By August 03, 2017 , , , ,



Saturday mornings are for lazy sleep ins, rolling around in bed and hearty brunches.

Last weekend, these two lovely girls flew in from Winnipeg to visit me for the weekend in #the6ix. They thought they were coming to see the CN tower, but instead were given a full blown food tour of the city instead.

Smash is a special place for me for many reasons, but mainly because it's one of the only places in the city that I'll often crave on a Saturday morning whenever someone mentions brunch.

Their fare is simple with a short but diverse list of eggs benny and omelettes to french toast and chicken and waffles. The options are limited enough to not be overwhelming, but wide enough so you feel like you have a good selection.

My go-to is their classic eggs benedict with the meatiest ham possible. Their eggs are always perfectly done and it comes with a generous heaping of potatoes by default but I like to switch it out for an equally generous serving of fruit.

The girls went for the clubhouse sandwich and an omelette respectively. which judging by their expressions was as delicious as you would expect. All the brunch items come with the choice of making it into a prix fixe for a flat price of $20, which includes tea/coffee, a brunch entree and a choice between three of their decadent desserts.

Would recommend sitting on the patio if you come on a bright sunny day like we did, but do bring sunscreen so you prevent those nasty burns! The cherry on top is that main street Unionville is also a short 10 minute walk away, so enjoy yourselves but leave enough room for ice cream at the Old Firehall Confectionary!

All in all a perfect way to start our day.


For more photos and reviews of Smash Kitchen and Bar, please visit the following link;

Smash Kitchen & Bar Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato 

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