We ventured out along Queen St., with the original mindset of trying out a toasty version of Nohohon's Lavenderbrew (well, I did anyway). But that later changed as I caught sight of the new menu items: Japanese Candy Cane Cocoa and Nohohon Gingerbrew.
Given that the next stop was bound to be filled with chocolatey goodness, I skipped the first option and decided to go for a hot Gingerbrew with chewy tapioca pearls. A Green Haze (matcha latte with a gentle touch of hazelnut) with tapioca was also ordered.
Cold and hot drinks in hand, we then proceeded to Spadina and Bremner/Fort York. The Nutella Café is located within a rather compact Sobeys, just to the right (east) of the entranceway on Fort York Blvd.
The first bite was subtly sweet, comprising of the ideal crepe to filling ratio; the second was much sweeter, with Nutella gradually oozing out from the impact of the plastic weapon - er knife.
Each chew became progressively more difficult - the generous squirts of Nutella had caused the crepe to adhere to the roof of my mouth, making it almost impossible to remove had bottled water not come to my aid. To put it simply, it was "sticky and sweet" taken to the next level. The layers of spread had far surpassed the amount of strawberries, meaning that the sole refreshing element of the dessert could only be tasted every ten bites or so.
Returning to the Downtown Core, we realized that we would just miss the return train, and thus opted to explore the area until the next one would arrive.
(It also prepared us for the train-boarding moment of chaos that followed - old ladies thrusting their eco-bag-adorned limbs at your stomach and lofty, angsty businesspeople climbing over you to tap their PRESTO was a highly unenjoyable first experience for me. Really, what are manners in Toronto?)