Whether you prefer savoury, sweet, or the combination of the two, it’s easy to see how breakfast can be one of the most delicious meals of the day.
Despite this fact, fewer people have attempted to order their morning nosh through takeout or delivery, or they’re skipping the meal altogether! Thankfully, there are several restaurants across Canada ready to change that.
Dig into these 10 Canadian restaurants offering breakfast for takeout.
Cora’s Breakfast and Lunch (Multiple Locations)
Cora’s existence stemmed from a small restaurant hosting only 29 seats. Since then, the Canadian institution has grown to multiple locations across the country.
Cora’s continues to expand on its success through takeout and delivery, offering unique breakfast and brunch options. While there are many savoury items on the menu, you might want to satisfy your sweet tooth with their fruit and cream waffles, pancakes or crepes.
Sunset Grill (Multiple Locations)
With its popularity in Ontario and its reputation as a one-stop-shop for all things breakfast, Sunset Grill is open for takeout and delivery 7-days a week.
While the Canadian establishment has something for everyone, its egg dishes stand out above the rest. For some true indulgence, try their Eggs Florentine, which consists of three eggs over easy with sautéed spinach, Swiss cheese and Hollandaise sauce on an English muffin. Also, for a limited time, you can get two free pancakes with every entree.
Happy All-Day Breakfast & Lunch (Newmarket, ON)
Family-owned and operated, the goal of Happy All-Day Breakfast & Lunch is to offer fresh, high-quality food at reasonable prices.
Serving up breakfast staples like eggs, bacon and pancakes, the restaurant also offers some healthier choices to get your morning going. Try their Fresh Start option, with 3 eggs, a fresh fruit bowl and cottage cheese.
17665 Leslie St #3, Newmarket, Ontario, ON, L3Y 3E3. @happyalldaybreakfast
Bake Code (Multiple Locations, GTA)
Bake Code is a modern Euro-Asian bakery & cafe that serves classic sweet treats with a twist.
Instead of just a croissant, you will find the Charcoal Thai Milk Tea Custard Croissant or a Peanut Butter and Jam Filled Croissant. Not to just stop at food, the GTA-based restaurant also offers a variety of coffees, lattes and teas. During the month of June, you can get a large Thai Milk Tea for the price of a regular size.
Circles & Squares Bakery (Toronto, ON)
Circles & Squares is an old school bakery with every item prepared onsite and made from scratch. Additionally, the Toronto restaurant never includes mixes or preservatives when creating its dishes.
Although the menu highlights an abundance of baked goods, you will also find a small selection of egg sandwiches either with or without meat.
426 Nugget Ave, Toronto, Ontario, M1S 4A4. @circles_and_squares
What A Bagel (Multiple Locations)
For three generations, What A Bagel has been mixing, boiling, dressing, and baking bagels. To ensure the highest quality of food, everything is made from scratch with natural ingredients and served fresh straight from the oven.
In addition to a wide array of bagels, the Canadian restaurant also offers other breakfast selections such as croissants, strudels and hamentashen.
Medina Cafe (Vancouver, BC)
Since opening in 2008, Medina Cafe has carved out a niche as a truly exceptional breakfast destination for eclectic bistro fare.
From Waffles to egg dishes to Avocado Toast – there is something for every taste bud and cuisine lifestyle.
With their build-your-own-breakfast, the combo options are nearly endless!
780 Richards Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6B 3A4. @medinacafe
Marion Street Eatery (Winnipeg, MB)
Marion Street Eatery offers good food made simple. The locally owned spot is situated in the heart of St. Boniface and delivers fresh quality comfort food daily.
If you are someone who enjoys the sweeter things in life, you won’t regret ordering the Lucky Charms Stuffed Pancake Stack, featuring Lucky Charms, bacon and berry compote on top of 3 fluffy pancakes.
393 Marion Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R2H 0V4. @marionstreeteatery
L’Omelette (Quebec, QC)
L’Omelette is known for its tasty and fresh ingredients, which are chosen daily to prepare every meal.
Offering breakfast items such as waffles and coffee, this Quebec establishment ensures that every dish is delivered with a French twist.
Try one of their many breakfast combos like the N04 Quebecer; 2 eggs, baked beans, bacon or ham or sausage, meat pie, potatoes, toast plus coffee or tea.
66, rue Saint-Louis, Québec, Quebec, G1R 2Z3. @omeletteresto
enVie A Vegan Kitchen (Halifax, NS)
This popular Halifax restaurant is on a mission to inspire people to choose a healthier, sustainable and more compassionate lifestyle through plant-based eating.
Whether you are vegan-curious, or have adopted the cuisine full time, enVie A Vegan Kitchen goes the extra mile to produce breakfast options that are packed with flavour. A must-try on their menu is French toast with a scoop of ice cream.
5775 Charles St, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3K 1K7. @enviehalifax