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Breakfast Week, Food

8 must-try breakfast restaurants in New Westminster

Breakfast Week, Food

8 must-try breakfast restaurants in New Westminster

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Lindsay William-Ross Jan 24, 2017 10:30 am 3,727

It’s Breakfast Week! We’re serving up a heaping plateful of delicious stories about the most important meal of the day–and where to get it in Vancouver.

Wake up and eat something good in New Westminster. And at most of these places, you can wake up at noon and still roll in and get your eggs and waffles on. Here, in no particular order, are eight must-try breakfast restaurants in New West.

1. Coming Home Cafe

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It’s breakfast all day, every day at this “kick-ass” New West eatery, where “Kick Ass” Bennies are served up on weekends, too. Build your own breakfast plate at Coming Home, with your choice of breads, meats, cheese, and veggies, or get a Breaky Sandwich or Quesadilla. It’s a bit of a funky set-up, so don’t head here expecting epic table service; take out is also an option at this cash-only uptown spot.

Address: 753 6th Street, New Westminster
Instagram: @cominghomecafe

2. Angelina’s

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Loved for their Dutch breakfast and lunch fare, Angelina’s is a cozy family-run operation in New West with an impressive array of options for your morning meal. They have an epic assortment of Dutch Pannekoeken, with plenty of sweet or savoury varieties. There are 3-egg omelettes, breakfast platters, waffles, hashes, French Toast, Bennies and so much more. This is a breakfast lover’s paradise.

Address: 960 Quayside Drive #115, New Westminster
Instagram: @angelinasnw

3. Belmont Bakery & Bistro

Another option for all-day breakfast in New West, starting at 7 am, is Belmont, where they’ve got everything from a traditional full English breakfast to a Breakfast Panini, and a few more eggy dishes in between.

Address: 619 Belmont Street, New Westminster

4. Old Crow Coffee Co.

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Coffee is at the core of this newer New West endeavour which features drip and espresso drinks using beans from regional roasters like Bows x Arrows, Timbertrain, and Phil & Sebastian. If you’re hungry for breakfast look for fresh baked goods and pastries, or more protein-packed options like avocado toast, all served up in their warm and inviting space.

Address: 655 Front Street, New Westminster
Instagram: @oldcrowcoffeeco

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5. The Hide Out Cafe

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Grab a bite to eat at the Hide Out in the morning, and pair it with one of their many coffees or teas, including specialty lattes. It’s a trim breakfast menu, with just bagels and wraps, but the cafe offers folks in the area a great spot to fuel up for the day. Vegetarian and gluten-free options, too.

Address: 716 Carnarvon Street, New Westminster
Instagram: @thehideoutcafe

6. The Waffle House

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New West’s Waffle House is a classic, no frills diner specializing in waffles–the thin, old school kind that fill your plate–along with all sorts of eggy breakfast dishes and combos. Go for an omelette, a “breakfast classic,” or stick with the waffles, which you can order up with fruit, meats, eggs in all sorts of combos. This little spot has been serving New West since 1954–that’s a lot of waffles!

Address: 636 6th Street, New Westminster

7. Sixth Street Grill

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If you’re starting to sense that New West is a haven for lovers of all-day diner-style breakfast, this will just confirm your thoughts. Sixth Street Grill is a classic diner with Greek influences, and they will dish you up any of their many omelettes, along with hotcakes, French Toast, Bennies, hash, and more from open to close.

Address: 413 6th Street, New Westminster

8. Amelia Restaurant

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The ultimate in New West cheap breakfast eats, Amelia’s menu is packed with affordable standards, from bacon and eggs to fun options like their Strawberry Patch (French Toast or Pancakes paired with warm strawberry sauce and whip) or the Bavarian Scramble (eggs with diced Bavarian sausage). You can even get steak and eggs and not break the bank here.

Address: 640 12th Street, New Westminster


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Lindsay William-Ross
Lindsay is Daily Hive's National Food Editor. A fourth generation Vancouverite, she has also lived in Toronto, NYC, and LA. Previously the EIC of LAist.com, she earned a Master's in English, attended culinary school, and taught English at Cal State LA. Lindsay's first published piece was in 1980 in The Province; it was her letter to Santa.

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