easter brunch toronto

10 restaurants to eat Easter brunch in Toronto for 2015

Easter brunch in Toronto is an annual ritual for many. Whether you're celebrating the religious holiday or just celebrating the long weekend, there's no better reason to indulge on prix-fixe menus, AYCE buffets and seasonal specialties with family and friends.

Here's a selection of restaurants serving up Easter brunch in Toronto.

Daisho
The second-floor Momofuku restaurant will serve brunch from 11am to 2pm on Sunday, April 5. Enjoy original takes on brunch classics, like benedicts with king crab on fried bao, or an egg and lap cheong English muffin. Reservations are advised.

Cafe Boulud
Easter brunch, served Sunday, April 5 from 10:30am until 3:30pm at this Yorkville destination, will feature a three-course brunch menu for $65 per person.

Colette Grand CafĂŠ
The Parisian cafe at the Thompson Hotel celebrates Easter Sunday with an opulent brunch buffet served from 10am to 3:30pm. The all you can eat feast is priced at $75 per adult and $28 per child.

Mata Petisco Bar
In your hunt for Easter brunch, look no further than this Latin restaurant in Parkdale. Open for brunch at noon on Good Friday, and from 11am on Easter Sunday, they'll be offering a la carte dishes like breakfast poutine and coconut banana French toast.

The Bristol
The British pub on West Queen West is a great place to be on Easter weekend. Find fish and chips on offer this Friday, as well as brunch served from 10am to 4pm from Good Friday straight through to Easter Monday.

Scratch Kitchen
The midtown brunch spot is taking the day off on Good Friday but will open for brunch at 8am on Easter Sunday and Easter Monday. Expect classics like fluffy pancakes and egg dishes along with seasonal features.

Montecito
Special seasonal delights will be featured on the buffet line at this eclectic Adelaide St. restaurant on Sunday, April 5. Enjoy this AYCE Easter celebration for $35 per person.

Bosk
The Shangri-La Hotel is offering a three course Easter brunch on Sunday, April 5 between 10:30am and 2pm for $59 per person, as well as an Easter-inspired High Tea running now until Easter Monday.

Le Select
The French bistro will serve brunch from Good Friday through to Easter Sunday. On the menu are mimosas and plenty of a la carte options, as well as a $39 three-course prix fixe featuring selections like escalope de foie gras, grilled salmon hollandaise and creme brulee with fresh berries.

Casa Loma
This historic castle hosts a family friendly Easter Brunch on Sunday, April 5. Expect a spectacular buffet featuring classic breakfast offerings and a seafood bar. Adults can dine for $55, while children 13 and under are priced at $35 each.

Do you have a favourite spot for Easter Brunch? Suggest it in the comments below.

Photo of Colette by Natta Summerky


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