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Wendy's launches breakfast in Toronto and here's what people think so far

Today marks the beginning of a new era. 

Wendy's is now the newest contender alongside Tim Hortons and McDonalds in the list of fast food breakfast menus, serving coffee and breakfast sandwiches every day from 6:30 to 10:30 a.m.

People are losing their minds over the new breakfast launch, and the internet is exploding with comments and reviews.

There are currently four items on the menu:

  • a breakfast baconator smothered in swiss cheese hollandaise sauce with six (!) strips of bacon
  • a sausage/bacon egg and cheese croissant
  • a frosty-ccino made with cold brew coffee and a choice of chocolate or vanilla frosty
  • seasoned potato wedges.

Online comments are surprisingly very positive so far, giving lots of praise to the hot honey sauce that comes with the seasoned potato wedges. 

As well as the potato wedges themselves, a contrast to the usual hashbrowns served at other chains - 

Of course, not everyone had a positive experience. 

But, for now, things seem to be looking up Wendy's.

If there's one consistent criticism so far is that restaurants stop serving the menu at 10:30 a.m, which is too early for some. 

Even rival Burger King had something to say about this.

The breakfast menu at Wendy's is now available in Toronto and cities across Canada. You can order via delivery apps too.

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