The Best Portuguese Custard Tarts in Toronto – blogTO
Nova Era Bakery originated in Little Portugal on Dundas West, but has expanded to 10 shops (six in Toronto) over the past 20+ years, including to this location in Bloorcourt. This is a good place to grab a coffee and a pastel de nata (Portuguese custard tart). The tart is creamy, with the customary burnt top and a flaky crust. No wonder it was deemed one of the best in the city .
Best Portuguese Bakery in Mississauga! – Trip Advisor
“You can tell when a business is successful by the fact it is always busy. You won’t ever find Nova Bakery empty! Quite simply the best in-store baked bread and rolls, plus sweet and savoury baked goods. Great deli meats and cheeses as well. The jewel in the crown is the little cafe counter. Go and grab a roll, I favour the Pada buns, go to the counter and order your custom sandwich, toasted or plain. My favourite is Ham and cheese with mustard, Mayo, lettuce and tomato. Visit, you won’t be disappointed ” – Crumplehorn | Mississauga, Canada
Best Portuguese bakery in Toronto – Yelp
“Great bakery that makes excellent fresh sandwiches. The Steak and Mushroom Melt and Chicken Club sandwiches are excellent. Quick and friendly service. It’s become one of my lunch spots as it’s around the corner from my workplace.” – Dario S. Vaughan, ON
The Best Portuguese Bakery in the GTA – ThreeBest Rated
Fill a flaky pastry with an inch deep mouth watering custard and scorch the top after baking and put the most delicious, satisfying bites of heaven in your mouth.,and try to stop at one….just delicious.