Creme de la Crumb is a bake shop that serves up pastries and sandwiches. Everything is made fresh and brings in a busy crowd during lunch. The interior is quite small and everything is take-out. There are no chairs inside either. So, if you have an office near by, you probably should bring the food back and eat there.
My co-worker and I came here to try out their sandwiches. It was a block away from our office, so it was a quick walk. We arrived at 12:30pm and most of the items were already sold out. I guess you gotta arrive early if you want a particular item.
Cinnamon Bun ($3.25) was freshly made and I really couldn’t resist getting this little treat. It was a tad expensive for just a cinnamon bun, but it was good! The vanilla bean cream cheese frosting was not overly sweet and went well with the moist layers of the bun.
Oven Roasted Turkey Breast with Havarti Sandwich has a fig marmalade and greens between cranberry pecan bread. It was nicely toasted on the outside. It was a good sandwich, but I wish there was a bit more filling inside. I gobbled up this sandwich so fast. It was a good sandwich, but I don’t think I was too amazed by it.
Pulled Pork Sandwich is what HispterGirl had. It is also toasted on the outside. She said it was good but I forgot to ask more questions to her since we were so busy in the lunch room watching cat videos. Just go on Youtube and search up ‘Maru’. Cutest Cat in the world!!
Overall, the food from Creme de la Crumb was good, but can be a tad expensive. It’s still an option if you really hate line ups at the other restaurants.
We Rate Creme de la Crumb:
466 Granville Street