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5 Succulent Brunch Spots In Toronto You Must Try

5 Succulent Brunch Spots In Toronto You Must Try

5 Succulent Brunch Spots In Toronto You Must Try

The sky’s clearing up and it’s time to practice our favorite sport again: brunch! Yes, it is a sport because it requires a stomach that is able to work out and handle heaps of tasty food! What better way to commemorate this beautiful and fresh weather than to explore the best brunch places around your city?

Here are 5 succulent brunch spots in Toronto you must try!

P.S. we do not take responsibility for any injuries, a.k.a. drooling or swooning that may appear while reading this article. You may continue at your own discretion.

1- Early Bird

If you are questing for an Instagrammable, yet delicious meals to take your family or your friends to, Early Bird indeed meets the requirements. Early Bird serves for the early birds and spoils them with exceptional coffee and artsy and captivating quality food!

I would recommend trying the Falafel Bowl, Eggs Benny, Kukusabzi, and their Avocado Toast!

Get your camera and your stomach ready to experience an explosion of flavor that won’t disappoint you!

It’s open Monday-Friday from 7a.m.-5:30p.m. & Saturday-Sunday from 8a.m.-5:30p.m.

5 Succulent Brunch Spots In Toronto You Must Try

2- Mildrid’s Temple Kitchen

Mildrid’s Temple Kitchen is an exceptional restaurant well-hidden in Liberty Village! Having said that, its interior is beautifully designed and merges the best aspects of modern sleekness and chic old-world charm.

Since it does not take reservations, the restaurant is popular enough to have queue lines almost every weekend with a crowd that awaits happily to get their hands on an array of succulent dishes at one of the best places in town!

Mildred’s Temple Kitchen serves brunch on weekends from 9a.m.-3p.m.

3- SCHOOL Restaurant

Known for its award-winning brunch, School is another popular brunch spot in Toronto that lives up to the hype! School is popular for its Buttermilk Fried Chicken & Waffles; Black n Blue Flapjacks; French toast, and pancakes!

It definitely has a homey feel to it in addition to its industrial space that is chic and cozy.

School serves brunch from 9.30a.m. to 3.00p.m.

4- The Green Wood

The Green Wood preaches the concept of eating well first before doing anything else. The Green Wood is committed to providing the freshest food with high-quality local ingredients.

Its concept is devoted to being loyal to the social responsibility that comes with serving good food and devoting time and effort in doing what is best for the environment. Thanks to the efforts that are put all together to maintain an ethical bar food, The Green Wood sources the food from Fisher Folk, Olliffee, Grain Process, 100km Foods, VG Meats, and Hooked.

I would recommend trying the Classic Shakshuka dish (spiced tomato stew topped with two baked eggs and crumbled feta, with house pita), Salmon Rosti (crispy potato pancake with two poached eggs, smoked salmon, fresh cucumber, dill and sour cream) & the Coziest French Toast (cinnamon-swirled house brioche soaked in vanilla custard, with berries and maple syrup/whipped ricotta).

This brunch spot opens every day from 9am to 4 pm

5 Succulent Brunch Spots In Toronto You Must Try

5- Hollandaise Diner

Hollandaise Diner, in the heart of Danforth, retains to impress with an extensive and creative menu that would check the box for everyone with different tastes. Considering the fabulous service and the lovely aura that Hollandaise Diner has, it continues to maintain the authenticity of a diner with a dash of style.

Trying out their eggs benny is a must! There is also the option to build your own benny with endless options and we’re all here for it!!

The diner is open every day from 7a.m-3p.m offering top-notch service and meals that will leave your tummy happy for the rest of the day.

5 Succulent Brunch Spots In Toronto You Must Try

Tell us about your favorite brunch spot in Toronto and whether you have tried the restaurants mentioned above!

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