veggie.brunch.toronto: The Good Fork

The Good Fork

The Good Fork

The Location: The Good Fork (right at Jane Station. Resist the urge to go to Booster Juice instead)

The Time: Friday afternoon, early December

The Company: Chris, and new returns to Toronto Sarah and Matt!

Veggie Menu: two eggs with homefries and bread, spinach benedict on a polenta cake, four veggie omelettes with an option of egg white only, huevos rancheros, menemen (baked eggs with tomato sauce, with a side of focaccia and arugula salad), red velvet pancakes, blueberry pancakes, lavender and semisweet chocolate chip pancakes (with sea salt), homemade granola, and four smoothie options (see? No need to go to the Booster after all!)

Let’s get one thing out of the way: I’ve had some disappointing experiences at Good Fork before. The service is notoriously slow and the huevos are, like most huevos, overhyped. This visit, things were different. Friday afternoons are less hectic than Saturday mornings, so food delivery was fairly fast. And even while manoeuvring around the pot lights perplexingly hanging at head level, the waitress was very pleasant.

Red Velvet Pancakes = Dessert

Red Velvet Pancakes = Dessert

From previous visits to the Fork, I’ve learned that eating a full order of red velvet pancakes is like having four giant chocolate bunnies while watching the entire first two seasons of LOST over Easter weekend: a great, delicious and necessary endeavour at the time, but leaves you dopey with ill-fitting pants. Having learned my lesson (regarding red velvet pancakes, chocolate bunnies, and my emotional investment in LOST), I opted for two poached eggs with homefries and a side of the RV pancakes for the table to share. Perfect combo.

Chris adventurously ordered an egg-white omelette, which was surprisingly moist and delicious (the word moist? His choice, not mine).

This egg white omelette is MOIST, man.

This egg white omelette is MOIST, man.

Sarah got the menemen, which was similar to The Stockyard‘s shirred eggs and the Queen and Beaver‘s baked eggs, and was equally as delicious. Also, special mention to Matt’s burger, which was not vegetarian but proved to be a beautiful subject for a beautiful photo (that I don’t feel right posting on my vegetarian blog).

So what have we learned?

-If you’re going to eat your weight in milk chocolate (in bunny form), spread it out over a week, not just four days.
-Burgers make good photo subjects, and I miss them in my life, but I still won’t eat one.
-The word moist makes the whole Jackman clan shudder, but they will still use the word to describe an omelette.
-There are many names to call an egg baked in a dish.
-Go to The Good Fork on a weekday, not a weekend.
-I still went to Booster Juice later that day.

And most importantly:

-If you get emotionally invested in LOST, stop at the end of Season 5. That ending will be more satisfying, and you can wrap things up in your imagination if you need to. This should also be done for Friends (end of season six), The Office (Michael Scott’s last episode), and the Anne of Green Gables movies (three and four never happened). And limit yourself to only ONE chocolate bunny while you watch all these.

A menemen? Shirred eggs? Baked in a ramekin? You decide! And then decide your own ending of LOST.

A menemen? Shirred eggs? Baked in a ramekin? You decide! And then decide your own ending of LOST.

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veggie.brunch.toronto: Sadie’s Diner

Typical Sadie's Diner meal

Typical Sadie’s Diner meal

The Location: Sadie’s Diner (head south towards Antarctica. When you enter a building colder than Antarctica, you’ve reached the diner)

The Time: Late November, which is apparently the dead of winter in Sadie’s Diner

The Company: Chris

Veggie Menu: This is a vegetarian restaurant, so everything is either veggie or vegan. On their menu is huevos (veggie or vegan), daily omelette, tofu scramble, breakfast burrito (veggie or vegan), traditional breakfast with eggs and veggie bacon or sausage, french toast, pancakes, organic cereals, fruit

We used to frequent Sadie’s Diner, even before I became a vegetarian. It is super cute, has lots of seating, and is compatible with all dietary restrictions of our group of friends. Then Sadie’s fell off our radar, and when we returned today, I remembered why: It is SO cold in this restaurant, and the food isn’t great.

Good thing it was toque day.

Good thing it was toque day.

Having already decided it was a toque kind of day, Chris betrayed a hint of desperation while ordering his coffee. As he hugged the mug to his chest, we quickly dove into our burrito and french toast. The prospect of food warming us up quickly dissolved into disappointment as I took a bite of the worst homefries I’ve ever had. The french toast was thin and rubbery. At least the veggie bacon tasted somewhat like turkey bacon, but looked even more like cardboard. The burrito was fine but reminded me of sweet mornings sitting in my warm and toasty CAMP RESTAURANT and eating their breakfast burrito.  (RIP Camp – today I miss your toasty temperature most of all).

Even the Santa's are succumbing to the cold, and quickly.

Even the Santa’s are succumbing to the cold, and quickly.

I get that Sadie’s is in an old building, and that’s part of the charm. But serious insulating has to happen before I ever return. And please, reinvent your menu. Us veggies and vegans deserve a warm place and a delicious brunch just as much as our carnivorous peers. Reader, for your own health and safety, if you must go to Sadie’s, don’t go until at least April or May. You don’t want to end up like one of these Santa’s, do you?

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veggie.brunch.toronto: Crème de la Crème

Crème de la Crème

Crème de la Crème

Alternate title: Shari’s Ode to Etobicoke. You’ve been warned.

The Location: Crème de la Crème (venture over the river into Etobicoke, and Crème de la Crème can be found in Toronto’s alternate reality. I’m surprised they actually put the accent grave in the name. I mean, doesn’t Etobicoke seem like a place where the word CREME runs abundant?)

The Time: Late November (opening day of Mockingjay Pt 1! Thanks for the afternoon showing, Etobicoke!)

The Company: Chris

Veggie Menu: an omelette or egg white omelette with your choice of veggie items, a three-egg breakfast with hashbrowns and toast, a florentine benedict, waffles, french toast, pancakes, granola and fruit with yogurt or cottage cheese (REALLY, Etobicoke?), grilled cheese with or without tomatoes. Side orders include fresh fruit, ice cream (on my toast maybe, Etobicoke?), avocado and tomatoes (Etobicoke has specified on their menu that both of these items come sliced. Phewf).

Two thumbs up for accent graves!

Two thumbs up for accent graves and giant tams. How french.

There’s a different quality to west of the river, isn’t there? Actually, we’ve figured out exactly where Etobicoke starts, restaurant-wise. Bryden’s, our favourite bar, is very Toronto. The servers are bearded, the cliental is varied in age, and it is always busy. Meanwhile, on the other side of the wall, Classico Pizza feels very much Etobicoke. It’s usually empty, with the exception of a few 70+ couples and the guitarist they’ve hired for every Thursday night. The staff is SO eager to see you, and immediately ask you to come back. All that’s missing is a restaurant parking lot outside.

Crème de la Crème is Etobicoke through and through. We were the youngest ones there by 30+ years. That would NEVER happen at a Toronto brunch joint – not even on a Friday. The walls are sponge painted and peeling, and the bathroom is past a tall fake plant. But you know what? Sometimes you’ve got to go to Etobicoke to go back to basics.

I ordered the three-egg breakfast with a side of tomatoes and avocado. I deviated from my usual fried or poached eggs to try scrambled eggs, and it was a mistake; not Etobicoke’s fault though. I just like dipping in yolk. I know better for next time.

My hodgepodge meal.

My hodgepodge meal.

The order was delivered to us faster than Morrison’s in Kingston. In fact, Morrison’s has a strong reputation for the fastest food service of all time, so I wondered if their new marvel was delivering to Etobicoke in under ten minutes. The eggs, as I said, were tasteless and boring. But the hashbrowns, the avocados, and the tomatoes, were all no-fuss and delicious. Truly, Etobicoke’s hashbrowns are what I wish all potatoes would taste like. To combat the blandness of the scrambled eggs, I mixed everything on my plate and ate it as ladylike as I could. I was in Etobicoke, after all.

While Crème de la Crème doesn’t have a gimmick, like Toronto brunch places do, they did the basic breakfast very well and very quickly.

Thanks, Etobicoke!

Etobicoke word count: 17
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#19: Fanny Chadwick’s

Fanny Chadwick's

Fanny Chadwick’s

#19 on blogTO’s 50 Best Brunches: Fanny Chadwick’s

The Location: Fanny Chadwick’s (we’ve all passed this place a million times, but contrary to popular belief, it is NOT on Bloor street)

The Time: Late September, Saturday afternoon

The Company: LK Team Sudbury, Alain, Jillian and me!

Veggie Menu: Granola, fruit and yogurt, Two Farm Fresh Eggs (with greens, toast (sourdough is an option!), and baked beans or fruit), daily omelette (with the same sides), Fanny’s Rancheros (their take on the classic, with beans, avocado sauce, but served on sourdough and with potato hash and fruit instead of meat), the Finnish pancakes (topped with mango passion fruit compote and other sweet things, with beans and fruit on the side), or a Build Your Own Benny (veggie options include wilted greens, blanco baked beans, sautéed mushrooms (yuck), and extra hollandaise (who wants that?))

Fanny's Ranch-bleh-ros.

Fanny’s Ranch-bleh-ros.

I lived in the Annex for seven years and never came to this place. I ran by it at least a hundred times and never came here. I walked by it on my way to the Tarragon and still never came here. Turns out, I wasn’t missing much.

The three of us sat down on the outdoor mini-putt (aka the patio) and ordered the Rancheros (I don’t know why I keep doing this to myself) and the Farm Fresh Eggs. Apparently this farm fed molasses to their chickens, because that’s what Al’s scrambled eggs tasted like. The potatoes were nice, but the side salad I shared with Al was not. Mine and Jillian’s Rancheros was only okay. The sourdough bread got lost under all the mushiness of the guac and beans. Really, every piece of sourdough bread has been a disappointment since the days of CoGro’s sandwiches.

Another Rancheros bites the dust.

Another Rancheros bites the dust.

Considering the competition, I am REALLY surprised Fanny’s is so high on blogTO’s list. It was a nice couple of hours spent with good friends, but still, I would have rather spent it at nearby Grapefruit Moon, or Sudbury’s Laughing Buddha.

*Acknowledgements: This blog post brought to you by The Annex, Bloor Street, Queen’s University’s Common Ground, Sudbury’s Laughing Buddha, the Tarragon Theatre, farmers who feed their chickens molasses, and mini-putt courses all over the world.*

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#21: Grapefruit Moon

The Grapefruit Moon rises over the Vegan Grilled Cheese

The Grapefruit Moon rises over the Vegan Grilled Cheese

#21 on blogTO’s Best Brunches: Grapefruit Moon

The Location: Grapefruit Moon (north of Bloor, on Bathurst)

The Time: mid-September, Saturday morning

The Company: Good friend and fellow runner, Stacey!

Veggie Menu: the Half Moon Breakfast (eggs, toast and home fries), the Vegan morning (a tofu scramble with veggies and vegan cheese), Morning Poutine (home fries topped with fried onions, cheese, hollandaise sauce, green onions and two fried eggs), french toast, crispy corn cakes, ultimate grilled cheese, and the ultimate vegan grilled cheese

Only Stacey could look this glamorous after a run.

Only Stacey could look this glamorous after a run.

First things first: Stacey is a vegan. She is on my mind every time I go for brunch. As a vegetarian, I always have options, or at least substitutions, at all brunch places. Stacey, as a vegan, doesn’t have that luxury. Enter Grapefruit Moon.

After our 7k run with Parkdale Road Runners and a little furniture shopping on Queen West, we transited up Bathurst and sat ourselves on GM’s patio. Stacey opted for the grilled cheese, which, on the plate, looks like the epitome of Grapefruit Moon. She gave two vegan thumbs up!

Breakfast Poutine

Breakfast Poutine

I, in turn, was tempted by the breakfast poutine. I asked if the gravy was vegetarian, and found out that it’s not served with gravy at all, but rather hollandaise sauce. Having had success with another homefries-based meal the week before, I decided to go for it, but asked them to go easy on the hollandaise sauce (I had just gone for a run, but didn’t want to have to go for ANOTHER one).

Truly, this meal was everything I had wanted in a breakfast poutine. Fried onions, plump homefries, cheese, hollandaise, and two fried eggs and green onions to top it all off. In a Starving Artist-like fashion, I gallantly fought the wasps for every last bite.

I hate the sun and I hate the wasps but I love the poutine!

I hate the sun and I hate the wasps but I love the poutine!

Thank you, Grapefruit Moon, for giving my vegan friends something to eat while I had my fill of veggie poutine. I will return.

*Side note: When I visited Lady Marmalade, they had stopped serving their veggie breakfast poutine, because they were afraid of running out of homefries. Were they saving them for more important customers? All I know is that at Grapefruit Moon, I was that more important customer. *puffs chest*

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#20: Universal Grill

Goodbye Summer. Hello Universal Grill!

Goodbye Summer. Hello Universal Grill!

#20 on blogTO’s Best Brunches: Universal Grill

The Location: Universal Grill (We had passed its teal exterior many times along Dupont Street, heading east towards the Annex)

The Time: Mid-September, which seems to be the thick of fall for Toronto

The Company: My parents, and my Chris

Veggie Menu: Buttermilk Pancakes, Huevos Rancheros, French Toast, Spicy Chillie Cheese Spuds Supreme, Cheesy Scrambled Eggs, Granola, a pancake of the day, an omelette of the day (on this day, it was vegetarian, but had mushrooms, yuck) and if you want to, you can make your own breakfast by ordering a combination of eggs, spuds, fruit, toast and pancakes off of the Sides Menu

SCCS (That's Spicy Chillie Cheese Spuds to YOU)

SCCS (That’s Spicy Chillie Cheese Spuds to YOU)

Walking up to the empty patio at Universal Grill felt like arriving at a funeral for summer. The patio was stacked and furniture was covered. Goodbye Summer 2014.

Thankfully, the Spicy Chillie Cheese Spuds were waiting for me, to warm me up and cheer me up. My dad opted for the vegetarian omelette, and my mom for the buttermilk pancakes. We were starving and hadn’t eaten anything all day. Alas, even though it was mid-afternoon and the restaurant was nearly empty, the meals took over 40 minutes to arrive.

I can only assume that the reason the meals took so long was because they were setting fire to my Spicy Chillie Cheese Spuds, and had to extinguish it. The food was SO hot that, even though I dug in immediately, it was at least fifteen minutes until I could taste any flavour. When the temperature settled, the meal reminded me a bit of the taco pie Chris, Cali and I made in university (that’s a good thing), except I could still walk after eating the SCCS (Spicy Chillie Cheese Spuds).

Chris and I also took advantage of the Sides menu and ordered one pancake to share. It was thick and fluffy and was extra tasty topped with the raspberry compote and maple syrup. It wasn’t my favourite pancake in the city, but close.

My second favourite pancake in the city

My second favourite pancake in the city

Apparently my dad’s vegetarian omelette was great too, but I didn’t go near it because of the mushrooms, yuck. I did have some of his challah toast, yum. Here is his dish in intimate detail, since he couldn’t figure out how to work the zoom lens on my SLR.

Mega zoom is what happens when parents take pictures.

Mega zoom is what happens when parents take pictures.

Next time, if the restaurant promises to serve it in a timely fashion, I promise to order the Huevos. If Universal’s Huevos is in the same family as the Chillie Cheese Spuds, it may just compete with Mildred’s Huevos.

Thanks for the food, UGrill!

Thanks for the food, UGrill!

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My blogTO’s Best Brunches List – Halfway Done!

Nearly a year has passed, and I’m halfway through my journey to trying out all 50 of blogTO’s 50 Essential Brunch Restaurants in Toronto. It has been quite challenging, as last year I worked nearly every Saturday and Sunday morning. I’ve also travelled a lot, and have been sidetracked into going to other great brunch spots that didn’t make blogTO’s list. My goal is to get through the rest of the list before blogTO makes anymore changes to it!

To make things easier for me: Toronto brunch restaurants, please serve brunch on Fridays. Us artists like brunch too.

Here are updated rankings of blogTO’s best 50 brunches, and how I rank them in terms of their veggie options.

TIED FOR #1:

1. Bonjour Brioche (blogTO’s #27) – Many veggie options and they’re all mind-blowing

1. Mildred’s Temple Kitchen (blogTO’s #7) – The best Huevos in the city

The Rest:

3. Aunties and Uncles (blogTO’s #1) – A classic, and it’s the same guy who does Choir! Choir! Choir!

4. The Queen and Beaver (blogTO’s #47) – Going for the third time this weekend, at my mom’s request.

5. Rose and Sons (blogTO’s #4) – Poached pears and avocados. Heaven.

6. The White Brick Kitchen (blogTO’s #39) – Very rich, amazing, vegetarian foods.

7: Mitzi’s Cafe (blogTO’s #11) – Good food, good location

8: The Ace (blogTO’s #33) – I suspect it hosts the best eggs benedict. A revisit will confirm.

9. Easy Restaurant (blogTO’s #2) – Many Mexican-inspired veggie options

10: The Federal Reserve (blogTO’s #24) – Daily veggie omelette!

11: Okay Okay (blogTO’s #17) – McDonald’s Hash Browns meets OK2′s Benedict.

12. Lady Marmalade (blogTO’s #5) – Overhyped, and they wouldn’t serve me the miso breakfast poutine.

13. Little Fish (blogTO’s #14) – If you love custards and jams, you likely love this place more than I do.

14: Farmhouse Tavern (blogTO’s #18) – Inventive dishes, great ambiance, slow service, cold tea

15: Wallace & Co. (blogTO’s #50) – Tempeh substitutions are remarkable but not much else is.

16. The Stockyards (blogTO’s #15) – Stocky yards has great emergency vegetarian meals. Go with your carnivorous partner.

17. Voodoo Child (blogTO’s #25) – Very few menu options, period. Hopefully one of the three will always be a veggie meal.

18. The Westerly (blogTO’s #28) – Huevos Rancher-NOs (I can get a bit more mileage out of that joke, can’t I?)

19. Hogtown Vegan (blogTO’s #48) – Oh chicken and waffles, a dish I’d never tried before becoming a vegetarian, how I’ve missed you.

20. Weslodge (blogTO’s #46) – Decorated by Gaston (who uses antlers in all of his decorating). Gaston is not a vegetarian.

21. Emma’s Country Kitchen (blogTO’s #22) – The pig shelf says it all

22. Starving Artist (blogTO’s #37) – Their new location was not up to their usual standards. And their usual standards include WASPS.

23. Saving Grace (blogTO’s #3) – #3 blogTO? Really? I had a flavourless Indian-inspired meal.

24. School (blogTO’s #6) – I’m not sure why blogTO moved School up to #6. They ran out of half of their menu at their all-day brunch, and the items they had were dull and over-priced. LAME.

25. Lazy Daisy’s Cafe (blogTO’s #29) – Daisy is out of her league

Other:

Camp (blogTO’s #40) – Camp has been toying with my heart. First, they closed for three months. Then they reopened as a seafood restaurant and called themselves Fish Camp. Then they decided to close all together. I will miss you, Camp, and treasure the memories. May you rest in peace with my other favourite brunch spot, Kingston’s Epicure.

#28: The Westerly

Huevos Rancher-NOs

Huevos Rancher-NOs

#28 on blogTO’s Best Brunches: The Westerly

The Location: The Westerly (on Roncy, north of a Kind Exchange)

The Time: Saturday morning, early September

The Company: Chris and Kara

Veggie Menu: Creme Brûlée French Toast, Frittata, Eggs Benedict with a substitute of sautéed spinach, lemon ricotta fritters, honey almond granola, Huevos Rancheros, vegetarian baked Mac and Cheese, and two salad options, but who goes to brunch to eat only salad?

Guard Dog, come to brunch with me?

Guard Dog, come to brunch with me?

The Westerly was our third brunchventure (don’t autocorrect me, MacBook, that’s what I meant to write) in Parkdale. I’m smitten with the neighbourhood and happily went on to buy two sweaters at Kind Exchange for $10. I also admired Heisenberg and Los Pollos Hermanos drinking glasses at an antique/general store. Also, we saw a dog guarding Himalayan Collection. Unfortunately for the Westerly, I remember all of these things better than I remember my Huevos.

I was impressed with the veggie menu options, and asked the waitress which one she recommended. I was skeptical, but took her advice and ordered the Huevos. The tacos tasted like beer. (Funny, because I find beer tastes like nachos.) I was, once again, underwhelmed.

I’m sure the Westerly has lovely food, and Chris and Kara both liked their non-vegetarian meals. But restaurants, if your Huevos isn’t amazing, please take it off the menu. You’re toying with my emotions.

I look skeptical about the Huevos, but not about that $10 top I'm wearing from Kind Exchange!

I look skeptical about the Huevos, but not about that $10 top I’m wearing from Kind Exchange!

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veggie.brunch.stratford: Let Them Eat Cake

Veggie Eggs Benny

Veggie Eggs Benny

The Location: Let Them Eat Cake (In Stratford. I don’t know how to get there. I just followed my friends.)

The Time: Labour Day Weekend, Saturday morning

The Company: Our QMT reunion crew (Me, Chris, Liz, Vikki, Rhonda, Anjali, Rebecca)

QMT Reunion in Stratford!

QMT Reunion in Stratford!

Veggie Menu: Omelette, Granola, Oatmeal, French Toast, Buttermilk Pancakes, Banana Oatmeal Pancakes, Belgian Waffle, Eggs Benedict with asparagus and swiss cheese or spinach, a Build Your Own Breakfast where you get to choose any number and combination of toast, pancakes with toppings, home fries, french fries, yogurt, eggs (as many as you want!), and tomatoes, and an assortment of scones, muffins and cookies

Back when we were all in the process of moving out of Kingston, groups of us from Queen’s would meet up in Toronto and brunch at Bloor Street’s Over Easy. We loved every home fry and fried tomato. Let Them Eat Cake has a fancier name but accomplishes the same thing: Unpretentious brunch with room for big groups of people.

L-TEC served us vegetarians eggs benedict (for Anjali) and a meatless Build Your Own Breakfast for me. Since I am obsessed with protein as of late, I ordered three eggs with my homefries and tomatoes (I am also obsessed with tomatoes ever since our trip to Italy).

And now that I'm grown I eat FIVE dozen eggs....

And now that I’m grown I eat FIVE dozen eggs….

There was nothing fancy about the breakfast but everything was well-cooked and hit the spot. Not pictured is the apple cinnamon scone that I had. The quality of their scones makes this place way more than a greasy spoon, and makes them a way better brunch destination than Over Easy and its counterparts. In Anjali’s words:

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Thank you, L-TEC, for curing our hangriness (and no, auto correct, I do not mean hungriness) and taking care of our protein and scone needs.

...so I'm roughly the size of a BARGE!

…so I’m roughly the size of a BARGE!

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#48: Hogtown Vegan

Hogtown French Toast

Hogtown French Toast

#48 on blogTO’s Best Brunches: Hogtown Vegan

The Location: Hogtown Vegan (Their new location is WEST of Ossington, not east)

The Time: Early August

The Company: Husband Chris and Cousin Natalie

Veggie Menu: As a vegan establishment, everything on the menu is vegan, but lots of items pretend to be carnivorous. Options are the Rancheros, the omelet, BLT, PB & Banana French Toast (with tofu bacon), Unchicken and Waffles, Tortilla Salad, and Greek Salad.  They have soy and wheat-based proteins, among others.

We braved the heat of construction-laddened Bloor street to find the new location of Hogtown Vegan. We nearly missed the chalkboard sign.

Hogtown Vegan's New Location

Hogtown Vegan’s New Location

When we found it, we decided on the French Toast for Natalie, the Huevos for Chris, and the Unchicken and Waffles for me.

A very merry unchicken for you!

A very merry unchicken for you!

Chicken and waffles was a dish I was unfamiliar with, even before becoming a vegetarian. However, I greatly enjoyed Hogtown Vegan’s interpretation. Their unchicken does a good job of pretending to be the real thing, much better than meat substitutes found at the grocery store. I didn’t know how much I had missed fried chicken until I had their battered grain and vegetable protein. Really, the batter is all that matters.

Natalie’s french toast was also battered and looked like fish to me. Her meal was so heavy that between the three of us, we couldn’t finish it. We all agreed the dish would have been better without the tofu bacon, and it overall felt like a very unhealthy choice.

Scrambled Tofu Huevos

Scrambled Tofu Huevos

Chris’ Huevos was fine, but as I still eat eggs, I can’t come to terms with a tofu substitute. The sunflower sour cream was nice, but again, I missed the real thing.

Don’t go to Hogtown expecting a healthy, light vegan meal. These dishes are just as fried as carnivorous brunches can be, and are just as likely to induce a mid-day food coma. If you’re going to go, just do the unchicken and waffles. If you’re going to have a food coma, it might as well be worth while.

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