Full Engish breakfast in Toronto?
- hadra Aug 20, 2006 05:58 PM
Out-of-towners have asked me about finding a full English-style breakfast in Toronto. I've done a quick online search and found nothing that isn't attached to a bed & breakfast, now that Pimblett's has gone out of business. Anyone have any suggestions?
I seem to recall Brick Street Bakery in The Distillery District advertising full English Breakfast on their sandwich board sign, I think that they only do it on weekends. It is a very casual place, though, with little seating.
Give them a call.
I think that the Brick Street bakery's 'english breakfast' is in the form of a sandwich, but I could be mistaken.
PJ O'Briens does a full breakfast, just off of Wellington by the Berzy Park. Irish Embassy does one too, but by the name, it's more Irish than English.
What about the Kind Edward Hotel??
I know they do a high tea so maybe a full English brekkie as well.
I miss the full English from my days in London!
A full English breakfast--which we Brits typically call a "Fry-up" consists of all or parts of the following: Bacon, Sausages, fried bread or toast, black pudding(optional), grilled tomatoes, baked beans, fried mushrooms(optional), Eggs--usually fried, and a hot cuppa tea to wash all the grease down.