While the Plateau has no shortage of cafes, the area right around Mont-Royal Station lacks a quality coffee spot to sit down and enjoy a cappuccino and a viennoiserie, and Cafe Noir right on the corner of Rivard and Mont-Royal looks like it's shut up its doors for good.\nEnter Le Toledo, the new cafe-bakery that opened last week on Mont-Royal at the corner of Drolet.\nThe bright, colourful space is sure to become a new favourite in the area, and I stopped by on Sunday to take it all in.\nREAD ALSO: Côte-Vertu Station Will Be Completely Shut Down For Three Weekends This March And April\nTL;DR This all-new bakery and cafe just opened on Mont-Royal, only a two-minute walk from the Mont-Royal metro station. All of their bread and baked goods are made in-house and the place smells absolutely divine. Check out pictures of my visit below.\nThe first thing you'll notice upon entering Le Toledo is the beautiful bakery kitchen, followed swiftly by the impressive spread of bread and baked goods.\nVia Lena Slanisky\nVia Lena Slanisky\nYou're invited to try some of their bread upon entering the open and inviting space.\nThere's also a cute little kids-area for families passing through.\nVia Lena Slanisky\nVia Lena Slanisky\nThe main seating area is a kitchen-style shared table that requests no laptops between 11 AM and 3 PM to save the space for guests enjoying their sandwiches and warm drinks.\nNot a problem for laptop users, though (they are called LAP tops, after all) as there is plenty of space all around the big windows, with cute cushions so you can lean back and type or sip away.\nVia Lena Slanisky\nThere are also comfortable and stylish couches and chairs near the back of the space for more intimate seating arrangements.\nIn addition to well-priced espresso beverages, they also offer sandwiches on beautiful baguettes and toasts that are as colourful as they are delicious.\nVia Lena Slanisky\nVia Lena Slanisky\nVia Lena Slanisky\nVia Lena Slanisky\nYou likely also noticed the muffins and other treats pictured above. The bowls in the picture above are filled with the homemade jams and marmalades.\nVia Lena Slanisky\nI ordered a cappuccino that was perfectly foamed, with a chocolatine that was flaky and delicious with a nice, rich chocolate inside.\nTheir coffees are also all served with a nutty little sugar cookie that I almost liked more than the chocolatine!\nVia Lena Slanisky\nVia Lena Slanisky\nThey've also got kombucha and iced tea on tap, so clearly they're ready for the warmer months.\nVia Lena Slanisky\nThe smell of butter, the whoosh of milk being steamed, the shout of "chocolatines chaudes!" from the kitchen, everything about Le Toledo makes my inner cafe-lover smile.\nThe next time you're passing by Mont-Royal station, be sure to stop in and take in the sights and smells of the Plateau's newest cafe-bakery.\nThey're open from 7-7, seven days a week. You can find them online here or on Instagram.