325 Weston Rd, Toronto ON. M6N 4Z9 . Tel: 416.537.9696 | email: Info@DessertTrends.ca
Recipient of the top Gold Prize at the prestigious 2004 Culinary Olympics
Studied and worked in Canada, France, Italy and Switzerland read more
Steven Davey, The Now Magazine
The Globe and Mail
"Dessert Trends has drestically changed the pastry-shopping equation of the entire city"
James Chatto, Toronto Life
DT Bistro-Patisserie (formerly called Dessert Trends Cafe) includes a casual dining restaurant and an impressive Patisserie. It is located at 154 Harbord Street, Toronto, Ontario.
Dessert Trends Bakery is located at 325 Weston Road, Toronto, Ontario and is a wholesaler of the city’s best pastries and cakes for several reputable hotels, restaurants, grocers and clubs.
DT Bistro-Patisserie (aka DT, Dessert Trends or DT Bistro) opened in the Fall of 2005, shortly after Chef Don was recipient of the top Gold Medal at the prestigious World Culinary Olympics in Germany. The bright and airy Bistro with adorable full-window French doors, serves an exceptional lunch and dinner from Wednesday to Sunday. In addition to innovative Pasta, Seafood and Meat dishes DT serves impressive sandwiches (using bread baked in-house), excellent salads and an impressive large selection of fine pasties and gelato. Whether you are looking for a Café to relax in, a wholesome nutritious lunch to enjoy, an unforgettable dining experience or just wanting a convenient location to get some more of those delectable pastries, tarts and cakes, DT Bistro will be for you. The National Post has said “Before Dessert Trends, there were only two authentic Patisseries in all of Toronto”.
Dessert Trends Bakery opened in 1999 and quickly became the leader in the creation of fine pastries, cakes, truffles, sweet tables and cookies. Toronto Life Magazine says “best tasting cake in the city ... and best place to buy wedding cakes”. Jacob Richler form the National Post was correct when he said in January 2000 that “Dessert Trends has dramatically changed the Pastry shopping equation of the entire city”.