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Aunties & Uncles


74 Lippincott St
Toronto, ON M5S 2P1

(416) 324-1375
auntiesanduncles.ca

Rating: out of 5 stars (99 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Aunties And Uncle Club Breakfast Breakfast Pocket Brunch Brunch Standout Cash Only Cinnamon French Toast and Bacon Diner Dinner French Toast with Caramelized Pears Grilled Cheese Sandwich Kensington Latte Lunch nourriture Potato Salad restaurant Specialty Takeout Available



Hours: 9am-3pm 7 Days a Week
Status: Closed
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express

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Aunties and Uncles is the place to head to if you wish for a hearty breakfast early in the morning. The food here is simple, but cooked to perfection, with dishes such as breakfast pocket and grilled brie sandwiches, soups, Belgian waffles, banana oatmeal pancakes, omelettes and cinnamon French toast on the menu, along with sides such as cottage cheese, hash browns, salads and fruits available....
by wcities on April 13, 2014 from wcities

Reviews

Great for breakfast: With a fun interior and atmosphere, Aunties and Uncles is a treat even if you don't like the food (which is great, anyways).
Rated 4 stars by M.Siad on October 24, 2010

Editorial Reviews

College Street hipsters pack this "cute, funky" South Annex diner all done up in retro kitsch with sparkly tables and Pez dispensers; it dishes out homey fare like pancakes and BLTs for "cheap", but "go early" or be prepared for a "line", especially during weekend brunch; P.S. cash only and it closes at 3 PM.
by zagat on January 14, 2014 from zagat
Aunties and Uncles is one of Toronto's favourite brunch spots. The pancakes here are super fluffy and the place is always buzzing. Just make sure to get here early to avoid the lineups.Photo from gbalogh in the blogTO Flickr Pool
Rated 2.6 stars by Staff on March 26, 2011 from blogto
Annex intellectuals and bohemians flock to the picnic table filled patio and leather studded dinette chairs on weekends for good eats and relaxed conversation. A hodge- podge of retro paraphernalia like the vintage slush puppy clock and album covers scattered on the walls, are ripe conversational starters. You won't be speaking when the food comes because it's that delish. Fill up on popular...
by blackbookmag on November 13, 2008 from blackbookmag
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