Looking to channel your inner Harley Quinn with the perfect egg sandwich? There’s no better place to do that than Egg Bae, Kensington’s cute little breakfast sandwich shop. It’s just a short bus ride from the Ryerson campus, and it’s definitely worth the trip. The interior is surprisingly spacious, with a modern design and fun, chicken-themed murals. Egg Bae is a great example of a restaurant that chooses just one thing to focus on, and does that thing extremely well. The menu is short, with a simple offering of five different egg sandwiches, hash browns, and a selection of coffee and tea, but it’s all you need. Each sandwich is nestled inside a delicious, fluffy, and sweet brioche made from scratch, and their meats are prepared in house as well.
The Bae-Sic features a flavourful, slightly spicy sausage, tomato jam and a perfectly cooked fried egg which oozes beautifully over the sandwich, combining with delicious muenster cheese and their special “Bae Sauce”. The Seaside Bae is also worth a try, with a light and delicate flavour coming from soft scrambled eggs and smoked salmon, complemented by a satisfying crunch from the potato chips. If you’re looking for vegetarian options, you can opt for their signature item, The EGG BAE, with a classic combo of scrambled eggs, chives, cheese, slow cooked onions and Bae Sauce. Or, get creative with Bae Don’t Kale My Vibe, in which a fried egg is paired with avocado, kale, and fried tofu.
Egg Bae is without a doubt home to some of Toronto’s best breakfast sandwiches, so be sure not to miss it.