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This Ottawa Cafe Just Got The Fluffiest Macarons & One Tastes Like Cotton Candy

Have you heard of Korean macarons? They are the latest food trend, and you can try them at this Ottawa cafe.

Dao Bake & Sip Cafe is a modern Japanese tea house-inspired cafe that sells mouthwatering desserts.

Here, you can try their new Korean macarons with three times more buttercream filling than a regular macaron.

The desserts aren't too sweet, and the creamy filling with the light and airy cookie is a delicious combination.

You can get your hands on one for only $3.50, and they are available in nine incredible flavours, including orange creamsicle, cotton candy, strawberry cheesecake, and red velvet.

Dao Bake & Sip Cafe

Price: $3.50 each

Cuisine: Cafe

Address: 1558 Merivale Rd., Ottawa, ON

Why You Need To Go: While here you can also try tons of other desserts like cheese tarts and Japanese cream buns.

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