Sweet treats with added meaning
Toronto is known for its plethora of multi-cultural culinary delights and now with the addition of its first Thai bakery Patchmon Su-Anchalee it might take the crown as most diverse foodie city in the world.
At Patchmon Su-Anchalee most of the sugary treats are steamed, rather than baked, and made from a combo of eggs (a mix of chicken and duck), coconut cream, coconut flesh, rice and tapioca flour, palm sugar and mung beans.
Chef and owner Patchmon Su-Anchalee’s specialty is her selection of auspicious desserts, goodies that have traditional Buddhist meanings associated with them.
We say pick up some Foi thong for long lasting love.
The store is so new that their website isn’t fully ready but you can visit them in person at 2463 Bloor St. West, Toronto, ON M6S 1P7.