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The Best Breakfast Sandwiches in Toronto

The best breakfast sandwiches in Toronto are typically some magical combination of bread, egg, cheese and bacon, but there are so many other awesome variations as well. They're worshipped by hungover people and those who want a quick grab-and-go breakfast on their morning commute.

Here are the best breakfast sandwiches in Toronto.


Lazy Daisy's Cafe
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Lazy Daisy's Cafe

There's a full menu of breakfast sandwiches with over half a dozen options at this Little India cafe, including ones with fried chicken or Mennonite smoked bacon, and they also have veggie and vegan options. Most of them come on famous handmade buttermilk biscuits.

Egg Bae
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Egg Bae

As much as possible is made in-house for these epic breakfast sandwiches found in Kensington Market, including the fluffy brioche bun. They also cure their own citrus pepper salmon and make their own pork belly sausage for their sandwiches.


Gold Standard
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Gold Standard

The breakfast sandwich served out of a Roncesvalles window is so good they named the whole place after it: cheesy eggs, aioli, pickles, Marie Sharpe's hot sauce and bacon or kale on an English muffin. They've also got a vegan version and a range of other sandwiches.

Egg Club
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Egg Club

Egg sandwiches come with lots of creme fraiche and other toppings like corn salsa, balsamic onion, avocado, bacon and even lobster at this spot near Yonge and Dundas.


Forno Cultura MOCA
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Forno Cultura MOCA

Multiple locations across the city of this Italian bakery are known for their sandwiches as much as their other artisanal products like biscotti.


Black Cat Espresso Bar
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Black Cat Espresso Bar

Both a Weston and a College location of this cafe serve a breakfast sandwich on a surprisingly tasty charred English muffin with bacon, egg and cheddar, or tomato and basil, or both.

Coco's
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Coco's

Bacon, egg, white cheddar and hot honey butter are all loaded onto a homemade "angel" biscuit for this Little Italy cafe's breakfast sandwich. You probably won't be able to resist picking up a couple of their other sweet treats too.


Vilda's
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Vilda's

Head down Dovercourt off West Queen West to find this converted convenience store serving a "brekky bun" with Chicago 58 salami, baked egg, smoked cheddar, spicy aioli and mixed pickle on a toasted everything spiced bun. There's also a veggie option available with asparagus.

Emmer
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Emmer

People line up along Harbord to get sausage, egg and cheese muffins with hot sauce from this popular bakery with a takeout counter. Take note, they're only available until 11:30 a.m.

Lead photo by

Fareen Karim at Coco's


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