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Where to Eat The Best Brunch in Toronto

Where to Eat The Best Brunch in Toronto

The best brunch in Toronto is the last treat for all the fighters of the weekend. You’re definitely going to have to prepare yourself for groggy, hungry queues, but the treat of runny eggs bennies, pancakes, and baked cookies is worth the wait.

The Best Brunch in Toronto

Lady Marmalade

Lady Marmalade is a renowned all-day brunch spot that offers some of Toronto’s finest benny eggs and a poutine snack.

They use free-run eggs, organic poultry, clean seafood, and fresh produce as much as possible, and other products are extremely versatile for gluten-free and vegan diets.

The two-story, 54-seat area of 1,600 square feet, dating back to 1885, is covered with lush yet breezy wood laminate, thanks to Omar Gandhi’s architecture.

For the building, 5,000 square feet of Baltic birch is used, cedar cladding modernizing the outside. Dizzyingly big skylights bathe in natural light on the narrow upper deck.

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Best Brunch in Toronto: Maha’s Restaurant

Maha’s is a popular Egyptian brunch place that’s been in Greenwood, just north of5-007, for a little over a month. It’s the sort of room where you almost sound like you’ve walked into someone’s vibrant and friendly home for a meal and as it occurs, it turns out that this place is just a family affair.

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When you step into the semi-open kitchen, you’ll see Maha Barsoom and her daughter/sous-chef Monika Wahba working together, cooking everything new and made to order (their refrigerator is out of service, so they don’t need it anyway).

Best Brunch in Toronto: Bonjour Brioche

Bonjour Brioche is a renowned French bakery known for turning out some of the best croissants, baguettes, quiche, everyday breakfast and brunch in the region.

A small but popular restaurant sometimes has just one or two types of things like quiches and omelets a day, and if they’re finished, that’s it.

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Baking is done in the cellar, nearly everything is prepared and baked in the same small open oven. A pastry case filled with brioche, croissants and baked wonders of all sorts of curves in front of this place, customers pushing against the glass to line up and buy things to go.

Mildred’s Temple Kitchen

Baking is done in the cellar, nearly everything is prepared and baked in the same small open oven. A pastry case filled with brioche, croissants and baked wonders of all sorts of curves in front of this place, customers pushing against the glass to line up and buy things to go.

best brunch in toronto

The surroundings are light-filled, high-ceilinged and extremely spacious, and the stunning open kitchen has a shallow series of steps presiding over it.

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Emma’s Country Kitchen

The surroundings are light-filled, high-ceilinged and extremely spacious, and the stunning open kitchen has a shallow series of steps ruling over it.

With this place, they’re able to attract more clients than at the first, which had a good run down the street for a couple of years. Here, they perfected the atmosphere of the restaurant with their popular frozen foods, baked goods, snacks and to-go lunches on the end.

The chef is Rachel Pellett, and Emma was her grandma. Her hand is always in every recipe, including the famous cookies here and the “Lazy Daisy” cake that decorates the table.

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