Best Mexican brunch in Toronto

The only thing better than brunch, is a Mexican brunch! Lucky for us Toronto has some top notch choices. From savoury huevos rancheros to sweet churros pancakes, there are some drool-worthy offerings in this city. Here are the top Mexican brunches in Toronto. [Photo credit: El Catrin by Erica Salyi-Pannozzo]

Fonda Lola

1
942 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1G8

Introduced last year, Fonda Lola’s brunch is a must try for anyone who loves Mexican cuisine. The menu includes items like tacos filled with egg whites, bacon, crema and salsa roja, spicy eggs benny and tequila-infused granola, yes you read that right. Fonda Lola does not take reservations (sob).

El Catrin Destileria

2
18 Tank House Lane, Toronto, ON M5A 3C4

A little bit of Mexico in the Distillery District, El Catrin offers its Mexican brunch weekends and holidays until 3 p.m. The menu includes French toast Mexican style, with mango, whipped ancho chilie mascarpone and salsa roja. Sweet stuff includes churros and panqueques - Mezcal maple syrup, whipped cream and fresh fruit. Reservations are available.

El Trompo

3
277 Augusta Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2M1

Margarita slushies are on the brunch menu at El Trompo. The Kensington Market eatery has a small brunch menu, but it packs a punch. From huevos rancheros to tacos al pastor, all the favourites are there. El Trompo does not take reservations.

Milagro Cantina on Mercer

4
5 Mercer St, Toronto, ON M5V 1H2

Brunch enchiladas anyone? That alone should be enough to get you out of bed and into Milagro’s. The brunch menu is filled with delicious Mexican eats like the Dos Huevos with 2 eggs any style, papas hash, refritos, toast and smoked bacon, plus its famous churros, served with milk caramel.

La Hacienda Restaurant

5
640 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1E4

Located on Queen West, La Hacienda has a massive brunch menu. It offers five tacos that come with salad and the made-in-house salsa, along with a selection of burritos, quesadillas and enchiladas. The brunch is available on weekends.

Huevos Gourmet

6
2888 Lake Shore Blvd W, Etobicoke, ON M8V 1J2

This Etobicoke eatery is under the radar, but it won’t be for much longer. Huevos Gourmet serves a few Mexican staples on its menu like huevos rancheros, a breakfast quesadilla, and a breakfast burrito. While the menu might be small, it’s definitely a must-try! The brunch is offered every day.

El Caballito

7
220 King St W, Toronto, ON M5H 1K4

Available Saturdays, El Caballito serves up an authentic Mexican brunch! Feast on the Taco de Canasta which is made with handmade corn tortillas, pabalano mashed potato, chicken millanese and guac. You can’t leave until you try the churro pancakes, served with chocolate chips, piloncillo syrup and fresh fruit! El Caballito accepts reservations.

El Loco Restaurant & Event Space

8
9 Church St, Toronto, ON M5E 1M2

El Local Loco just opened on Church Street and the brunch offerings are quite extensive. All the Benedictos come with home fries, avocado and cilantro hollandaise sauce! It also serves Churro French Toast, breakfast poutine with a Mexican twist and chorizo burritos. The brunch is served Saturday and Sunday.

El Pocho Antojitos Bar

9
2 Follis Ave, Toronto, ON M6G 1S3

Perfect hangover food can be found on Sneaky Dee’s brunch menu. The menu includes eggs benny with avocado, Concha Con Huevos (two poached eggs placed in crisp corn tortilla cups filled with salsa mole), two types of breakfast burritos and more! The brunch is served right up until dinner service on weekends, offered from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Sneaky Dee's Ltd

10
431 College St, Toronto, ON M5T 1T1

Perfect hangover food can be found on Sneaky Dee’s brunch menu. The menu includes eggs benny with avocado, Concha Con Huevos (two poached eggs placed in crisp corn tortilla cups filled with salsa mole), two types of breakfast burritos and more! The brunch is served right up until dinner service on weekends, offered from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.

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