Footo Croissant in the Press
|French Pastries: From Paris to Macaroncouver
August 12, 2014
[Footo Croissant] also has torturously delicious macarons. Footo takes an organic approach when it comes to making their delicious treats by omiting food colouring and carefully pairing shell flavours with fillings.
July 22, 2012
You must give Footo Delights a try if you love croissants. They are simply the best I’ve had in Vancouver!
|Footo Delights: Did Someone Say Bacon?
April 11, 2012
Maple Bacon Croissant is filled with maple cream with bits of bacon inside. On the outside, there is a maple syrup glaze and more bacon. I loved the large bacon chunks on top and went really well with the croissant.
|Croissants @ Footo Delights
January 18, 2012
The Maple Bacon Croissants ... weren't bad at all. The croissants had a sweet custard-like filling, a piece of bacon on each end of the horn with minced bacon sprinkled on top of a sweet glaze ... We give props to Brenda for being very receptive to constructive criticisms and new ideas. If you are in the area and looking for a snack, give it a try.
December 23, 2011
The croissant had a perfect flaky texture and tasted buttery and fresh. It was simple but very good. It makes such a difference with baked goods when they are fresh and I think that’s what made it stand out from other croissants I’ve had.
|Made with Love and Butter: Footo Delights
December 14, 2011
The outside was very delicate and crispy with its light glaze. The inside was really soft. It wasn’t super heavy on the butter, but I could still taste it quite well.
December 7, 2011
[Brenda] has a huge passion for what she does, she puts her heart and soul into the products she creates and it really shows in the final product.
November 28, 2011
In my opinion, the croissants are worth a trip downtown because they are unlike any croissants I have tasted before. The shell is crispy and the bread inside is amazingly soft and buttery without being overly greasy.
|Footo Delights – Made With All Natural Ingredients
November 24, 2011
The croissants look absolutely scrumptious…
|Croissants at Footo Delights
November 1, 2011
Footo Delights is a cute little store run by Brenda Yip, who just recently graduated from the Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts with a Diploma in Baking & Pastry Arts. She specializes in croissants and desserts made from all natural products. Each whole egg down to the grain of yeast that goes in each baked good is all fresh.
|Baker’s Market @ Moberly Arts & Cultural Centre: The Sweetest Event
October 20, 2011
Brenda and her lovely assistant had a booth too! Footo Delights specialize in Fresh Out of The Oven croissants made with all natural ingredients! They have a store opened near Homer and Robson in Downtown. Her small stature may deceive you, but she makes good croissants.
September 7, 2011
Specializing in Croissants, Footo “Fresh out of the Oven” makes just that plain and filled croissants all day long! … The open kitchen allows for all to see the Croissants going in and out of the oven, you will also find house-baked macarons, everything is made using natural ingredients and having no artificial flavours, preservatives or chemical additives. The menu also features Croissant sandwiches, along with desserts that include panna cotta, tiramisu, chocolate and fruit mousse, strawberry tuxedos and frozen yogurt.
|Footo Delights: Brand New Pastry Shop Specializing in Croissants
August 19, 2011
[Brenda] has a huge passion for what she does and puts her heart and soul into the products she creates … They are the first croissant specialty store in Canada. It’s all fresh from the oven, so you know its not sitting around for a while … They pride themselves of only using natural ingredients and having no artificial flavours, preservatives or chemical additives.
|What’s New at PICA: Alumni Spotlight – Brenda Y.
July 21, 2011
|Footo Croissant review
June 29, 2011
Ah, the humble croissant. The mere mention of this buttery treat often gets peoples’ mouths salivating in anticipation, conjuring up images of leisurely afternoons in a Parisian cafe. Sadly, most North Americans are acquainted with the additive-laden croissants sold in the supermarkets and big chain cafes. Fresh Out of the Oven Croissant (aka Footo Croissant), new to Homer Street near the Vancouver Public Library, is hoping to familiarize Vancouverites with croissants as they were meant to be tasted.