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The Best Splurge Brunch in Toronto

The best splurge brunch in Toronto is for when you want to treat yourself, and maybe pamper a few friends too. Perfect for celebrating special occasions during the daytime, these restaurants ball out at breakfast with world-class mimosas, dinner-worthy burgers and knockout steak and eggs.

Here are the best places to splurge on brunch in Toronto.


Mildred's Temple Kitchen
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Mildred's Temple Kitchen

Splash out 20 bucks on Manhandler steak and eggs or $75 on cuvee rose mimosas for the crowd at this Liberty Village brunch destination.

Farmhouse Tavern
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Farmhouse Tavern

Go for a $19 Barnyard burger and add foie gras to anything for $16 at this rustic spot for farm-to-table eats in the Junction Triangle.


Planta
3

Planta

Sunday brunches at this popular Yorkville spot may be plant-based, but they’ll cost you, with menu items like $23.50 fried “chickn” mushroom waffles and a $29 “cheese and charcuterie” board.

Cafe Cancan
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Cafe Cancan

An all-in brunch of juice, coffee, a croissant, choice of entree and an eclair at this Harbord Village French bistro goes for $29, and you can seriously upgrade by accompanying it with a $100 bottle of Perrier Jouet Champagne.


Beast Restaurant
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Beast Restaurant

You can “go whole hog” on a brunch meal at this King West spot that includes a tallboy as well as bacon, chorizo, pork hocks, peameal, two eggs and toast for $30 at this restaurant with a frequently-changing menu.


Antler
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Antler

Upgrade an already indulgent $22 game burger of wild boar, bison and deer with a fried egg for $2 and foie gras for $18 at this Dundas West restaurant. You can also go for smoked wild salmon or smoked roast pork belly bennies, or a duck terrine breakfast sammy.

Bar Buca
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Bar Buca

Baller brunches of strapazzate (farm eggs with burrata and black truffle) and bistecca tagliata (PEI flat iron steak and eggs) hover around $20 at Yonge and Eglinton as well as King West locations of this Italian mini-empire.


Honest Weight
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Honest Weight

Treat yourself to oysters for brunch at this combination fish market and restaurant in the Junction, or go for a fish plate for $25, seared scallops for $28, or select your own whole fish from the case for $29. Latke bennies for $21 are topped with smoked trout and trout roe.

Portland Variety
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Portland Variety

King and Portland has this spot, where beloved brioche French toast and lemon ricotta pancakes slide in at $16, and you can always take it to the next level by going DIY with a mimosa bar.

Lead photo by

Jesse Milns at Mildred's Temple Kitchen

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