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The Best Cheap Breakfast in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / December 7, 2015

cheap breakfast torontoThe best cheap breakfast in Toronto isn't fancy, but it sure can be filling. Bacon and eggs are the most common and budget-friendly option across the board, while you'll also find reasonably priced pancakes, waffles, French Toast, and omelettes on offer too.

Here are the best cheap breakfast options in Toronto.

Top photo of Chef George by aloorile on Instagram.

UFO Restaurant

UFO Restaurant

This old greasy spoon near Trinity-Bellwoods does two egg breakfasts for $5.95 on plates packed with bacon, ham or sausage along with homefries and toast. The price tag even includes a cup of coffee or tea. More »

Route 401 Diner

Route 401 Diner

Six bucks will buy you a three egg breakfast complete with a choice of bacon, ham or sausage with toast and home fries at this retro diner in Etobicoke. Before 11 a.m. the morning meal even includes coffee. More »

Chef George

Chef George

Find Chef George dishing out two egg breakfasts for $5 until just after 10 a.m. while pancakes or French toast sell for $4.49. For a couple bucks more, the Manileneos breakfast featuring crispy eggs, longansia (sausage), garlic fried rice and tomato salad is excellent. More »

Ritz

Ritz

Classic breakfasts for $5.80, pancakes for $4.80, and omelettes with rosti potatoes for $6.80 are all on the menu at this Fillipino-Canadian diner on Donlands. Spurge on the tapsilog (steak and eggs) with fried rice if you're feeling especially flush. More »

Amazing Ted's

Amazing Ted's

This '50s style diner on Kingston Road satisfies with basic breakfasts that won't break the bank. Three egg breakfasts go for $6 with all the fixins, while omelettes start at $6.20. More »

Grenadier Cafe

Grenadier Cafe

The early bird special served until 11 a.m. on weekdays at this cafe located on the grounds of High Park boasts three eggs with bacon, ham, or sausage with toast and home fries for just $4, and three-egg omelettes, buttermilk pancakes or French Toast for $5. More »

Mutual Street Deli

Mutual Street Deli

Fluffy golden waffles topped with syrup and whipped cream for $6, pita veggie omelettes for $5 and bacon, and egg combos for $5.75 are among the cheap and cheerful selections found on the menu of this diner on Dundas West. More »

New York Cafe

New York Cafe

This cafe on Broadview Avenue does traditional breakfasts for $5.50 that include three eggs cooked any style and served with home fries, toast and fruit. Until 11 a.m. each order comes with a choice of coffee, tea, or juice too. More »

The Goof

The Goof

Also known as the Garden Gate Restaurant, this Chinese spot in the Beaches slings a variety of breakfast plates all day long. Most orders ring in under $6 including chocolate chip pancakes, cheese omelettes, and two egg breakfasts with a choice of meat, potatoes and toast. More »

Donlands Restaurant

Donlands Restaurant

All day breakfast combos start at $6 at this greasy spoon in East York. Three eggs scrambled, fried or poached with potatoes and toast are the most wallet friendly, while adding on a choice of breakfasty meats will only set you back another 50 cents. More »

Lunch Box

Lunch Box

This eatery in the High Park neighbourhood does fluffy scrambled eggs with toast for $4.50 as well as a poached egg on a bagel for $4.95. The breakfast sandwich is excellent value too, priced at $4.50 and featuring a scrambled egg with crisp bacon and cheddar on a toasted English muffin for $4.50. More »

Oakham Cafe

Oakham Cafe

The cafe in the Ryerson Student Centre is home to $5 breakfast options including the Student Loan Special featuring a couple eggs with home fries, toast and a choice of bacon, sausage or halal chicken strips. There's also the Oakham Muffin that features a fried egg, cheddar cheese, bacon, tomato and chipotle sauce on a toasted English muffin. More »

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