Notable Dishes

Toronto's Best for Shareable Desserts

When the waiter swings by to ask about dessert, don't hesitate. These spots have sweet eats that are satisfying enough for two (or more).

  • Canoe
    • Canadian
    • Financial District
    Food
    25
    Decor
    27
    Service
    25
    Cost
    $94

    The post-dinner libations list is quite impressive on its own, but if you're looking for something more substantial (and shareable), try the butter tart wedge or the sticky toffee date pudding.

  • Celestin Restaurant
    • Bistro
    • Midtown
    Food
    22
    Decor
    21
    Service
    20
    Cost
    $79

    Choose from a rotating list of seasonal desserts, or find comfort in classics like the stellar creme brulee.

  • Beast Restaurant
    • Canadian
    • King West
    Food
    -
    Decor
    -
    Service
    -
    Cost
    I

    A few words for you to consider: maple bacon donut. A few more: sticky toffee pudding. Need we say more?

  • Chantecler
    • Parkdale
    Food
    -
    Decor
    -
    Service
    -
    Cost
    I

    We guarantee you won't see desserts like these anywhere else. Try the sea buckthorn parfait, in which a sour berry puree is layered with cream, rosewater and orange blossom jellies, and meringue, and topped with a crushed almond praline.

  • Richmond Station
    • Financial District
    Food
    -
    Decor
    -
    Service
    -
    Cost
    M

    With a daily chalkboard menu and seasonally changing dessert menu, the offerings here are never the same, but always inventive and delicious. We have a feeling you'll want to try more than one.

  • Cafe Boulud
    • Cafe
    • Bloor-Yorkville
    Food
    -
    Decor
    -
    Service
    -
    Cost
    E

    At a restaurant with impeccable presentation, the grapefruit givre takes the cake, so to speak. It's a sorbet-filled grapefruit with fresh grapefruit, grapefruit marmalade, rose-flavored Turkish delight, and sesame halvah, and you have to see it to believe it.

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