Weekend warriors rejoice! The weekend is a time for rest and relaxation, so why not reward yourself by enjoying some indulgent breakfast foods. Toronto is a hub for amazing brunch spots, so you can try a new spot every single weekend! It might be tough to pick between the endless options, so we have some suggestions on where to get brunch in Toronto.
Cafe Cancan’s visually stunning restaurant design perfectly complements the beautiful brunch options they have on their menu. They offer brunch from 10 AM to 3 PM each weekend, with dishes inspired by elegant French cuisine. Alongside classic French brunch items like croque madame, you can also find ratatouille served with a breakfast twist! Of course, you cannot forget about a mimosa at brunch, which Cafe Cancan offers with either orange or grapefruit juice!
If you find yourself in the Financial District over the weekend, be sure to check out the array of brunch options that Bannock has to offer. This unapologetically Canadian restaurant embodies that through every single dish they serve. Their selection for brunch encapsulates the high quality local ingredients and prepares a complex flavour palette, like their toasted oat french toast with bannock preserves, mashed banana, labneh, and hazelnuts. Be sure to visit Bannock, especially before tackling the Toronto Eaton Centre on a weekend!
Mildred’s Temple Kitchen
In the heart of Liberty Village, Mildred’s Temple Kitchen focuses on serving local ingredients through simple breakfast classics. Continuing the legacy of Liberty Village prime brunch spot Mildred Pierce that closed in 2007, you have to try Mrs. Biederhof’s Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes – an amazing brunch choice for all since 1989. You can expect a lineup for this popular brunch in Toronto, but this spot is well worth the wait!
If Paris isn’t in your plans this weekend, this Leslieville brunch spot will make you feel like you are at a café on the Champs-Élysées. Located just East of Broadview on Queen East, you’ll find this quaint café serving French classics from Tuesday to Sunday each week. If you are looking for the best brunch in Toronto, this spot is pretty close to the top of that extremely long list of restaurants, especially with its phenomenal french toast and omelettes. Be sure to note that Bonjour Brioche is cash only, so come prepared!
This Yorkville spot brings brunch to a whole new level. This upscale restaurant serves some of the most lavish brunch meals in the city, including lobster eggs benedict and short rib hash. This restaurant focuses on a more dynamic French flavours that exude the newly imagined menu by executive chef Ben Heaton. You can enjoy their extensive brunch menu all weekend long, so take a sneak peek here before you go!