The Best Splurge Brunch in Toronto
The best splurge brunch in Toronto goes above and beyond basic bacon and eggs making it more than worthwhile to indulge on occasion. These minted menus boast seafoods, foie gras, truffles and so much hollandaise. Don't skimp on the sparkling cocktails either - you're best to be adequately day drunk when the cheque arrives.
Here are the best restaurants for a splurge brunch in Toronto.
See also: The top 50 brunch restaurants in Toronto
Pancakes and bennies on the brunch menu at this Junction Triangle restaurant aren't all that bad on pocketbooks, unless of course you take them up on the offer to introduce a slab of foie gras to any plate (+$16). Why stop there when you can go all out with a round of mimosas too? More »
Start with fresh baked scones and premium Caesars at this popular brunch destination in Liberty Village. The menu bills selections like fluffy blueberry pancakes and poached eggs smothered in bearnaise sauce on croissants. More »
Brunch is served Friday through Sunday at Chef Scott Vivian's meat-centric restaurant on Tecumseth. The menu will indulge any craving with options like doughnuts, crab cake Egg Benedicts, and challah French toast paired with duck confit. More »
Splash out on an extravagant mid-morning meal at either location of Origin (on King East or at Bayview Village) where you'll find short rib hash advertised alongside honey-glazed back bacon Eggs Benedict. It might be the priciest spot on this list, but tempting add-ons like devilled eggs and truffle fries are worth it. More »
Cocktails or spiked coffees are a smart way to start when brunching at this Spanish-influenced restaurant on King West. Far from your average greasy spoon breakfast, expect deluxe editions of bacon and eggs like patatas bravas specked with wild boar pancetta lardons. More »
Tapas-style brunch is the specialty served by this Spanish restaurant on King West. Look forward to shareable selections of charcuterie and cheese, plus tortilla de patates studded with spinach and Serrano ham. More »
Served weekends from 10am to 4pm, brunch at Bar Buca entails house-made pastries, strong espressos and a seasonal assortment of plates like cannoli flavoured pancakes and deluxe fried egg dishes comprising burrata paired with freshly shaved truffles or bay scallops with crispy prosciutto. More »
For a splurge brunch in the Distillery District, grab a table at this Parisan bistro and boulangerie. The menu features first class three-egg omelettes, bourbon pecan pancakes, and baked oeuf en cocette. Don't skip dessert either, praline profiteroles totally qualify for any mid-morning occasion. More »