The New Brunch Menu You Need To Try in Montreal This Spring

If you live in Montreal, I’m pretty sure we all felt on cloud nine when we heard a new Tommy Cafe was happening, and this time: with a big brunch menu. Tommy opened its second location in Old Montreal a few weeks ago focusing this time in a brunch theme or of course, heaven to me.
I invited my lovely friends Sabrina and Didier (all the way from Toronto to this cute place) for a morning fest of hugs, omelets and very VERY good coffee.
also, I should note that a week or so ago, I started a new low carb life (I know, don’t get me started) based on a combination of Keto and low-carb-style diet (a tribute to my gestational diabetes era). It has been a tremendous change and surviving so far past 7 days it’s a victory in my books. I’ve been wanting to do for a while, and no worries, I’ll be sure to have some cheat meals throughout this new lifestyle and a full blog post as soon as I see results. 
In the meantime, let’s jump back to Tommy!
This new cafe is somehow fun and warm with the loveliest staff I ever did meet. They even arranged new flowers during our visit when they saw us taking pictures of everything, I mean, Tommy can you be any cuter?Compared to the OG Tommy, this location has a bunch more tables, and it’s not only brunch but a lunch menu as well. Omelettes, Toasts, Bagels and even Guac is served all morning for breakfast, and I’m impressed I managed not to spill my coffee or water during my first visit (cuz I have a PHD doing it so many times, lol).What we tried for Brunch:- Ham and cheddar omelette- El Tartufo omelette with Boschetto al Tartufo, wild mushrooms, caramelized onions- Huevos “tommy-tillos with Salsa verde, cotija cheese, sour cream, tortillaall the plates are served with a toast and a homemade hashbrownPs. our fave coffee so far, with macadamia and almond milk!

Didier, this camera tho. (you are way cuter, ok?)
Our omelettes, all scrumptious and fresh!

Tommy St-Paul151 Rue St Paul OuestM-S from 8am to 8pmReservations: I didn’t see any spots reserved, it’s more a casual spot for sure.Price range: $Kids friendly: yes! although I didn’t see high-chairs or changing tables.