|Colette Grand Cafe was on my bucket list for a while now, making our 336 miles of distance so worth it. This sophisticated spot has a restaurant, a bar, and a bakery area. I’ve been waiting to try their brunch for a while especially the Saturday a-la-carte menu.I got my Toronto girlfriends and we had the perfect girly time enjoying some cocktails and yummy food on a lovely and sunny Saturday morning.Colette’s stunning and bright space with a french inspired decor will leave you nothing but breathless. It was all in the little details, the smell of fresh croissants, the perfect antique floor tiles, a dreamy sidewalk patio and hand-painted tiles making this spot the IT place for brunch time and obviously transporting you to a piece of Paris in the middle of Toronto.
|Here’s what we ordered this day:Drinks– Michelada- Mimosa- Bowl of Latte- Americano
|Food– Eggs benedict (with a perfect hollandaise sauce)- Lemon ricotta pancakes- Avocado & salmon toast- Colette breakfast- Extra of maple glazed bacon, all the bacon, Colette!
|I’m still dreaming about this salad, the dressing, and that hollandaise sauce. These poached eggs and a summery michelada made my morning. Yeah, I’m a michelada kinda girl.
|Of course, I had to do it. Of course!
|Colette Grand Cafe550 Wellington Street West, TorontoMon – Fri 11:30 am to close / Weekends 10am to closeReservations: Totally recommended to make reservations. We didn’t do it this day and we were lucky we found a spot, super busy on weekends for brunch.Kids Friendly: Very friendly. You’ll have enough room for your stroller and a private bathroom with changing tables for your little ones. The staff is also adorable and outgoing.