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Spotlight: Baker and Scone

Jeanne Beker
Classic scones with currants and owner Sandra Katsiou in her St. Clair shop

Above: Sandra Katsiou, founder of Baker and Scone on St. Clair Avenue.

Welcome back, Baker and Scone.

Baker and Scone is back with their signature scones for the fourth year. Chef Sandra Katsiou has a huge following of dedicated customers and has been featured on Toronto Life’s top-five list of best scones in the city.

Katsiou trained at George Brown’s culinary arts program. After working in restaurants and hotels, as a private chef for families, and operating a catering service, her plan to open a storefront location materialised in 2014 when she opened Baker & Scone, which immediately became Toronto’s most talked-about scone destination.

Her scones have a huge following of dedicated customers. The charming bakeshop and café on St. Clair West offers over 40 flavours of sweet and savory scones and a café menu that includes delicious seasonal soups, salads and brunch options. The baking takes place in an open area at the back of the shop, allowing customers to watch the magical process. Scone flavours include honey and pistachio, fig and candied ginger, lemon and black currant, old white cheddar, dill & chive, cornbread jalapeno and triple onion.

Drop by and enjoy a single, delectable scone or pick up a beautifully presented box to share with friends.

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Baker and Scone serves up sweet and savory scones: pumpkin pecan spice (left) and tomato goat cheese (right).