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Edward Levesque's - brunch review

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Edward Levesque's - brunch review

julesrules | Sep 25, 2003 10:03 AM

Thanks to a post, by Misha I believe, on the Stuffed French Toast thread, I finally made it to Edward Levesques' kitchen. And I will never eat breakfast anywhere else again! Excellent, up-market concepts and quality for very reasonable prices. My stuffed french toast (ricotta and apricot)& fruit salad was $6.95 and soooo good. It wasn't a huge serving of food like some brunch places like to do, but I prefer quality and uniqueness over quantity. My friends were equally impressed with the salmon cakes and chicken tandoori nan. Grilled tomato side and basil limeade were nice touches to the menu too. Many other menu items that I am looking forward to trying as well! There was a lineup when I first arrived, but by 1:30 (Saturday) the place was half-empty and very relaxed, we did not feel rushed at all. Service was a little off at first (young waiter seemed a little panicked) but things settle down and one of the senior staff (possibly the owner?) kept our coffee cups full. Also nice that they have a good selection of both breakfast and lunch items. Like going out for a nice lunch at brunch prices - I believe almost every item is under $10.

Link: http://www.edwardlevesque.ca/

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