Must-Stop Brunch Spot – Table 17
Located in heart of Leslieville, Table 17 is a must-stop brunch spot. I had heard such great reviews ( particuarly from Christine Cooper – my lovely boss and uber food blooger @coopseaks), I had to come and check it out myself, again. During our brunch we also spotted chef and maker of the infamous Supicucu hot sauce Rossy Earle and food blogger/marketer Joel Solish – we knew we found the right place! The food was delicious and reasonably priced.
Starting the sunday morning off right with Mimosas.
I’ll will say however, I’m not much of a brunch person but wow their Eggs Neapolitan were killer!
Neapolitan Eggs – poached in lightly stewed tomatoes and basil, served on country toast
Hands down, this is one of the best brunch dishes I’ve had in the city. While it might look like a heavy meal, the simple tomato and basil stew made it hearty yet light. This is what I call guilt-free comfort food.
Frites w/ homemade aioli
My brunch buddy, Matt Basile, owner and extremo sandwich maker of Fidel Gastros, couldn’t resist from ordering the Sloppy Guiseppe Eggs. He too does a variation on the traditional Sloppy Joe called the Sloppy Jose – slow roasted brisket, baked beans and corn aioli. This brunch spin on the classic included two sunny side up eggs served on top of Bolognese sauce and fried polenta cakes.
Sloppy Guiseppe Eggs
Two thumbs up for this Leslieville brunch spot. Definitely worth a return visit!
For more info on Table 17:
782 Queen St. East
Hours of Operation:
Brunch Saturday – Sunday 10:30 – 2:30
Dinner Monday – Sunday from 5:30pm