The Best Brunch Spots in Toronto

Whether you’re a local or visiting, brunch in Toronto is an absolute must. Indulge in the most delicious eats at these top Toronto brunch spots.


A trendy west-end diner, Easy Restaurant offers up delectable options with Mexican flair, some of the best huevos rancheros you'll find and huge milkshakes.

Where to Find:
Easy Restaurant
1645 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON


A vibrant locale, this quaint Roncesvalles Cuban restaurant, is your best bet for a completely satisfying authentic Cuban meal (don't pass on the fried plantains) and one of the hottest brunch spots in Toronto.

Where to Find:
La Cubana
392 Roncessvalles Ave, Toronto, ON


Serving up more than just your donut-shaped breakfast staple, this suburban gem has finally made its way downtown. With brunch classics like eggs benedict and Middle Eastern dishes like shakshuka (a must-try!), this spot will satisfy the masses. Don’t forget to grab some fresh baked pastries on your way out (calories don't count for brunch, right?).

Where to Find:
What A Bagel
130 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, ON


In the heart of lively King Street West (Toronto's hottest restaurant scene at the moment), Brassaii’s impressive space and cozy patio is matched with its impeccable take on brunch staples. Insider tip: On the last Sunday of every month, Brassaii throws an epic brunch party. #sundayfunday

Where to Find:
461 King Street West, Toronto, ON


When you step into this Liberty Village establishment, you may feel like you’re back in primary school. Daily specials are scribbled on chalkboards, apples sit on every table, and mimosas are served up in beakers from chemistry class. But it’s the old-school favourites, like their famous fried chicken and waffles or their staked buttermilk pancakes, which draw in crowds every weekend.

Where to Find:
70 Fraser Avenue, Toronto, ON


With a farm to table ethos, everything served up at this spectacular space is exceptionally fresh and sustainable. And it's also a Toronto staple, having been a hot brunch spot for the past few years.

Where to Find:
Mildred’s Temple Kitchen
85 Hannah Avenue, Toronto, ON


This laid-back hipster hot spot dishes out hearty, yet simple, comfort food that satisfies even the most insatiable patrons. And added bonus? It's just a short walk from the Dupont subway station. Just try and pass on the fried chicken sandwich (FYI: It's something you will definitely want to cut in half and share).

Where to Find:
Rose & Sons
176 Dupont Street, Toronto, ON


Its sleek setting and strategic locale (right above the ultra-luxurious department store) makes dining at this brunch spot extra special. Delightfully prepared dishes complement the beautiful surroundings for a truly divine brunch experience.

Where to Find:
Holts Café
50 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON