Even though it’s August, it doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy a tasty soft serve cone, right? There are plenty of spots around Toronto to grab a cone but a select few definitely stand out above the rest. There really is nothing quite like indulging in soft serve to satisfy a sweet tooth. Some of these places have incredibly unique toppings like pretzels, macaroons, churros, and more!
Here are our top 14 places to get soft serve in Toronto!
Find something new every week as the flavours at Bar Ape are typically planned around the availability of seasonal Ontario fruit.
Turning out tasty small batch soft serve ice cream and striving to achieve the highest standards of quality for each and every creation it makes is Taiyaki NYC. Get your craving satisfied when you get your hands on the cool soft serve that’s presented in one of the chain’s beautiful fish waffles!
Get yourself over to La Diperie on Queen West to experience the shop’s unique toppings featuring dip flavours such as oreo & ginger.
Turning out its signature hand-rolled dough that’s made with just seven ingredients is Eva’s Original Chimneys. You can build your own dream cone with choices like apple crumble, chocolate almond, PB&J, and lots more.
Petite bakery, Roselle, offers creative takes on traditional pastries, crêpes, soft serve, teas, and coffee. You’ve probably spied its Earl Grey soft serve all over Instagram too!
If you can’t get enough of your French pastries, you’ll love the the Nadege Patisserie ice cream shop that’s just around the corner from its Queen West location.
Tsujiri is a Japanese brand that’s best known for serving up all things matcha. The brand’s matcha soft serve should definitely be on your list as well as it’s infused teas and pastries.
From original soft serve ice cream to old-fashioned sundaes, milkshakes & banana splits, this iconic spot has been around since 1969 and it’s still killing it.
Not sure about the black ice cream trend? We say give it a try because iHalo Krunch’s soft serve is seriously tasty. This tiny but popular, minimalist spot offers Asian-inspired soft-serve ice cream in ultra chic black cones.
Jet on over to El Habanero & Churrobar for insanely decked out sundaes with toppings like cotton candy, cookies, and more!
If soft serve that’s extra is what you’re after, then Sweet Jesus needs to be in your life. Choose from the mega popular chain’s assortment of cones, cakes, fraps, hot chocolates, and even take-home kits.
If your dairy-free diet is what’s keeping you from enjoying some soft serve, then head over to Butter Baker for a truly delicious treat. Run by the folks behind Butter Avenue, this spot is known for its swirly pink and white soft serve in a tasty waffle cone.
Home Baking Co.
Can’t decide between ice cream and soft serve? Pop over to Home Baking Co. in Bloordale Village and you can mash up your own custom treat with a blend of the two as the shop carried ice creams from Ed’s Real Scoop. We hear the Earl Grey soft serve made with Sloane Tea is a real hit!
Most head to Wrvst for the weiners but you should really stay for the soft serve. The beer hall has two locations and both are serving up a great menu of soft serve with flavours like maple rosemary and toasted marshmallow.
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