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With the exceptional scenery and bustling atmosphere of Montreal, dining over a delicious brunch will make for a memorable experience worth returning for. After trying some of the best restaurants in the city, it’ll become a favorite activity and meal.
1. Restaurant l’Avenue
Both travelers and locals visit Restaurant l’Avenue just for the brunch, even with the long wait at times. This Montreal restaurant serves traditional classics like scrumptious stacks of French toast with caramel sauce to fancier fancier favorites like the “Sucre Sale” eggs benedict. The side fresh of fruit is ripe and delicious, with fun drinks full of plenty of flavor.
For customer favorites, try the eggs benedict with salmon, the fruit kabob, and chorizio sausage for a delicious experience. Their fruit cocktails are made fresh and will perfectly complete any meal on the menu.
2. Lawrence Restaurant
This modern restaurant is small in size, but big in taste. The brunch has a British twist, with breakfast sandwiches and breakfast rolls. Their donuts are also made fresh to order and come with different flavors of moist fillings. Unique options at the Lawrence Restaurant include the squid salad, scrambled eggs with smoked trout, and juice breakfast cocktails. The presentations of the plates are impressive, making for both a delicious and entertaining establishment.
3. The Sparrow
Known as one of the most talked about Montreal restaurants in the area, The Sparrow impresses its patrons with superb apple cakes, pork belly und sauerkraut with kielbasa, steak and eggs, and eggs florentine with smoked salmon. Some of their sides include applesauce, homemade tater tots, biscuits, and tortilla chips with guacamole.
Their decor is hip and edgy with quirky elements that includes vintage chairs and brick walls, along with an L-shaped couch where you can relax. The stained glass window displayed completes the decor for a unique and fun atmosphere.
4. Prohibition Montreal
For something out of the ordinary, Prohibition Montreal offers twists on favorites that include lemon-ricotta pancakes with blueberries, the triple chocolate pretzel cookie, sugar bacon, and challah french toast and fried chicken. This Montreal restaurant attracts foodies worldwide who love the cuisine that is a bit out of the ordinary, but nice for a change. Everything is made fresh to order with wholesome ingredients and large portions.
A beautiful grand piano sits as the centerpiece of the establishment, set in a modern and comfortable location that avoids being too fussy.