400 Blor St West, Toronto
Cost: Approx $20
Recently went to BTWC again for a friend’s birthday brunch gathering.
The french toast stuffed with apples and brie sat very well with the birthday girl.
(I ordinarily flock towards french toast, but can’t do brie and didn’t feel like regular french toast that day – *gasp* I know).
Instead, I ordered the omelette with chorizo, jalapenos and onions (minus the cheddar). I still can’t believe it comes with a Montreal bagel, too!
I was really glad for the spicy chorizo and jalepenos in the omelette ’cause otherwise it was lacking a bit of something…some herbs? Thyme? Oregano? The other girls who ordered omelettes said the same of their omelettes..that it was missing a little somethin’.
My friend ordered the burrito…which was quite good although again, needed a little hot sauce in my humble opinion.
My veg friend who couldn’t eat eggs that day was at a loss of what to order that didn’t have eggs in it…waffles would have been a better choice than the baba ganough that she ordered with pita. As an appetizer shared between..many…it would have been great, but as a meal for one it faired well below average and the eggplant tasted a bit burnt or if you’d rather, overly smoked. A definite disappointment.
Something a little more veg friendly for breakfast instead of salad and other more lunchy-type options would be better. Possibly the waffles are the only thing that qualified in this case.
The OJ, on the other hand, was splendid.
And the cheesecake seemed to be a hit amongst the others.
Looks like the baba ganough isn’t deflecting the customers at all; BTWC is a much happening place…with a constant stream of patrons flowing in and out. With their lovely, sunny patio and friendly service, it surely is a nice brunch spot in the Annex.