Breakfast in Brampton is a mostly casual affair, there isn’t anywhere too upscale (You’ll have to check out some brunch spots for that). For the first meal of the day most of us want generous helpings, with lots of protein, and Brampton’s brekkie spots deliver on this front. Here’s a list of the best places to grab some grub in the wee hours.
If the 50s diner vibe is for you, then you’ll want to grab your morning grub here. They have an extensive breakfast menu at Wimpy’s, with just about everything you could ever ask for. Bacon, eggs, pancakes, omelettes, and–well–everything.
Flips is one of Brampton’s go to’s, and for that reason you’ll usually find lines out the door on the weekend. They serve the regular breakfast crowd faves, bacon, eggs, pancakes, hash browns. If you don’t like eating in close quarters with strangers, you won’t dig the setup here. It’s a pretty cozy setup.
John’s Family Restaurant
John’s serves up some mean breakfast fare, and you won’t leave hungry because the portions are huge. In addition to breakfast you can enjoy some Eggs Benny action and a bunch of other good stuff from their brunch menu. They even have Nutella waffles, and who can say no to that?
Joey’s is a great breakfast spot when you’re looking for something fast, cheap and still delicious. You’ll get a pretty good bang for your buck here; a full breakfast with two eggs, hash browns and sausage or bacon will cost you about $6.99. Their whole menu in general is pretty affordable. Breakfast is an all day affair.
Briskit Gourmet Slow Cooked Sandwiches
In addition to their brisket and other smoked goodness, Briskit Gourmet also serves up all day brekkie and a bunch of other morning goodness, including a pretty mean peameal on a bun. The hard part is getting to Briskit at the right time. They’re located at 160 Wilkinson which is right on the edge of Brampton, and they’re only open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekdays. But if you can get there it will be well worth your time.
Waly’s is a totally under the radar hidden gem, and for that reason, it’s probably the place to go on a Saturday morning if you’re trying to dodge the lines at Flips. Their menu has plenty of options outside the typical eggs, sausages and bacon. They have quite a few unique omelettes and an option to build your own. Pancakes, french toast, eggs benny are all menu offerings too. Breakfast is an all day affair at Wally’s too.