BREAK­ING BREAK­FAST

Dis­cover glob­ally in­spired brunches east of the Don.

Richmond Hill Post - - LAST MINUTE CAMP GUIDE -

JUDGE SUZANNE BARR, FOR­MERLY SATUR­DAY DINETTE

“Maha has em­braced the im­por­tance of how small busi­ness bring com­mu­ni­ties to­gether through food and drinks.”

JUDGE MATT BLONDIN, BLONDIE’S PIZZA

"So cheap, so good, so fill­ing! Or­der Hun­gry Tata’s Lunch!"

MAHA’S EGYP­TIAN BRUNCH (#24) POST CITY’S TAKE: A queue that long ev­ery week­end can’t be wrong: Maha’s Egyp­tian Brunch is like noth­ing else around. It has all the com­po­nents of a truly de­li­cious brunch: rus­tic Egyp­tian flat­bread; soft, runny eggs in which to dip it; ten­der sautéed toma­toes for a per­fect shakshuka; and an ir­re­sistible tray of baklava, all in a bright, sunny din­ing room. 226 Greenwood Ave.

HAST­INGS SNACK BAR (#27) POST CITY’S TAKE: “Charm­ing” is the only word for this wee Pol­ish diner. Needle­point and tra­di­tional dec­o­ra­tive tchotchkes adorn the walls. Owner Ania Gar­bos can usu­ally be seen pac­ing the kitchen, boiling per­o­gies and check­ing on cab­bage rolls. The food is se­ri­ous: tra­di­tional Pol­ish break­fast, pork schnitzel to die for and dough­nuts galore, all made with love. 5 Hast­ings Ave.

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