The Best New Brunch Restaurants in Toronto for 2015
The best new brunch restaurants in Toronto are a mix of long-established eateries that have revamped their menus and newer establishments that serve up old-school fare. Cross-cultural morning foods a la 2014 were out and classic Western breakfasts were back in a big way. This roundup is all about the familiar: bacon and eggs; pancakes; French toast; and Benedicts.
Here are the best new brunch restaurants in Toronto that opened in 2015.
Anthony Rose’s newly-refashioned diner on West Queen West serves brunch on weekends from 9 a.m to 3 p.m. On the menu you’ll find a mix of breakfast and lunch dishes including red fife short stacks, avocado toast topped with soft eggs, and a banquet burger on a soft potato bun.
The casual diner on The Danforth is serving up brunch seven days a week. The menu offers customizable pancakes and eggs Benedicts, plus an array of signature items smothered in hollandaise sauce. Try the Croque Madame Benny featuring poached eggs and fried ham over a grilled cheese sandwich.
Above and beyond your usual cafe offerings, this West Queen West cafe features an array of egg-centric dishes and breakfast sandwiches. Get platters packed with fluffy scrambled eggs, bacon, potatoes, salad and a bagel or opt for fried egg sandwiches or fish cakes with poached eggs.
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