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You Can Eat Cake For Breakfast Like Marie Antoinette At This Whimsical Ottawa Cafe

They also have bottomless mimosas. 🥂
Vanitea Room In Ottawa Has Cake & Bottomless Mimosas For Brunch

If you want to treat yourself to sinfully good brunch, you need to check out the Vanitea Room in Ottawa.

It's a whimsical cafe with gorgeous chandeliers and has the most luxurious slice of cake on its brunch menu.

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Inspired by Marie Antoinette, you can order the "Eat Cake for Breakfast," which is a decadent slice of chocolate cake covered in gooey marshmallow, pieces of peanuts, and edible gold foil.

To go with your jaw-dropping dessert, you can also get a bottomless mimosa for $18.

If you want to try it for yourself, you can visit from Wednesday to Sunday.

The Vanitea Room

Price: $17.50 per slice

Cuisine: Cafe

Address: 551 Somerset St. W., Ottawa, ON

Why You Need To Go: The menu also has The W.A.P (waffles and chicken), or pink eggs benedict.

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