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BLOG TOJune 22, 2016
SALTED EGG YOLK CROISSANTS
“The Salted Egg Yolk Croissant has its origins in Hong Kong. After fluffing, the croissants are brushed with egg wash. They are then baked and brushed with a mirror glaze and finally topped with streusel.”
Best New Toronto Bakeries of 2015
TORONTO.COMJanuary 2, 2016
BEST NEW TORONTO BAKERIES OF 2015
“It’s the end of the year, so it’s time to look back on some of the best new bakeries that opened in Toronto. This year, international bakeries from New York and Japan set up shop in Toronto, plus a new batch of bakeries with cutting edge pastry techniques started serving up the goodies across the city. Here are our picks for the best bakeries that opened in 2015.”
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BLOG TOSeptember 27, 2015
BAKE CODE
“Bake Code has opened its first flagship in Canada, located at Yonge and Sheppard in North York. This Taiwanese chain, a “high-end bakery boutique,” shares a parent company with bubble tea franchise Chatime – there’s even a Chatime Express inside the bakery with a pared down menu – and combines European and Asian baking traditions.”
lets-make-goji
THESTAR.COMOctober 7, 2015
LEARN TO MAKE BAKE CODE’S GOJI BERRY ROLL
“The goji berry roll from the new Bake Code in North York is a strange and mysterious creature to non-bakers such as me. There is fresh yeast in it — yeast is always nerve-wracking, whether it’s fresh, frozen or dried — and a floury mixture called a water roux to keep it nice and soft. Dried goji berries are here, too, soaked in cold water and used to turn the dough a brilliant shade of yellow.”
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BAKERS JOURNALNovember 20, 2015
EURO-ASIAN FUSION HITS TORONTO
“What would happen if you fused together a traditional Asian and European bakery? If you took the look of a French bread, but gave it the softness of an Asian bun? If you set-up the artistic feel of a European bakery, but operated it in the self-serve style of an Asian one? Or took a French baguette and dressed it with fish roe and wasabi?”
FRANCHISE
TORONTO LIFESeptember 17, 2015
TAIWANESE PASTRY SHOP BAKE CODE OPENS
“The first Canadian outpost of Bake Code, a Taiwanese import from the people who brought the Chatime tea chain to the GTA, opens today at Yonge and Sheppard. This franchise specializes in Asian-European mash-ups like chocolate baguette, baguette baked around a sausage and the mentaiko baguette.”
FRANCHISE
INSIDE TORONTOSeptember 17, 2015
TAIWANESE BAKERY BAKE CODE OPENS AT YONGE AND SHEPHERD
“Bake Code, a premium bakery boutique from Taiwan, officially opened at 4910 Yonge St. near Yonge and Sheppard Thursday, Sept. 17. On hand for the official ‘bread cutting’ to celebrate the grand opening of its Canadian flagship location.”
FRANCHISE
POST CITY TORONTOSeptember 18, 2015
FIRST LOOK: BAKE CODE BRING ASIAN-EUROPEAN
BAKED FUSION TO NORTH YORK

“Continuing in the trend of modern Asian patisseries and cafés that are popping up all over Toronto, the newest is the first Canadian location of popular Taiwanese bakery Bake Code. Bake Code, with a combination of European and Asian influences, was brought to Toronto by three school friends.”
FRANCHISE
TORONTO.COMOctober 1, 2015
NOW OPEN: BAKE CODE
“Asian bakery Bake Code has opened its first location in Canada. The open concept bakery offers a cornucopia of pastries, breads and desserts. The bread section is self-serve which has guests, with baskets in tow, choosing from their massive selection of French and Taiwanese fusion breads. Choose from their red bean buns, multi-grain lychee rolls and red wine longan rolls.”
FRANCHISE
BEST OF TORONTOSeptember 27, 2015
A NEW ASIAN EUROPEAN BAKERY OPENS IN NORTH YORK
“The popular Taiwanese bakery chain, Bake Code, is now open Toronto. The location at Yonge and Sheppard in North York is the first in Canada, and the second in North America, following the recently opened location in Los Angeles. We attended the media preview just before the grand opening on September 17th, and discovered a bakery unlike any other in the city.”

① NORTH YORK STORE

4910 YONGE ST. UNIT 101
TORONTO, ON
M2N 5N5

PHONE:
(647) 346-3888

HOURS:
MON-THU: 8AM – 11PM
FRI: 8AM – 12AM
SAT: 10AM – 12AM
SUN: 10AM – 11PM


② HILLCREST STORE

9350 YONGE ST.
RICHMOND HILL, ON
L4C 5G2
(BESIDE HUDSON’S BAY)

PHONE:
(905) 237-8208

HOURS:
MON-FRI: 10AM – 9PM
SAT: 9:30AM – 6PM
SUN: 11AM – 6PM