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Where to eat the best sticky toffee pudding in Toronto

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Liora Ipsum Dec 23, 2016 1:06 pm 100

Is sticky toffee pudding your ideal winter dessert?

Does the spongy cake sweetened with dates and smothered in caramel sauce start call your name every time the weather starts to cool?

Here’s where to find the best examples of the traditional British dessert on menus in Toronto.

The Ceili Cottage

Sticky toffee pudding is a staple on the menu at this Irish local in Leslieville. The famous dessert is the perfect way to cap off a night spent slurping oysters and grazing on surf and turf boards.

Address: 1304 Queen Street East, Toronto
Instagram: @theceilicottage

Bobbette & Belle

Find family-sized and individual-sized sticky toffee puddings on the holiday menu from this Toronto-based confectioner. Fancy baking one yourself? Find the recipe in the bake shop’s cookbook.

Address: 1121 Queen Street East, Toronto; 3347 Yonge Street, Toronto
Instagram: @bobbetteandbelle

Queen & Beaver Public House

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Puddings are a specialty at this Brit-style public house. Find an ultra-sticky and authentic example on offer along with suggested ports to pair with said pudding.

Address: 35 Elm Street, Toronto
Instagram: @qbpub

Andrea’s Gerrard Street Baking

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Among the delightful selection of seasonal baked goods at this Little India bakery, find these lovely individual-sized pudding cups smothered in toffee.

Address: 635 Gerrard Street East, Toronto
Instagram: @andreasbakery

The Harbord House

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The sticky toffee pudding is a house favourite at this local haunt in Harbord Village. Often, the menu of scratch-made comfort foods, craft beer list, and cozy atmosphere are only a precursor to the main event: pudding.

Address: 150 Harbord Street, Toronto
Instagram: @harbord_house

Union Restaurant

Sticky ginger cake in salted caramel sauce is a spiced-up take on the classic from this charming farm-to-table restaurant in Ossington Village.

Address: 72 Ossington Avenue, Toronto
Instagram: @union_restaurant

Nota Bene

Sticky date pudding studded with pecan pralines and rum raisins, and finished with a scoop of brown butter ice cream is a sweet ending to dinner at Chef David Lee’s Queen West restaurant.

Address: 180 Queen Street West, Toronto
Instagram: @notabenetoronto

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Liora Ipsum
Daily Hive's Toronto Food Editor. Follow me on Instagram

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