Places for the Best Brunch Toronto – Toronto, the capital of Ontario, is the largest city in Canada and also one of the most diverse. It has a great foody scene and lots of places for an amazing brunch. Lets discover the places for the best brunch in Toronto.
265 Broadview Avenue, Toronto, ON M4M 2G8
At Lady Marmalade you will be welcomed with inventive breakfasts & globally inspired brunches served in a bright, spacious and trendy restaurant. Lets check out some of the most mouth watering items from the brunch menu.
Mildred’s Temple Kitchen
85 Hanna Avenue, Toronto, M6K 3S3
Mildred’s Temple Kitchen opened with a love of food, people and the simple pleasures in life. Hidden away in the heart of Liberty Village, Mildred’s Temple Kitchen reflects the commitment from the staff to providing locally sourced, seasonal ingredients, which are then simply and sumptuously prepared. Offering a bright, relaxing and intimate setting, the warmth of Mildred’s lingers long after you leave. Take a look at some of the scrumptious brunch dishes available.
Mrs. B’s Pancakes
~Served with a wild blueberry compote, Lanark County organic maple syrup and whipped cream ~
~Mildred’s classic soft poached eggs on a flakey croissant with smoked salmon, topped with bearnaise sauce, served with mixed greens~
~A Mildred fave, black bean refritos and sharp cheddar cheese baked in flour tortillas and topped with two eggs sunny, fresh salsa, avocado smash and sour cream~
~Handcrafted burger, cooked to order, with tomato apple relish and garlic aioli, topped with tabacco onions on a pretzel bun, served with fries. Add aged cheddar or bacon~
Aunties and Uncles
74 Lippincott Ave, Toronto
The piles of reviews that rave about the brunches served at this quirky restaurant are all you need to see before heading on over to Aunties and Uncles and trying some of the delicious fayre for yourselves. And to tempt our taste buds here are a few of the specials on offer on the brunch menu.
~Arugula, Cucumber, Sundried Tomato, Red Onion, Black Olives, Tomato with Red Wine Vinaigrette on warm Focaccia~
~Scrambled Eggs, Pinto Beans, Cheddar, House-made Chorizo Sausage and Cilantro Sour Cream on Soft Corn Tortillas~
~Green Thai Curry & Dried Mango, served with Potato Salad & Greens~
~Black Forest Ham & Swiss Cheese Grilled on Challah with Dijon Mustard~
Banana Oatmeal Pancakes
~with fruit & real maple syrup~
The Good Fork
1550 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6K 1T5
A super modern, smart and trendy bistro with a casual vibe, serving a seasonally rotating, creative and highly recommended brunch menu. Here are some of the stars of the show on the menu at The Good Fork.
Emma’s Country Kitchen
810 St. Clair Avenue West, Toronto, Ontario, M6C 1B6
At Emma’s Country Kitchen, they LOVE brunch! Known as the little slice of brunch heaven tucked into St. Clair Avenue West. Choose from traditional brunch favorites, house cured meats and freshly baked bread, delightful donuts and signature brunch cocktails. Lets take a look at some of the delights on offer on the menu.
STK Steakhouse – Boozy Brunch
153 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, ON M5R 1C4, Canada
STK Steakhouse offer a weekend brunch from 11am until 1pm with more unusual options such as Jalapeno Pickled Shrimp Cocktail and Bigeye Tuna Tartare. They also do a great range of entrees like Smoked Pork Belly Benedict, Truffle Steak and Egg and Hot Chicken and Waffle. Of course what STK are really famous for though is their steaks! You can choose from Filet, Wagyu Flat Iron, NY Strip, Dry-Aged Delminico to Cowgirl Ribeye and Dry-Aged Bone-in Strip. Top those off with King crab oscar, shrimp of Truffle butter. To make it really decadent, why not turn it into a boozy brunch with Mimosas and Bloody Marys?