According to several sources ''Brunch should have its own menu or at the very least some brunch specials .Most of the time, brunch should be a fixed price affair, so you will know what the meal is going to cost you before you even sit down.'' From what I see, in Toronto, many restaurants' brunches are constituted of items belonging to their breakfast or lunch menu, each with a different price, and no prix fixe. I'd like to have my chowhound friends' opinion on that. To me, this does not meet the definition of ''Brunch''. Thanks !