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LOCATED AT KENNEDY ROAD & ELLESMERE ROAD Devotion & Care Continuing a practice begun centuries ago, Pâtisserie Royale uses only the finest ingredients to offer the very best in traditional Lebanese and Syrian pastries. VISIT US H A N D M A D E  T R E A T S Made with Love Each delicate pastry is assembled by hand and is made with real clarified butter, Canadian flour, Californian nuts and the finest Green Pistachios VIEW BAKLAVA MADE DAILY & TO ORDER Cream & CHeese Made with fresh cream or cheese with daily limited availability. Keep refrigerated. VIEW CREAM & CHEESE DIPPED, FILLED, SPRINKLED MOUTH WATERING Our cookies are handmade in house using the finest ingredients. Trays and assortments are available. VIEW COOKIES & MORE

TASTE THE DIFFERENCE FOR YOURSELF!

We invite you to come and savour the very best of Middle Eastern baking expertise and tradition. Continuing a practice begun centuries ago, Pâtisserie Royale uses only the finest ingredients to offer the very best in traditional Lebanese and Syrian pastries. Attentive service, honesty and the finest quality ingredients are what separate Pâtisserie Royale from everyone else. Taste the difference for yourself!

FRESH BAKLAVA

Crispy and Fresh. Made with the finest ingredients.

CREAM & CHEESE

Made with fresh cream or cheese. Keep refrigeratged.

COOKIES & MORE

Filled, Dipped, Decorated. Design and baked in house.

ALL PRODUCTS

Create your own party tray or mixed box. Choose from a large variety of baklava and cookies.

CBC Feature

SEPT 2021

At the centre of this place is a gentleman named Mohammad Jamous. He is originally from Tripoli and he came to Canada in the mid-70s, found himself in Montreal. He says he wasn’t intending on ever becoming a baker or a cook, but he was influenced by his dad, who is this well-known master baker.

So he’s in Montreal, which has a very thriving Lebanese community going back many decades, and he finds himself working at a very popular bakery there called Pâtisserie Mahrouse, which is still around to this day. That’s where he spends a decade and a half mastering baklava.

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TORONTO STAR FEATURE

NOV 2014
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