Have you ever tried a cube croissant? If you’ve never been to Asia there’s a chance that these delectable stuffed, shaped croissants haven’t been on your radar. Not until now, with the opening of Kream, a Korean bakery that had its soft launch earlier this spring.
After their opening succcess, Kream has had an exciting reception due to his video and photo-worthy desserts and drinks that will serve as the perfect after-dinner spot.
The cubes, or as they’re referred to, “bombs” are delicious square-shaped croissants filled with different custards and creams from chocolate and strawberry to black sesame. They’ve also got milk-based drinks like matcha milk tea to pair alongside your croissant bomb.
A few things to note:
- There’s only a small amount of parking nearby
- The bakery is small and more for take-out orders but there’s a cute photo-opp spot inside
- The desserts can be a bit messy so handle with care
- An example price: a strawberry Kream bomb is around $6-$7.
Where: 526 Yonge Street Toronto, ON M4Y 1X9