L’Opera Patisserie and Cafe

My friends and I dropped by L’Opera Patisserie and Cafe (5291 Yonge Street) after a fun escape room session at Great Escape just upstairs. The owner greeted us and was super cheerful. All of the different cakes, rolls, macarons, and chocolates looked delicious. The menu also has drinks and savoury food options, but we really just wanted sweets to share amongst ourselves.

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L’Opera Patisserie and Cafe

The mini cakes are $4.50 each but $24 for six. We picked six of them and got them to go to sample with the rest of our friends.

BACK ROW:
royal chocolate, guava berry, tiramisu
FRONT ROW:
pina colada, strawberry mango cheesecake, caramel cappuccino

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delicious mini cakes!

ROYAL CHOCOLATE:
This was dark chocolate heaven. The unanimous favourite of the bunch.

GUAVA BERRY:
This had been my first choice, and it was really good! I don’t see that many guava-flavoured things around in Toronto, and this tasted so guava.

TIRAMISU:
This was noted to be one of their best sellers. It was really good, but I actually think most if not all of the other mini cakes we tried were better.

PINA COLADA:
Loved this one! The flavour is sweet and mild.

STRAWBERRY MANGO CHEESECAKE:
I really enjoyed this one, too, though it wasn’t really much of a cheesecake. I guess that was for the best since it ended up being a fairly light mini cake.

CARAMEL CAPPUCCINO:
I’m not usually a huge fan ofΒ desserts in the coffee/caffeine category, but this was good.

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