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Sunday, October 30, 2016

The top 8 breakfast buffet in Toronto

breakfast buffet torontoThe top breakfast buffets in Toronto let you indulge first thing in the morning. While many of the city's hotels offer buffets each and every day of the week, these spots go over the top, especially on Sundays. From omelette bars to freshly carved roast beef, these eateries have you covered.

Here are my picks for the top breakfast buffets in Toronto.

This French restaurant at the Thomson serves up a lunchtime buffet from Monday to Friday starting at 11:30 a.m., but it also has a buffet spread on Sunday mornings starting at 10 a.m. That's not too early now, is it?

Free Times Cafe
Every Sunday, Free Times Cafe hosts its Bella! Did Ya Eat? Brunch with klezmer music and a buffet filled with latkes, scrambled eggs with lox, bagels, schmear, gefilte fish, salads, blintzes and so much more.

Glow Fresh Grill & Wine Bar
If you're looking for something a little healthier, but still want an AYCE experience, why not try Glow in the Shops at Don Mills. It might be a bit pricey, but it does feature an omelette bar.

Granite Brewery
Down a pint with your Sunday brunch at Granite Brewery on Mount Pleasant. It's an affordable option midtown and once you're done, you can take a growler home with you for later.

Hot House
The Sunday brunch buffet menu at Hot House, at the corner of Church and Front, lists a slew of dishes, including everything from steamed mussels in white wine, to an omelette bar and cinammon buns.

King Edward Hotel
Brunch is a sumptious affair at the King Eddy. And if you indulge, you can get an array of hot and cold dishes, including seafood, eggs Benny, charcuterie and loads more. This is an expensive morning meal, and one that's ideal for super special occasions.

Old Mill Inn
The Sunday brunch buffet at the Old Mill is legendary. It tends to veer more towards the lunch side of things, but it's never too early to visit a roast beef carving station (yes, that's included in the brunch-time offerings).

Fairmont Royal York
The Royal York offers a breakfast buffet each and every morning at its EPIC restaurant (that's just the restaurant's name). The hotel extends its buffet hours until 1 p.m. on weekend if you're looking to sleep in.

What's your favourite breakfast buffet in Toronto? Let us know in the comments.

Photo from Free Time Cafe by Hector Vasquez.

by Amy Grief via blogTO

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