Cafe Landwer is already famous in the Land of Milk and Honey for its expansive menu spanning breakfast and brunch to lunch and dinner.
The cafe’s first-ever Canadian outpost in Toronto’s suburbs opened last spring but soon there will be no need to make the trip to Bathurst and Rutherford. According to a recent application for a liquor license, a location is going in at University and Adelaide.
Why should Toronto be excited for this new addition? Perhaps most unique on Landwer’s menu are the Israeli breakfasts – an expansive spread featuring a choice of eggs with salads, cream cheese, feta, eggplant cream, za’atar dusted labneh, chickpeas, halva, yogurt with granola and honey, jam and butter with warm bread, juice, and a choice of coffee or tea.
Address: 9340 Bathurst Street, Unit 1, Maple
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