Friday, July 23, 2010


Eggspectation (220 Yonge Street, Toronto)
Monday to Saturday: 7 AM to 9 PM
Sunday: 7 AM to 5 PM

Banango: "banana and mango blended with fresh orange juice and ice".

Tasted like the drinks I used to make in the blender - not bad. I thought it would be more slushy-textured though because ice was listed in the menu. 

Eggstravaganza: "two eggs (any style) and two slices of French toast, choice of sausage, ham or bacon, served with grilled potatoes and chef's fruit garnish".
I was expecting the fluffy kind of scrambled eggs, but that's okay. Andrew (who ordered the same thing) was actually afraid that they'd be those kind of scrambled eggs, so he got sunny side up. The most interesting thing on the plate was the French toast. They used egg bread (tasted like Challah) which made it very soft. There were a few bites with slightly crunchy outsides. As a result of the type of bread used, the French toast didn't seem too heavy, even with the maple syrup. I quite liked it, and so did Andrew.  Everything else was decent.

It took an annoyingly long time for a server to come and get our order, but when she finally came by, she was very friendly. She brought us two glasses of water in addition to our drinks without us asking for them. 

Would I return? Yeah, I liked the French toast. Though... if it isn't obvious from the site, I do like French toast in general. 

Total damage: $42.32 for two people with beverages.

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