Morning Glory Diner, Toronto

A tiny little gem of a breakfast and lunch spot in the east end neighborhood of Toronto, may just have the best breakfast sandwich rolls around. Soft, yet chewy, and porous enough to soak up plenty of the house-made aoli they slather on. The small menu isn’t all that veggie-friendly, outside of the omelette of the day and yogurt with granola, but I ordered this breakfast sandwich without the “mennonite ham” and with a side of rosti – basically a hashbrown patti, with house-made ketchup. It’s nothing fancy, but it’s a delicious and quaint operation (one cook, one waitress) with vintage dishware, big portions, and nice prices.

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