It has been more than a year since I’ve gone to Bunner’s Bakery in Spring 2016. I’ve been meaning to write a review on this quaint vegan and gluten-free bakery, but my blogging procrastination has held me back. In short, Bunner’s Bakery is an easy 7/10. Yummy and sweet. Make sure to come as soon as they open, since they have fewer items available towards the end of the day. Bunner’s Bakery Location and Best Time to Eat Bunner’s Bakery lives in the heart of Kensington Market in Downtown, Toronto. As soon as you enter the shop, you’re greeted with a cute sign showcasing their newest treat ready to meet the mouths of loyal and new customers. Chalkboard Menu at Bunner’s Bakery While you wait in line you can view a chalkboard menu and easily see the prices of baked goods. Isn’t this wall cute? Totally, Instagram-worthy. What’s in Store…
Honestly, my friend and I hesitantly stumbled into Cosmic Treats. There are so many vegan options at Kensington Market. We decided to enter the store, sit down and take a look at the menu. When we did, our mouths dropped and watered. I give Cosmic Treats an 8/10. They were friendly, the food was delicious and I felt totally junk food satisfied. If you’re non-vegan or vegan, you must try Cosmic Treats out! They have almost every junk food you can imagine, including vegan ice cream and drinks. Food Review We tried their deep-fried macaroni and “cheese” balls. We ate their “cheese” sticks. My friend tried the “meat” pot pie. I ordered fries because you can’t mess up fries. All of it was delicious. But my friend did not like the “meat” pot pie as much as the other stuff.
If you’re looking for cool vegan and non-vegan treats in Toronto, take a stroll down Bloor Street West and get something at Put a Cone On It.
My friend and I saw this cute store and decided to go inside.