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The Best Asian Fusion Brunch in Toronto

The Best Asian Fusion Brunch in Toronto

The Best Asian Fusion Brunch in Toronto

Toronto's best Asian fusion brunch will give you an excuse to wake up early on Sunday morning and get a headstart on a busy week.

Whether you're a little hungover from a night out or wanting to impress a few friends from out of town (or both!), we can all collectively agree that brunch is the go-to activity and as far as we know, no one has ever turned down a 10 a.m. invitation.

If you're looking for a unique spin on your usual eggs benny, Toronto has a plethora of Asian fusion options that incorporate traditional flavours and cooking techniques with the experience of grabbing your closest friends and sharing a meal.

From bulgogi beef benedict to ube French toast, we can guarantee that these spots will leave you booking another reservation and maybe earn you some cool points within your friend group.

161 Bay St

Chotto Matte

Chotto Matte

If you're looking to dress up for your next weekend brunch outing, Chotto Matte has a vibrant atmosphere and menu to match. Their famous Jungle Brunch is back every Saturday from 12-4 p.m. with live entertainment and an exciting new cocktail and plates menu. For $80 a person, choose from a variety of dishes from bao asada de tira or sushi doughnut aburi. A vegetarian menu is also offered for $70 a person.

3028 Bathurst St

Bangku

Bangku

Located on Bathurst and Lawrence, Bangku offers filling silog meals, entrées such as pork belly, beef slices, milkfish, and longaniza served with two over-easy eggs, garlic rice, and atchara. They also serve lugaw (Filipino-style porridge) when you need an extra warm meal.

70 Ossington Ave

Té

Té is Ossington's spot for contemporary Korean eats. Choose from a variety of dishes from their classic kimchi and pork belly eggs benny, kimchi and bacon fried rice omelette, or deep-fried banana turnovers.  Their homemade kimchi is a must-try when visiting this spot.

100 City Centre Dr

Fuwa Fuwa - Square One

Fuwa Fuwa - Square One

These fluffy pancakes have been making rounds across your social media feed for a very good reason. Fuwa Fuwa is the spot for Japanese soufflé pancakes. Choose from a variety of toppings and flavours from matcha and red bean to the classic signature served with fresh cream and fruit.

230 Augusta Ave

Film Cafe by Eative

Film Cafe by Eative

You cannot visit Kensington Market without stopping by this iconic cafe. Their Tokyo Omelette is served with roasted seaweed, grilled onion, mushroom, cheddar cheese, sundried tomato and two onigiris. Eative Film Cafe also serves a variety of Japanese snacks such as takoyaki and edamame alongside an extensive beverage menu.

1500 Queen St W

Garleek Kitchen

Garleek Kitchen

Located in the heart of Little Tibet is Garleek Kitchen, a humble spot serving Tibetan favourites alongside South and Southeast Asian fusion flavours. Their breakfast combo comes with Aloo Dum (spicy potato), Aloo cholay (potato with gravy), Chana (beans), any style egg, and two roti or puris (fried bread). Be sure to order their Mango Lassi for a sweet note to your meal.

887 Dundas St W

Sisters And Co

Sisters And Co

This cozy restaurant is your new early morning spot for light fare and aesthetic interiors. Founded by three longtime friends, Sisters & Co takes a spin on Korean-fusion cuisine with their bulgogi beef eggs benedict served with a side of home fries and a salad.

Of course, you cannot forget drinks! Feed into your iced coffee addiction with a traditional Vietnamese iced coffee and your choice of flavoured syrups from vanilla, salted caramel, and condensed milk.

745 Queen St W

Bar'kada

Bar'kada

Bar'kada is Queen West's trendy spot for Filipino fusion food. Serving brunch every Sunday from 12-4 p.m., you can find menu items reminiscent of a typical Filipino breakfast such as their longo sando (Longaniza sausage, egg, cheese on a pandesal bun) and longo moco (longaniza sausage topped with 2 sunny side eggs and served on jasmine rice with crispy garlic).

If you have more of a sweet tooth, their ube French toast made with ube marscapone and toasted coconut syrup over buttery bread is one of their most popular items.

The Best Asian Fusion Brunch in Toronto

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The Best Asian Fusion Brunch in Toronto

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Toronto's best Asian fusion brunch will give you an excuse to wake up early on Sunday morning and get a headstart on a busy week.

Whether you're a little hungover from a night out or wanting to impress a few friends from out of town (or both!), we can all collectively agree that brunch is the go-to activity and as far as we know, no one has ever turned down a 10 a.m. invitation.

If you're looking for a unique spin on your usual eggs benny, Toronto has a plethora of Asian fusion options that incorporate traditional flavours and cooking techniques with the experience of grabbing your closest friends and sharing a meal.

From bulgogi beef benedict to ube French toast, we can guarantee that these spots will leave you booking another reservation and maybe earn you some cool points within your friend group.

161 Bay St

Chotto Matte

Chotto Matte

If you're looking to dress up for your next weekend brunch outing, Chotto Matte has a vibrant atmosphere and menu to match. Their famous Jungle Brunch is back every Saturday from 12-4 p.m. with live entertainment and an exciting new cocktail and plates menu. For $80 a person, choose from a variety of dishes from bao asada de tira or sushi doughnut aburi. A vegetarian menu is also offered for $70 a person.

3028 Bathurst St

Bangku

Bangku

Located on Bathurst and Lawrence, Bangku offers filling silog meals, entrées such as pork belly, beef slices, milkfish, and longaniza served with two over-easy eggs, garlic rice, and atchara. They also serve lugaw (Filipino-style porridge) when you need an extra warm meal.

70 Ossington Ave

Té

Té is Ossington's spot for contemporary Korean eats. Choose from a variety of dishes from their classic kimchi and pork belly eggs benny, kimchi and bacon fried rice omelette, or deep-fried banana turnovers.  Their homemade kimchi is a must-try when visiting this spot.

1500 Queen St W

Garleek Kitchen

Garleek Kitchen

Located in the heart of Little Tibet is Garleek Kitchen, a humble spot serving Tibetan favourites alongside South and Southeast Asian fusion flavours. Their breakfast combo comes with Aloo Dum (spicy potato), Aloo cholay (potato with gravy), Chana (beans), any style egg, and two roti or puris (fried bread). Be sure to order their Mango Lassi for a sweet note to your meal.

887 Dundas St W

Sisters And Co

Sisters And Co

This cozy restaurant is your new early morning spot for light fare and aesthetic interiors. Founded by three longtime friends, Sisters & Co takes a spin on Korean-fusion cuisine with their bulgogi beef eggs benedict served with a side of home fries and a salad.

Of course, you cannot forget drinks! Feed into your iced coffee addiction with a traditional Vietnamese iced coffee and your choice of flavoured syrups from vanilla, salted caramel, and condensed milk.

745 Queen St W

Bar'kada

Bar'kada

Bar'kada is Queen West's trendy spot for Filipino fusion food. Serving brunch every Sunday from 12-4 p.m., you can find menu items reminiscent of a typical Filipino breakfast such as their longo sando (Longaniza sausage, egg, cheese on a pandesal bun) and longo moco (longaniza sausage topped with 2 sunny side eggs and served on jasmine rice with crispy garlic).

If you have more of a sweet tooth, their ube French toast made with ube marscapone and toasted coconut syrup over buttery bread is one of their most popular items.