With traditional Spanish cuisine on the menu, Patria serves an authentic brunch two ways: prix-fixe and a la carte. The brunch is extensive and features its renowned tapas, alongside classic breakfast dishes like the Huevo De Pato y Pisto. There are three prix-fixe menus priced at $30, $40 and $50. Patria is open for brunch Sundays from 10:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.
Keep your eyes peeled on your next King Street stroll or you’ll miss the decorative scrollwork that is the entrance to Patria, a hip, thoughtful haven of Spanish tapas enclosed in glass and tucked behind another building in Toronto’s Fashion District. Here’s where you want to see and be seen, nibbling figs with cheese, olives and the finest cured meat this side of Andalucia. Consider the dates and patatas bravas must-tries. Specials of the day, like lobster sliders and Spanish octopus, keep the menu fresh. The cleavers on the wall spell out “Full Stomach, Happy Heart” in Spanish. Visit Patria and you’ll be convinced.
A visit to Patria is basically a visit to Spain, thanks to Chef Janet Hoediono’s captivating fare.
From simple starters of Pimientos de Padron ($9 - blistered peppers, sea salt) and Iberico de Bellota ($34 - 36 Month Acorn-Fed Black-Hoof Jamón Ibérico) to complex paellas ($26-$75), which must be ordered 45 minutes in advance to allow “the rice to settle and flavours to blend,” it is a veritable journey through Southern Spain, all without having to scour around for your passport.
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