From classic daifuku filled with cream to chewy pull-apart doughnuts, we’ve rounded up some of the most delicious mochi desserts in all of Toronto.
Here’s where to find the squishiest Japanese-inspired treats made with glutinous rice.
Mochi HK Waffles
Mochi HK Waffles are a special feature on the menu at Golden Bubbles. Look forward to the chewy bubble waffle series making a semi-regular appearance in flavours like matcha, taro, and milk tea.
Address: 3276 Midland Avenue, Unit C125, Scarborough
Whole Foods has added their infamously popular self-serve mochi bar to seven Ontario locations this summer. If you’re unfamiliar with this treat, you should know that it’s a Japanese-inspired dessert made by covering bite-sized balls of creamy ice cream with a sweet Japanese rice dough.
Address: Yorkville – 87 Avenue Road, Toronto
Address: Yonge and Sheppard – 4771 Yonge Street, Toronto
Address: Leaside – 1860 Bayview Avenue, Toronto
These chewy, “pon-de-ring” do-natsu can be found at Isabella’s Boutique Restaurant in The Beaches where Japanese brunches also include mochi pancakes.
Address: 2328 Queen Street East, Toronto
Address: 158 Main Street Unionville, Unionville
Address: 4750 Yonge Street, Unit 119, North York