The weekend is nearly upon us and you know what means: time for brunch! There are different places to visit but a new one to the scene is Campechano Cafe. The specialty? It’s for Mexican brunch in Toronto. Sounds like the best of both worlds, really. It’s located at Kensington Market, among a plethora of other dining establishments.
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The menu offers a mix of both traditional and unique dishes. There’s also various cocktails and drinks available. The Cafe de Olla for example, comes with licor 43 and spiced cold brew coffee. Another one is the Pina Mimosa, with Cava sparkling wine, lime and grilled pineapple juice.
The egg-based dishes on the menu feature eggs that are pastured, while being directly supplied by the farmer itself. You’ve got dishes like Ranchero (fried masa, salsa roja and sunny egg), Hotcakes made with corn masa, Quesadilla, and Pozole (pastured pig’s head broth).
According to Campechano, the pigs are procured from Linton Pasture Pork. This is part of the restaurant’s ethos to work and partner with ethical farmers.
Looking for something non-alcoholic to be paired with your meal? There’s agua de horchata, orange juice, coffee, and Mexican sodas to choose from. The brunch menu is available at Campechano’s location at 374 Bathurst Street.
The regular menu is a short and focused one as well, with the primary focus on tacos.