The Best Eggs Benedict in Toronto
The best Eggs Benedict in Toronto are a pleasure to dig into, guaranteed to be oozing with golden yolks, and doused in luscious buttery hollandaise. While the iconic recipe calls for a base of English muffins and peameal bacon, this list showcases compelling variations made with smoked meats, fish or veggies and served on top of brioche, cornbread, or even meatloaf
Here are the best Eggs Benedict in Toronto.
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This Leslieville brunch spot is home to a range of signature bennies ($13-$15.50) topped with choices like pulled pork, brie, avocado, and bacon. There's also a build-your-own-Benny option starting at $10 for a plain benny with add-ons like spinach, roasted tomatoes, avocado, bacon or ham on offer for $1.50 to $2.50 each.
The build-your-own-Benny option at this Dupont eatery features a choice of house-made English muffin, multigrain or sourdough toast to start ($9.50), loaded up with farm fresh eggs and a beer-laced hollandaise sauce. Add-ons include wilted greens (+$2), baked white beans (+$2), and meaty features like bacon (+$2.50), sausage (+$5), smoked beef brisket (+$3.50) and more.
This diner on the Danforth is a shrine to Eggs Benny. The menu offers a build-your-own option as well as signature takes featuring hollandaise and poached eggs over things like meatloaf, croque madam sandwiches, and baked polenta with cajun peppers. Prices range from $10.62 to $11.95.
The Bacon Explosion Benedict ($17) at this West Queen West eatery features two smoked bacon patties topped with poached eggs on brioche bread with a hollandaise sauce that boasts a spicy kick. On the side, you get a choice of mixed greens, duck fat home fries or the house signature pad thai fries.
This Parisian-style cafe situated on Clarence Square does four different versions of its Benedicto ($11.90-$12.90). Built on an English muffin or brioche choose from combinations of sauteed spinach, smoked salmon, roasted portobello mushrooms or prosciutto with basil and tomato also doused in hollandaise.
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