Momofuku Milk Bar

Desserts, Bakery
$ $
190 University Ave # 2nd Floor, 2nd floor
Toronto, ON M5H 0A3
(855) 333-6455
11:30am - 10:30pm
11:30am - 11:00pm
11:30am - 11:00pm
11:30am - 11:00pm
11:30am - 11:00pm
11:30am - 11:00pm
11:30am - 10:30pm


  • Came once, never returned. It's absurdly expensive and the quality and taste of their desserts is not very good. $60 for a pie, I'd expect something that doesn't taste like a 4 yr old made it...
  • Don't be fooled! Milk bar doesn't actually have milk.
  • Crack it!!
  • Eat all the cookies!
  • Milk Bar pie (ex-crack pie) is too sweet (I have a sweet tooth!) but otherwise it's good - crisp crumb & soft filling. Cornflake chocolate chip marshmallow cookie is great - nice crispy-chewy texture
  • Strange setup. Ice cream served from cashier downstairs and the attendant may be busy and not paying attention. Definitely not the best Milk Bar.
  • Not quite like the ones in New York but at least you get a little taste
  • Compost cookie is actually really good
  • What David Chang got right in Momofuku he got wrong at Milk. Everything is way too sweet. Stick to the ramen downstairs and you'll be safe :)
  • Crack pie, cookies
  • Cornflake chocolate chip marshmallow cookie is pretty good on days like today - when they ran out of Compost cookie.
  • Marshmallow chocolate cookie!
  • It was a fridge with cookies and pies for picking. Why is this so exciting?
  • Had a compost cookie. It was quite good. It's like drinking the cereal milk from a sugary cereal with everything in it. Milk bar is aptly named.
  • I'm not sure how people expected to be transported to New York by stepping in the Shangrila, but for a simple fridge in downtown Toronto these are some pretty good deserts. Get that corn cookie
  • The cornflake marshmallow cookie is amazing.
  • You should really get that Corn Cookie.
  • They have ice cream now. Flavours: Cereal Milk, Double Double & a fruity looking one. It looks like it's churned in a slushie machine. New York this is not.
  • The crack pie gave me euphoria.
  • Go up one flight of stairs to the refrigerated room, grab your items, pay for them downstairs with the hostess. Put that crack pie in in your pie hole and rejoice.

Nearby places

190 University Ave (btwn Richmond & Adelaide St W)
220 Yonge St (btwn Queen & Dundas)
100 Queen St W (at Bay St)