The 'first Afghan-inspired' brunch is coming to Toronto

May 28 2019, 2:45 pm

Toronto’s brunch options are about to be taken up a notch.

Because as of June 8, Naan Kabob will be offering up an Afghan-inspired brunch menu at their Yonge and Bloor location.

With an already crowd-pleasing menu of freshly-prepared halal dishes, you can count on these day-starting meals to meet be just as delicious to the lunches and dinners you’ve come to know from the eatery.

Self-proclaimed to be the city’s ‘first Afghan-inspired brunch menu,’ these options are ones that are sure to fill a void in Toronto’s tummy.

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“I am truly excited to share with Toronto the exciting flavour profiles of these new dishes. Once again, our team has succeeded in marrying the complimentary flavours of several unique food cultures. I hope our guests will taste the inspiration, born of fond memories of wholesome farm breakfasts shared with family” said Fahim Ahmadi, director of operations, in a release.

“This new menu is an extension of our vision to continually evolve our offering in response to developing trends and the feedback of our valued guests.”

The brunch lineup features over a dozen new dishes, including Karahi-style eggs and Haleem—a sweet and savoury, hearty oatmeal that’s slow cooked with cardamom and cinnamon.

You can even drink your breakfast with Pacha, a traditional breakfast soup that’s slow simmered with beef, chickpeas, garlic, and turmeric.

 

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So as you make your summertime brunch plans, ensure you branch out beyond avocado toast.

Because these flavours are sure to kick-start your morning.

Naan Kabob Afghan-Inspired Brunch

Address: 691 Yonge Street
Phone:  416-972-6623

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