The Last Crumb Bakery & Cafe recently opened on Main Street. My sister was trying to get me out of the house, so she suggested we have lunch here. Since I love trying new places, I couldn’t say no.
It is located on Main and 15th near Burgoo. You can find street parking easily, but during busy times, you might have to park a bit further.
The cafe is 2 floors and is quite stunning. The whole concept of this bakery is to feel cozy and comfortable. It’s a great place to relax and catch up with friends over same good pastries and hot chocolate.
There’s a huge window in the back, so you can see them baking away! And they have a cool quote on their window – “Life is Short, Eat Dessert First”.
They have a bunch of different items to choose from.
They even have a few Gluten-Free items like macaroons, scones, cupcakes, and cookies.
They have a lot of different baked goods, I swear, their kitchen keeps pumping out delicious creations.
They are even whole pies on display. They looked so good.
What caught my eye when we first arrived was the board of hot chocolates. So many different kinds!
Almond Hot Chocolate with Almond Milk (M- $3.95) Instead of regular milk, they suggested to make it with almond milk, they assured me it was delicious and it sure was! It was smooth and so yummy!
Homemade Marshmallow ($0.50) was unlike any store bought marshmallow. Its kinda messy when you eat it, but it really can’t compare to anything found in store. If you have hot chocolate, you must order this!
They have a lunch menu at the back of the restaurant with special creations.
Proscuitto and Brie Sandwich with house made onion marmalade, arugula, pear and walnuts. The bread was baked fresh and was still warm when it arrived. The creaminess of the brie and the salty proscuitto always match perfectly.
Chicken BLT Sandwich with bacon, tomato, arugula and Dijon mayo. This was my favorite since the bacon was really thick and full of flavour.
Wild Mushroom Soup tasted alright. It definitely needed a bit more salt to bring out the flavours of the mushroom.
The food here is good, but not jaw droppingly amazing. The items can get quite expensive if you get a drink, sandwiches, and soup. Nonetheless, it is a great addition to Main St! I love how everything is made fresh and they are dedicated in using preservative-free and artificial-flavouring free ingredients.
We Rate The Last Crumb:
3080 Main St