There are many foods that have become a staple for us in The 6ix and croissants are definitely one of them. These sweet and flaky treats can be enjoyed any time of the day after all. If you’re especially a fan of Hazukido’s fresh-baked croissants. The Japanese-French croissant chain has some of the most delicious pastries in the city and they’ve now opened a second location! This time, on the concourse level of First Canadian Place.
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So what makes these croissants so unique? Made with butter from France and flour from Japan, customers can find a sprawling array of flavours on the menu. They are made fresh everyday with a folding technique that gives it the perfect golden hue and flaky crunch. The eggs used are also premium, ISO and SGS certified.
Along with the classic options like chocolate and custard, the bakery serves Raspberry Panna Cotta, Caramel Pudding, Golden Cheese, Cod Roe and lots more. Whether you’re looking for a touch of savoury or sweet, you just might find the one that suits your tastebuds.
The Japanese-French croissant bakery recommends that each of their items be consumed on the day of purchase as they’re made fresh. Hazukido’s original location is at The Atrium over at 595 Bay Street. It’s open every Monday to Friday at 9am to 8pm. Their new location is open every Wednesday to Friday from 10am to 3pm.