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Great brunch at The Harbord Room

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ragged25 May 25, 2009 05:07 PM

It was a nice day on Sunday and decided to take my SO to brunch at the Harbord Room. They don't take reservations but luckily the place wasn't too packed. It was a nice little space and we sat near the front of the restaurant and soaked up the sun.

My SO wasn't too hungry so we ordered The Harbord Room Benny, a side of fruit/granola/yogurt and a extra order of pig (bacon,sausage, peameal), a latte and a cappaccino.

The eggs were perfectly poached and the pancetta was crispy and tasty and the hollandaise sauce was excellent, all on top of a half croissant and a side of organic salad/arugala.

The extra meat was well worth the $4 and were very tasty and my SO's granola hit the spot for her and was pretty good as well.

I had my mind set on the breakfast poutine, but a lot of people ordered the benny, so I guess I'll go for the poutine next time.

Service was excellent and it started our Sunday in a great way. Will definitely return for another brunch and dinner.

http://www.theharbordroom.com/brunch....

  1. Squeakycheese May 25, 2009 05:12 PM

    Thanks, the Egg McMartin looks interesting too. Will give it a try.

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      thatlankyfoody May 26, 2009 07:41 PM

      Also had brunch there a couple of weeks back. Perfectly cooked poached eggs with a nice breakfast portion of flat iron steak. Friend got back from dinner there tonight and was still drooling about her friends burger.

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        ragged25 May 26, 2010 12:42 PM

        I was there a couple of weeks ago and had the burger, charcuterie and steak frites. It's as good as ever. It's pretty much my go to restaurant at the moment. I just wish they would give you two eggs with the charcuterie, it's a perfectly poached egg, coated and deep fried. For some reason, I really like the way it goes with the rest of the charcuterie.

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          EarlyDrive Feb 12, 2011 06:48 AM

          Bumping this. I was looking for a brunch spot this morning-- Harbord Room no longer appears to be open for brunch.

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          Harbord Room
          89 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M5S1G4, CA

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