Duft & Co.’s Delicious Baking Makes Adventure To Abby Worthwhile

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by Marshall To | Located in the heart of Abbotsford is Duft & Co. Bakehouse. The family-run bakery and cafe from Tyler Duft (FOH) and his wife Cassie Duft (BOH) is home to a nice variety of excellent sweet and savoury baked goods. It’s been a bustling, popular spot with a fast-moving line-up every time I’ve ever visited, and Cassie’s edibles are invariably as delicious as the room is aromatic, homey, and handsome. Suggestions: pane romano; lemon sugar buns; London Fog croissants; house-made doughnuts (Saturdays-only).

Duft & Co. Bakehouse | 103-2636 Montrose Ave. | Abbotsford, BC | www.duftandco.com

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