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Bluestone Bistro for Breakfast (Markham)


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Bluestone Bistro for Breakfast (Markham)

Wil | Jan 31, 2006 08:45 AM

Finally!!!! A good breakfast spot in Markham. I know this restaurant has been there for awhile (located on Hwy 7 between Kennedy and Warden in the same strip mall as Yang's Kitchen for all you AYCE people) I've been looking for a decent breakfast option in Markham/Richmond Hill for a long time...something a little nicer than the average greasy spoon type breakfast.

Anyways, Bluestone is a nice discovery for me since I've passed by the place many times but never bothered to try it out. My wife and I brought my father in law there on Saturday. First of all, the service was very good and attentive. The decor was nice and bright. The coffee was above average which is always a good start! My wife had the Florentine eggs beendict (rosti potato on the bottom, smoked salmon and spinich under the poached eggs, english muffin on the side) It was very good, the hollandaise sauce was not overly strong which is how we like it. I had the bluestone skillet (black forest ham, eggs and cheese over homefires on a piping hot skillet) This was ok, exactly how is sounds, a hearty, comforting breakfast. The highligh was my father in laws smoked salmon, crab, brie omlette. WOW. What a combination on a omlette, it was out of this world. My father in law was raving about it all morning. It really was quite good. We'll be heading back for sure.

The food was excellent, but the price is on the high side for breakfast. Total for all 3 of us with tax and tip was around 36-38. I don't remember exactly. I would still recommend this place!

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