You'll flipping love these spots. 🥞
If your favourite meal is a stack of pancakes or eggs benedict, we've got you covered. Narcity spoke to local food experts and influencers to find the best restaurants in Ottawa for brunch.
There is no need to spend hours searching online to figure out which eateries are worth the hype. Here are seven top picks that you'll want to try:
Wilf & Ada's
Address: 510 Bank St., Ottawa, ON
Why You Need To Go: Local food experts Lydie and Paul from @foodsofottawa adore this local diner. For brunch, they suggest ordering the eggs benedict covered in hollandaise sauce and smoked bacon.
Address: 479 Bronson Ave., Ottawa, ON
Why You Need To Go: Carlo from @consumedbycarlo is one of the top food influencers in the city, and his top pick is JAX, as "almost everything made in house."
Address: 282 Kent St., Ottawa, ON
Why You Need To Go: Local food blogger Allie (@yumyumyow) is a massive fan of Mazarine as they have menu items you can't find anywhere else in the city. She recommends you try their ashta pancakes.
Address: 337 Richmond Rd., Ottawa, ON
Why You Need To Go: Ottawa culinary scene expert (@ottfoodie) loves Gezelling as they have one the best brunch deals in town.
Allo Mon CoCo
Address: 1377 Woodroffe Ave. & 2277 Riverside Dr., Ottawa, ON
Why You Need To Go: If you are searching for large portions and lots of variety on the menu, local food blogger Srishti (@the_wandering_foodie_girl) recommends you visit Allo Mon CoCo.
The King Eddy
Address: 45 Clarence St., Ottawa, ON
Why You Need To Go: Halal food blogger Yumi from @eatwithyumi says they have one of the best eggs benedicts she's eaten.
Chesterfield's Gastro Diner
Address: 1433 Wellington St. W., Ottawa, ON
Why You Need To Go: This cozy spot lives up to the hype and serves so many mouthwatering dishes like breakfast poutine. Chesterfield's Gastro Diner is the top brunch spot for these food influencers: Rich (@onelove.foodie), Bonnie (@simplyfuuud), plus Giulia and Elisa (@sistersslovefood).
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