I had been hearing a lot of great things from local foodies on Instagram about how great Duft & Co in Abbotsford was. I knew I had to check them out. People also rave about their coffee. I am not a coffee drinker but I am a baked goods addict.
Here is their menu board. I found their prices very reasonable. Especially since everything is made from scratch with no preservatives.
Their croissants are some of the biggest I have ever seen! And how pretty are their danishes?
I had heard their focaccia bread was very good so I asked if I could have some with our meals. It looked so pillowy!
Here are some of their desserts in the cooler. I really wanted to try the peanut butter oat bar but the lemon sugar bun was calling my name.
Their London Fog was delicious and so was their iced chai tea latte. Both drinks were perfectly sweetened.
This is their tomato pie with a side salad and tomato soup. The pizza pie had a slight spicy kick to it and the side salad was very fresh with a light dressing. The tomato soup was so, so good and its one of the best I have ever had. The consistency was just right and it was so delicious. It was the perfect thing to dip the side of focaccia bread into. Best focaccia I have ever tried. It doesn’t need any oil & vinegar to dip into. It had so much herb flavour and had the right amount of salt.
This was their ham & cheese special of the day with a side salad. I really liked the Dijon mayo and garlic dill pickles in the sandwich.
Here is the beautiful box of goodies we took home: their croissants, lemon curd danish, sugar bun and sticky bun. Everything was crazy delicious and I really like their lemon curd here.
I can now see why people were speaking so highly of this bakery. It is definitely one of the best in the Fraser Valley. I look forward to many future trips back to this Abbotsford hot spot.