Great breakfast places in Richmond

From vegan menus to meat-filled plates, breakfast is served many ways in Richmond. Add in an awesome seaside atmosphere and it’s an unbeatable way to start your day. [Photo courtesy of Yellow Pages]

Browns Socialhouse

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1020-11660 Steveston Hwy, Richmond, BC V7A 1N6

Give yourself a chance to sleep in on weekend mornings before heading out for some wickedly good brunch. Browns opens at 10 am for brunch and fills up quickly with diners hungry for creative twists on traditional dishes. Instead of ordinary eggs Benny, dress it up with prosciutto and goat cheese. Same goes for their steak ‘n’ eggs, which features a 5 oz beef filet instead of the usual strip loin.

Lido Restaurant

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150-4231 Hazelbridge Way, Richmond, BC V6X 3L7

Vancouver’s strong Asian influence means Chinese restaurants pop up everywhere, but Lido is the real deal. It has the appearance and feel of an authentic Chinese bakery, from the Chinese-only signage to the big and bustling communal table and fast, no-nonsense service. If you can’t read the menu, the staff will assist.

Steveston Cannery Cafe

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3711 Moncton St, Richmond, BC V7E 3A5

You can get a hearty breakfast here that will help you power through the day. The atmosphere, like the menu, is simple, but portions are big and the food is fresh. In warmer weather, sit outside by the ivied walls to get some sun while you enjoy your coffee.

Purpose Smoothie Co

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115-3900 Bayview St, Richmond, BC V7E 4R7

Purpose Smoothie Co. is located in Steveston village and serves delicious and nutritious smoothies. These yummy sippers are pure goodness: they contain no added sugar, preservatives or artificial flavours. Take your breakfast drink to go – or settle into their cozy and welcoming café space. Try Purpose’s signature smoothie – the Berry Beet!

De Dutch

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120-8031 Leslie Rd, Richmond, BC V6X 1E4

The origins of De Dutch have a somewhat tragic bent, when the founder John Dys was in a bad car accident and scrambling for work. Between his steely resolve and passion for cooking, he managed to create one of B.C.’s most popular breakfast joints where Dutch-style pancakes merge with Canadian culture. The Canadian features a pancake crowned with eggs, bacon and tomato, while the Maple Banana Walnut is just as it sounds.

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