Check out Vancouver's new Japanese bakery before it opens (PHOTOS)

Nov 2 2018, 7:06 pm

We’ve been excited to bite into the offerings from new Yaletown bakery Bake49 since it put up its signage in August 2018.

The¬†1066 Mainland Street street shop’s signature bright yellow branding hinted there were vibrant and good things in store for patrons who went there for a treat, and it definitely wasn’t misleading.

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The new Vancouver bakery revealed plans for a menu of decadent Japanese treats in September, and we finally got to try them ahead of its opening.

Bake49

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Bake49 boasts a small but stellar menu of Double Fromage Cheesecake, Saporo Style Cheese Tarts, Croquant Choux Crunchy Cream Puffs made with real vanilla, and a layered Tiramisu Soft Serve.

All offerings were developed by owners for this spot, which was years in the making.

Bake49

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Everything is made in-house, including the Double Fromage Cheesecake, which takes two whole days to make and achieve that layered melt-in-your-mouth goodness.

The bakery will be opening for a soft opening on November 7, so be sure to mark your calendar and get down to try it.

Bake49

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Bake49

Bake49 (Photo: Daily Hive)

Bake49

Address: 1066 Mainland Street, Vancouver

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