins are amazing. Unlike other gluten-free bakeries, they don't try to jack up the flavour with way too much sugar: these are definitely desserts, but they're not insanely sweet.

Pros: Many delicious options, As good as baked goods containing wheat, Near lots of other vegan eateries

Cons: They tend to run out of stock quickly

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All Vegan Bakery Delight! - Edit

Tried the mini cinnamon buns! We're lovely and flavoursome! Wanted to try everything! Defiantly need to go back! Staff were friendly and helpful.

Pros: Friendly Staff, Tasty Food, All Vegan

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Fun little bake shop - Edit

Stopped in here awhile back and was impressed at the ambiance. It’s a cute place with and helpful service. I purchased some kefir and a morning glory muffin and a savory “meat” pie. The only thing bad I can say is the muffin, which I ate the next day, was sooooooooooo dry and boring. The kefir was yummy and so was the pie. I definitely need to go back to try more stuff!

Pros: location, decor, food

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