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Sunset Grill

Sunset Grill

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4.3 Google Review
1 Richmond St W, Toronto, Ontario, M5H 3W4, Canada
(416) 861-0514 www.sunsetgrill.ca
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May 26, 2019
We went to the one on Richmond street. Surprisingly, the place was only half full on a nice, warm Sunday during brunch time. The food is really good, especially for the price. Blueberry pancakes and the French toast were good. The scrambled eggs were average, though Weird experience - The server assumed that my wife is pregnant and even said so while taking our food order, even though she is not. Surprising, because my wife is a normal sized person and she didn't order for two people 😀

Jun 3, 2019
They are specialized in breakfast. Home style breakfast. Quantity is very high. Quality of the food is excellent. Environment is cozy and spacious to stay in, it is neat and clean on the side of the street with glass walls. Prices are very reasonable compared with what you get. Staff are superb and caring. Menu 's attached.

May 19, 2019
Food was very good. Coffee was amazing. Our server Jamie (tall guy with dark hair) is what really made this place great. Super friendly and very funny. Great energy from him.

Apr 27, 2019
Very nice place to get a typical Canadian breakfast. The menu is plentiful and dishes are large. You only have to wait about 5 minutes to get the order ready and in the meantime along comes free iced water. Of course payment cards are accepted readily. The service is excellent.

Mar 8, 2019
Lovely breakfast. Comfort food 😄. Portions are decent and prices are reasonable. Efficient food service, though they're a bit busy, the food came out fast. Tables were maintained clean, I'm very keen about that. The best part, staff are very happy 😉😉😉

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