Having spent an amazing time in the Canadian Rockies, I took an overnight plane and arrived in Ottawa to meet Eileen. She’s been an awesome host showing me around her hood. One of the most memorable places is the funky Auntie Loo’s Treats!
Check out the pink wall and that cute little kitten. Meowz!
The lady behind the counter serving us was rad and super friendly. That’s Eileen introducing me to all the vegan treats.
What’s the big deal with vegan bakery? It’s 100% dairy and egg-free, not neccessarily healthier I think since they’re still dessert and mostly sugary. Auntie Loo’s is known for their cupcakes that come in fancy flavors such as earl grey lemon, cranberry marzipan, and lavender vanilla just to name a few. I grabbed an apple caramel cinnamon bun (in love with cinnamon buns hehe), which was sweet and delicious.
A peak into where Auntie Loo’s treats were created. Very cool!
I love the decorations near the ceiling, gives the bakery personality.
Entrance into Auntie Loo’s Treats.
Auntie Loo’s Treats: 112 Nelson St, Unit 101C, Ottawa, Canada.
They have a funky website here, do check out the menu!
The Scone Witch
Apparently this is the place to get your scone fix in Ottawa. Here’s what I ate for breakfast at The Scone Witch. A seasonal scone that has rhubarb inside, making it tangy with the right crumbliness – simply divine.
Thanks to Eileen for bringing me here, she ordered the full scone meal.
The Eggwitch – savory scone filled with creamy scrambled egg and cheese. An awesome way to start the day before we checked out the parliament building.
The Scone Witch: 150 Elgin Street, Ottawa, Canada.