The Best New Brunch in Toronto

The best new brunch in Toronto goes way beyond bacon and eggs. We now have vegan, gluten-free, Levantine, Asian and French interpretations of the meal to wake up to on the weekend.

Here’s the best new brunch in Toronto.

11 – Aviator

Beautiful berry bowls, French toast and champagne cocktails are ready for their close-up at this classy restaurant sitting pretty on Danforth East.
3 – Madame Levant

North American standards meet Eastern Mediterranean influences at this tiny brunch spot that exploded onto the Leslieville scene this year serving halloumi toast and kafta burgers.
4 – Almond Butterfly

Dundas West now has a location of the popular Harbord Village bakery that does a full-on gluten-free brunch complete with cocktails, lumberjack breakfasts and pancakes.
5 – Sisters & Co.

Katsu sandwiches, bennies, waffles, pancakes and oxtail stew all somehow belong together on the menu at this restaurant on Dundas West that’s cute as can be.
7 – LOV Toronto

This is Toronto’s first location of a Montreal chain, where a totally vegan brunch entails faux lox, tofu bennies and vegan omelettes.
6 – Maison Selby

Those in search of the perfect satiny French omelette can find it at this sophisticated new O&B restaurant that opened up in a historical building near Sherbourne station.
10 – DaanGo Cafe

Hong Kong milk tea and bubble waffles along with crab cake bennies and egg burgers are not only innovative but perfectly executed at this cafe project from a master pastry chef in Scarborough.
8 – True True Diner

This pizzeria on King East transformed into a diner-style restaurant where you can find brunch and breakfast items like plates of grits, focaccia toast, rosti, eggs and greens every day.
9 – Lapinou

King West became home to this French restaurant and wine bar where brunch entails four items for the table and one main of your choice for a set price.

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