Opening Soon: Red Moon Bakery & Cafe on Lake Shore

Red Moon Bakery & Cafe is now open.

Red Moon Bakery & Cafe is opening a new location on Lake Shore and Fifth Street, taking over the space previously occupied by Delicia Bakery & Pastry.

One of the lovely things about this location is that it’s on a corner featuring this beautiful mural of historic Islington. Named “The Way We Were, Islington ~1900,” it’s part of the Mural Mosaic Project, a collection of 28 murals that depict the history and culture of the Village of Islington. Painted by John Kuna in 2005, this particular mural offers a panoramic view of Islington Village during the time of Confederation in 1867.

“The Way We Were, Islington ~1900” by John Kuna

Red Moon Bakery, a branch of the esteemed Chhabra Sweets family business that originated in India in 1985, is known for its delicious cakes, pastries, sweets, wraps, and namkeens.

Under the ownership of Lal Chand Chhabra, who has a background in culinary arts, this eatery is dedicated to bringing the flavours and traditions of Chhabra Sweets to the local community.

Lal Chand Chhabra’s culinary journey began in 2017 at the Hyatt hotel in Delhi, where he worked as a chef. In December 2018, Lal Chand immigrated to Ontario and pursued further studies, then applied for a work permit and fulfilled his dream of opening his own business. Combining his culinary expertise and education, Lal Chand launched a new branch of ‘Chhabra Sweets’ in Brampton, named “Red Moon” as a tribute to his grandfather. It is located at 4 McLaughlin Road.

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This new location of Red Moon Bakery & Cafe is located in the New Toronto neighbourhood in south Etobicoke, nestled between the neighbourhoods of Mimico and Long Branch along the northern shore of Lake Ontario. 2864 Lake Shore Blvd W, Etobicoke, Toronto.

One response to “Opening Soon: Red Moon Bakery & Cafe on Lake Shore”

  1. I’m excited to have Red Moon eatery in our neighbourhood. Born and brought up in India, I am used to Indian savoury and sweets rather than Burgers which I consider as “junk food.”

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