The Best Brunch in Toronto
The best brunch in Toronto is the perfect way to treat yourself on the weekend. Whether you're celebrating with mimosas and maple syrup-drenched pancakes or curing a hangover with egg-topped poutine, burgers, or biscuits and gravy, there's no shortage of fantastic spots to choose from in this city.
Here are the best brunch restaurants in Toronto.
Egyptian brunch on the east side is a very good reason to get out of bed. Favourites on the menu include eggs with foole, basturma scrambles and falafels with soft egg centres. Should you find yourself in line for a table, do yourself a favour and order a honey-cardamom latte while you wait.
Bring your appetite to Sunday brunch at this smokehouse and larder on St. Clair West. Everything on the menu is tempting, but standouts include the brisket tostadas, crispy fried chicken with golden waffles, and house-baked biscuits smothered in sage sausage gravy.
Chorizo empanadas with poached eggs, chorizo hash, chimichurri steak and eggs and French toast topped with dulce de leche and bananas are just a few of the very good reasons to visit this Roncevalles destination on the weekends Rice, beans, tostones and slaw with almost every meal practically guarantee that no one leaves hungry.
Maple bacon doughnuts and buttermilk biscuits with gravy are among the drool-worthy ways to kick off brunch at this restaurant on Tecumseth Street. For the main event, find crispy pork hocks with eggs, huevos rancheros and breakfast sandwiches piled with peameal, cheddar, Thousand Island dressing, iceberg lettuce and a fried egg.
Weekly menus offer creative takes on pancakes, poached eggs, scrambles, omelettes and French toast at this brunch spot on Sorauren. A good sample menu might feature scrambled eggs with sweet potato, carrot and squash curry, as well as an omelette stuffed with shaved turkey, fennel and Brie.
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