The top 10 breakfast restaurants in Scarborough will have you eating top notch eggs and bacon in the east end. Despite the best efforts of Torontonians to ignore it, Scarborough's food scene is remarkably diverse, accessible, and most importantly, delicious. Heavy on the greasy spoons, what may be missing in glamour is made up for in quality. You'll never need to go downtown on Sunday morning again.
Here are my picks for the top breakfast restaurants in Scarborough.
Serving consistently superb food in an area in desperate need of a morning option, Panagios quickly established a following, The menu features standard fare done right with some welcome additions, including glazed banana French toast and a breakfast poutine. Oh, and the coffee is excellent for a breakfast joint.
With a unique menu featuring traditional and Filipino breakfast, Chef George is one of Scarborough's finest hidden gems. If you're in the mood for something different and delicious, try the beef tapa with eggs over garlic rice. Whatever you do, don't forget the fruit skewer.
Hidden away at St. Clair and Victoria Park, The Ginger Man is unknown to most as one of the top breakfast spots around. It's a greasy spoon with friendly service, delicious breakfast potatoes and healthy portions, all located for your convenience in an unassuming strip plaza.
Known for their hollandaise sauce and homefries, this is a go-to for many in the area. The service is warm, the atmosphere is cozy, and your eggs will be cooked right. Weekend mornings can get busy but where else can you get steak, eggs, toast, homefries and coffee for $11.99?
There is a reason "Amazing Ted's" has been around since 1954. It's an old school diner with simple breakfast items done right for a fair price. Can't go wrong.
Better known for their Greek food and portion sizes, Terry's is overlooked for it's strong breakfast menu. The service is attentive, the atmosphere is great, and this is the perfect place to go if you just can't decide between breakfast or lunch.
On your way to the beaches, join the regulars on a Saturday morning at this neighbourhood spot serving up quality standard breakfast fare with real potato homefries (which you may notice is a theme on this list). And relax, just because it's somewhat near water, doesn't mean it's expensive.
The homefries are top notch and more than make up for the drab atmosphere. A no-frills breakfast for a good price.
In Scarborough for more than a half-century, this place has been a key player in the Scarborough breakfast scene for some time. Offering everything from cereal to omelettes, there is definitely variety. If you order the wheat pancakes, make sure you have someone to share them with.
A late-night Scarborough staple that brings people from all corners together, Markham Station's breakfast offerings are available anytime. Open 24/7 at Markham and Sheppard, the breakfast menu includes typical items like eggs, omelettes, and pancakes for a good price. You can also substitute Greek potatoes or rice for home fries if you're feeling adventurous.See also:
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