Breakfast near Bloor & Royal York
Sorry I missed your breakfast date, but I read the post and I think this situation needs to be addressed should someone else search for breakfast in this area. Alright, I've lived at Bloor and Royal York my entire life, and I would not recommend any of those places. No offence to the other posters, but Timmies or Subway? Come on - we can do better than that.
Creme de la Creme is alright, but I've found the service to be unfriendly at times, and it's actually pretty expensive for what you're getting. It's a decent breakfast place, but I wouldn't go out of my way for it, and I've been a bunch of times. In a word, underwhelming.
OK, here's where you wanna go:
For the best brunch right at Bloor and Royal York, go for Henry the XII at Bloor and Brentwood (http://www.henryviiialehouse.com/#!menu). It's a pub that does a good brunch - the food is better than Creme de la Creme, but less 'traditional' greasy spoon, as it's a little more upscale. Good steak and eggs - a real hearty breakfast, a little pricey, but definitely your best option if you're not willing to stray away from Bloor/Royal York.
If you're willing to go a bit further, try the Dundas Street Grille (5238 Dundas St W) just past Kipling and Bloor - it's a 5 minute drive from Bloor and Royal York west on Bloor (Bloor turns into Dundas). It's a neighbourhood institution, classic greasy spoon type joint, tried and true for breakfast. Reasonably priced, efficient service, good food. How do I know this isn't just me being biased for one reason or another? It's packed with old people. Old people know good value for money and love breakfast foods. They're generally the barometer for greasy spoon places offering cheap, good breakfast. Essentially, it's the spot for breakfast in that area of Etobicoke.
If you're passionate about breakfast like I'm passionate about breakfast - it's the most important meal of the day for Christ's sake - go to the Dundas Street Grille.