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Whether you’re craving something sweet or savoury, this list of Toronto restaurants has you covered.

Mildred’s Temple Kitchen

85 Hanna Ave 

An established brunch staple in Liberty Village, Mildred’s Temple Kitchen is known for their towering stack of Mrs. Biederhof’s Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes. Served with a wild blueberry compote, Lanark County organic maple syrup and whipped cream. 


299 Roncesvalles Ave

Located in Roncesvalles, this barbeque joint serves their pancakes with a heap of smoked duck, blueberry compote, maple syrup and whipped chèvre. 


70 Fraser Ave

This classroom-themed all day brunch spot in Liberty Village is known for its Black n’ Blue Flapjacks which are stacked high with blackberry and blueberry sauce, brown sugar butter, real whipped cream and pure maple syrup.Try their Apple Crumble pancakes which come with crushed pecans and brown sugar butter. 

Hanabusa Cafe

77 Kensington Ave

If you’re in the mood for something sweet, light, and fluffy as a cloud, Hanabusa’s Japanese soufflé style pancakes will do the trick. Their pancakes are made in an open kitchen where customers can enjoy watching the whole process and their sauces are all made fresh in-house. Featuring pancake flavours such as matcha, nutella and strawberry cream cheese, their most famous signature pancake combo is a custard pancake and earl grey caramel pancake. 

Okonomi House

23 Charles St West

This regional Japanese restaurant by Bloor and Yonge has been serving savoury pancakes in Toronto since 1978. Some of their available flavours of their okonomiyaki (a savoury Japanese pancake made with a batter of milk, egg and flour, then cabbage, a choice of meat and topped with mayo and okonomiyaki sauce) include beef, chicken, squid, vegetable, bacon and scallops. 


671 St Clair Ave W

This St. Clair west spot is a family owned and operated café with a passion for coffee, desserts and fresh food. If you’re craving something both sweet and savoury, try their cheesy stack of five pancakes with a layer of cheddar cheese in between each one. They’re topped off with crispy strips of bacon and maple syrup. 

Lazy Daisy

1515 Gerrard Street East 

Daisy’s is known for their farm-fresh homemade food and fresh pilot roasted coffee. Their mesmerizingly swirly cinnamon bun pancakes are served with cream cheese drizzle, strawberry and a side of local maple syrup.