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Le Petit Dejeuner

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Location: 191 King Street E, Toronto, ON
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(416) 703-1560
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Cuisine: Brunch  Cafe  

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reviewed by Larry Goldstein,   visited on 2008-05-22 ,  overall
Cost Per Person $15  
My wife and I visited Toronto this past weekend, and based on
some internet research we decided to try Le Petite Dejeuner for
breakfast. All I can say is that it was one of the BEST breakfast
experiences we have ever had!

First of all, the woman who was our server was extremely
pleasant, and when she found out it was our first time at this
restaurant she filled us in on the best dishes, and boy was she
right!

We had the french toast, which was unreal! The bread is baked
fresh, and we were told that they have no toasters in the
restaurant, everything is toasted on a grill, which added to the
experience. And the syrup was unbelievable as well, true maple
syrup, not some store bought bottle.

We also ordered an eggs benny, which was reeeeeally good. And
for both dishes, the presentation was exceptional.

This meal was one of the highlights of the trip, and I would
recommend Le Petite Dejeuner (especially the home-made
French toast!) to anyone looking for a great breakfast!


reviewed by tofood,   visited on 2006-07-13 ,  overall
I finally found something that satisfies me, although I have a hunch there may be something equally if not better in Toronto.

Eggs Benedict with smoked salmon at Le Petit Dejeuner. Served with an English muffin, shredded potato hashbrowns and a refreshing apple coleslaw for about $11, it’s a bit of a treat, but enjoyable nonetheless.

reviewed by Ap,   visited on 2006-03-12 ,  overall
Best eggs bennie in town - the hollandaise is light, lemony and flavourful! Apple slaw is signature accompaniment and very refreshing. Other food - ie - dinner equally delicious - homemade, fresh ingredients, Belgian-inspired cuisine which is eminently suitable for the cold Toronto fall-winter months. Very good value for money and pleasantly relaxing atmosphere.

reviewed by rka,   visited on 2006-02-07 ,  overall
We visit Le Petit Dejeneur pretty frequently for brunch--the apple slaw is unique and their eggs are always done well.

That being said, the service is poor at the best of times. Last Sunday, we were provided menus, but no one took our order for almost 20 minutes. We were sitting right in front of the bar, and three servers/hosts were milling about, chatting even, but no one stopped by to check if we were ready to order. When we did catch someone's eye, she said "somebody" would be over to help us. When "somebody" caught our eye, he pointed to another server, who didn't come by our table for another few minutes.

Similarly, on another visit, our order went in but took 30 minutes to come back out. The server apologized for "forgetting" about us, even though she walked by our empty table 6-7 times.

Clearly, we like the food, because we go so often, but my patience is wearing thin. Is the service bad because they're busy, or because they're too cool?

reviewed by brian,   visited on 2006-01-13 ,  overall
I've had good brunches at LPD, but had dinner there for the first time last night.

Michelle was our server and she was wonderful, and when we asked for a recommendation, she steered us perfectly.

LPD has one of the best risottos I've had in a very very long time. Risotto is not an easy thing to make and LPD's, which is made with beer, beef and hot sausage, was light and delicious, and you didn't have to go searching for the meat. There was plenty.

reviewed by jess,   visited on 2006-01-11 ,  overall
I work around the corner from Le Petit, and it has to be the best food in Toronto I've had in a long time. My co-workers and I really enjoy the atmosphere, the funky music, the emerald booths and not to mention the amazing food at great prices! Toronto needs more places like this!

reviewed by disco,   visited on 2005-05-06 ,  overall
I just had lunch at PdJ today . It was great. My friend and I had the soup du jour and some omelettes. They were all delicious. Service was excellent and we really enjoyed our meal. Thanks!

FWIW, Petit Dej also has free WIFI.


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