Top 5 breakfast spots in Burlington
Published October 18, 2019 at 1:17 pm
The sound of pouring coffee, crackling eggs, and sizzling bacon is enough to get almost anyone out of bed. Whether you prefer the classic diner-take on eggs and toast or a modern crepe and waffle combo, these Burlington restaurants have your all-day breakfast cravings covered.
Don’t let its campy name fool you; Eggsactly takes its breakfast and lunch menu seriously with hundreds of variations of meal options. Toast with jam, eggs under a blanket, smoked meat, poutine… you name it.
Eggsactly also offers a seniors value menu (60+).
4) Stacked Pancake & Breakfast House
Stacked Pancake & Breakfast House is a family breakfast and lunch chain consisting of home-cooked dishes.
The vast menu options range from sandwiches to waffles, but it’s the specialty pancakes that make Stacked stand out. Some of their creations include New York Strawberry Cheesecake, Banana Caramel, and Double Chocolate Turtles.
3) Pür & Simple
Self-described as “obsessed with breakfast”, this new all-day breakfast spot offers a reinvention of classic and modern morning dishes. You can order a simple skillet, or artisanal french toast and crepes.
Despite being new to the Burlington food scene, Pür & Simple is working towards more than a dozen locations from coast to coast; including plans to expand into Oakville and Toronto.
2) Windmill Restaurant
Service and value are the benchmarks at Windmill Restaurant, which serves up fresh breakfast and lunch options at some of the best prices in the region. Some call it dated, but those who appreciate character and nostalgia will appreciate the look and feel of a vintage breakfast diner.
1) Russell Williams Restaurant
Since 1932, Russell Williams Restaurant has been serving up its famous home fries in a family-style setting. The food and service contributed to multiple Certificate of Excellence awards and a high rate of return customers.
Russell Williams Restaurant offers all-day breakfast and outdoor seating.
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