We all know that brunch is the most important meal of the day, and Toronto has endless options to satisfy your morning cravings. You can find all sorts of delicious meals around the city that are worth getting up for on a Saturday. A new venue recently opened, and it's bringing all your early eat fantasies to the next level. Toronto's True True Diner brunch is both Insta and drool-worthy.

True True Diner has taken over what was once True True Pizzeria, and it's serving a range of Italian-inspired fare. It officially opened its doors in the fall.

The modern venue reflects the history of diners and segregation through the photos adorning the walls.

Many civil rights movements and protests took place at diners during the '60s, and this spot pays tribute to the important role of social responsibility diners held and still hold today.

The menu has a variety of options, from egg plates to burgers and pizza.

Brunch is served Tuesday to Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m, so you can sleep in and still make it in time to get your breakfast fill.

The Apple Crumble Pancakes are a must-try. Dig into a fat stack of buckwheat pancakes, topped with apple compote, sweet thyme ricotta, and maple butter.

For those with a more savoury tooth, you can get the Salted Cod Benny or True Brekkie, which comes with eggs, sauteed greens, and focaccia toast.

Lunch and dinner options include salads, pizzas, and sandwiches.

Of course, no meal is complete without something sweet, and you can't leave without ordering one of the picture-perfect milkshakes.

Available in vanilla or butter pecan, the creamy drinks are dressed with a huge cloud of colourful candy floss.

The diner also features kombucha on tap, as well as a selection of teas, coffees, beers, wines, and other boozy drinks.

Next time you're in search of a brunch spot, or just looking to try something new, you can indulge in some delicious plates at the True True Diner.

You can also check out these new Toronto restaurants that are worth a visit.

True True Diner

Price: 💸💸

Cuisine: Italian

Address: 169 King St. E., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Fill up on delicious plates like Apple Crumble Pancakes and insane milkshakes.

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