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10 Best Breakfast Sandwiches in Toronto

10 Best Breakfast Sandwiches in Toronto

On the hunt for the best breakfast sandwiches in Toronto?

When you think breakfast sandwiches, you probably think of Timmie’s or McD’s first, but there are plenty of incredible local spots in Toronto worth checking out instead!

I love me a good breakfast sandwich, and there are plenty of awesome spots that serve up unique and delicious breakfast sandwiches in Toronto.

Here are some of the best places to grab breakfast sandwiches in Toronto!

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Best breakfast sandwiches in Toronto

Creamy Corn Salsa breakfast sandwich from Egg Club in North York, Toronto

Egg Club

Egg Club’s heavenly breakfast sandwiches are made with perfectly soft and sweet Japanese milk bread, an incredible creation also known as shokupan.

They’ve got a variety of breakfast sandwich options, from their Bacon & Cheese, to their BLT, to their Chipotle Lobster.

Creamy Corn Salsa breakfast sandwich from Egg Club in North York, Toronto
The Creamy Corn Salsa breakfast sandwich.

All of their breakfast sandwiches feature their fluffy and delicately folded eggs, which are cooked to perfection.

You can also pair your sandwich with a hash brown and some coffee from local coffee roaster De Mello.

Egg Club in North York, Toronto

The nice thing about this spot is that everything is under $10, including the Chipotle Lobster breakfast sandwich, so it’s quite affordable!

Egg Club has 4 locations across the city: by Yonge & Dundas, by Yonge & Wellesley, in Liberty Village, and in North York (by Yonge & Finch).

If you’re interested in seeing more, you can peep out my TikTok video at Egg Club!

LOCATION: Various locations

Egg Bae

Breakfast sandwiches are the specialty here at Egg Bae.

This Kensington Market breakfast spot has just 6 sandwich options on the menu, each made with organic free-range eggs.

They prepare their fluffy egg buns and meats in-house from scratch, and they even have gluten-free buns for my gluten-intolerant friends.

The Bae-Sic features their house-made pork belly sausage and tomato jam, and their Seaside Bae features their house-cured citrus pepper salmon.

If you love potatoes with your brekkie, grab one of their hash browns or tater tots.

In case you didn’t know, “bae” is an internet slang term that means “before anything/all else”.

LOCATION: 189 Augusta Ave, Toronto, ON

Gold Standard

This little takeout window in Roncesvalles is well-known for their amazing breakfast sandwiches.

Their epic Gold Standard Breakfast Sandwich features a scrambled egg, cheddar, aioli, pickles (yep, you heard that right!), and hot sauce on an English muffin.

You can also add bacon (do it!), kale, or Impossible vegetarian sausage for an additional fee.

They’ve also got some other sandwiches on the menu, including The Alternative with hummus, pickles, and chimmichurri.

They’ve also got an adorable little shop in Parkdale, located right on Queen West.

LOCATION: Various locations

Butter Baker Market Café in Toronto

Butter Baker Market Café

Butter Baker is a popular Toronto bakeshop known for their French-style pastries and rotating soft serve ice cream menu.

They now serve up brunch at their Bay & Dundas location, and it’s definitely worth the visit!

Waffles are the specialty at the café, but they’ve got an incredible Smoked Salmon Croissant with whipped citrus ricotta and fried capers.

It even comes with your choice of a side salad or home fries, and the home fries are perfectly garlicky and delicious.

If you’re interested in seeing more of Butter Baker, peep out my TikTok video all about it!

LOCATION: 120 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON

The Bagel House

The Bagel House has been offering up Montreal-style bagels in Toronto since 1999, and they’ve got some fantastic breakfast sandwiches.

They’ve got several all-day breakfast options, including their BELT (bacon, egg, lettuce, tomato) or breakfast bagels with bacon, ham, turkey, or sausage.

If you haven’t had Montreal bagels before, they’re boiled in honey water before baking in a wood-fired oven to give them a sweet and crunchy exterior.

The owners spent years working at some of Montreal’s best bagel shops, and they decided to bring their craft here to Toronto over 20 years ago!

They’ve got 5 locations across Toronto, including in the Rosedale neighbourhood and in midtown Toronto.

LOCATION: Various locations

Cafe Neon

Cafe Neon is a super cute spot on Queen West serving up delicious, globally-inspired eats.

Opt for the Bacon Breakfast Bagel (which can be made vegetarian), or go for either the Sausage & Egg (white cheddar, chicken sausage patty, spicy mayo) or Kale & Egg (fried kale, cheddar, spicy mayo) breakfast sandwiches on English muffins.

You’ll also find a variety of other unique and internationally-inspired brunch dishes like their Eggs Cilbur with chili butter, garlic yoghurt, and chimichurri.

You can find Cafe Neon on Queen West near Trinity Bellwoods.

LOCATION: 1024 Queen St W, Toronto, ON

Breakfast sandwiches from Lazy Daisy's Café in Toronto

Lazy Daisy’s Café

Lazy Daisy’s is a rustic, homey café that serves up homemade and farm-fresh sandwiches and baked goods in Toronto.

This gem of a spot has a bunch of breakfast options on the menu, including pancakes and breakfast sandwiches.

Most of their breakfast sandwiches are made with their handmade buttermilk country biscuits and free-run eggs, and they’re all absolutely amaze.

Go for the Rise N’ Fry with spicy fried chicken if ya like it spicy, or try the Rise & Shine with Mennonite smoked bacon and aged white cheddar if you like it simple.

They’ve even got a vegan breakfast sandwich featuring plant-based eggs, roasted portabello mushrooms, and vegan cheese on a vegan and gluten-free biscuit.

You can find them in the Leslieville neighbourhood!

LOCATION: 1515 Gerrard St E, Toronto, ON


This chic bakery in Harbord Village offers up some of the best breakfast sandwiches in Toronto.

Choose between their Egg + Cheese Muffin or Sausage, Egg + Cheese Muffin, both of which include hot sauce, or go for the Bacon Butty on sourdough.

They also offer up a variety of espresso and tea drinks, including their Honey Chai Latte and Matcha Latte.

You can enjoy your breakfast on their super nice heated and covered outdoor patio!

LOCATION: 161 Harbord St, Toronto, ON


This hip Ossington spot operates as a café by day and a bar by night.

Their unique and delicious Breakfast Sandwich features a fried egg, cheddar, bacon, and braised tuscan kale on a house-made English muffin, and you can sub bacon for avocado to make it vegetarian.

It also includes a combo of hot sauce, aioli, and ketchup, and it’s oh-so-heavenly.

You can also opt for their Ham & Egg Sandwich or Salmon on English Muffin instead!

They’ve also got some other breakfast options on the menu, including their French Toast, Croque Madame, and Shakshuka.

LOCATION: 210 Ossington Ave, Toronto, ON

Avling Kitchen & Brewery

Find this aesthetically-pleasing, farm-to-table brewpub right in Leslieville.

They offer up a frequently-changing brunch menu, all made with ethically and responsibly-farmed Canadian ingredients.

From their Farmer’s Breakfast with bacon from Perth, to their Mushroom Benny with Ontario mushrooms, you’ll find plenty of delicious menu items.

They even have their own 4,000 square foot urban rooftop farm, where they grow all kinds of produce for their dishes and botanicals for their own beers!

LOCATION: 1042 Queen St E, Toronto, ON

Best breakfast sandwiches in Toronto:

  1. Egg Club
  2. Egg Bae
  3. Gold Standard
  4. Butter Baker Market Café
  5. The Bagel House
  6. Cafe Neon
  7. Lazy Daisy’s Café
  8. Emmer
  9. Manita
  10. Avling Kitchen & Brewery

These were some of the best breakfast sandwiches to try in Toronto!

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