The top 10 breakfast burritos in Toronto
Breakfast burritos in Toronto are an excellent way to wake up your taste buds. These tidy packages of eggs, beans, salsa and cheese promise bold flavours and help you start off your day with generous portions from all of the essential food groups.
Here are my picks for the top breakfast burritos in Toronto.
Easy's two locations are home to big Mexican breakfasts including a burrito stuffed with re-fried black beans, scrambled eggs, chipotle salsa, Monterey Jack cheese, coriander and caramelized onions. The bundle gets baked in a whole wheat tortilla and comes with guacamole and salad or home fries.
The King East cafe does a breakfast burrito that caters to the cash-strapped. Here, flour tortillas are loaded with scrambled eggs, scallions, mushrooms, cheddar, guac' and optional ham. House-made salsa verde comes on the side.
This West Queen West cafe is a neighbourhood favourite for brunch. Breakfast burritos are stuffed with steamed eggs, avocado, chili, salsa and cheddar cheese and come served with a side salad.
Twice baked beans, brown long-grain rice, pico de gallo, aged cheddar, avocado, salsa verde and sour cream all go into this breakfast burrito, along with your choice of scrambled eggs or nigari tofu.
This Roncy restaurant builds its breakfast burritos on flour tortillas with scrambled free-run eggs, chorizo and black beans. Bell peppers, guacamole, salsa and sour cream bulk it up even more, while a side of crispy home fries completes each order.
Find hunger-crushing breakfast burritos at brunch-time at this pub on The Danforth. Here, the standard order comes filled with scrambled eggs, black beans, salsa, guacamole and cheddar.
This dive bar at College and Bathurst does its over-stuffed Burro Favorito with scrambled eggs, sausage and melted cheese grilled in a flour tortilla and topped with salsa and a dollop of mole. Vegans can partake too with a meat-free version packed with tofu, frijoles, guacamole and pico.
The Burrito De La Granja is a highlight on the brunch menu at this mini-chain of Mexican cantinas. Here, the tortilla bundles come bursting with scrambled eggs, bacon, queso, chorizo, crema, and salsa verde.
Etobicoke eaters can fill up on massive breakfast burritos from this Mexican brunch joint. Constructed on whole wheat tortillas, these burritos are jam-packed with scrambled eggs, beans, guac' and chipotle sauce and come served with either home fries or salad on the side.
This eatery on West Queen West offers black beans, scrambled eggs, and your choice of cheddar or chevre all wrapped together in a flour tortilla and baked until everything is melted into a single delicious mass.
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