*2019 Festive December Brunch Pricing $72.00*
Located in one of Toronto’s most prestigious hotels, King Edward Hotel, Victoria’s is a popular spot for business brunches and theatre goers alike. Executive Chef Daniel Schick has brought the guests of King Edward almost 25 years of astonishingly delicious and consistently inventive gastronomy. The Chef fuses traditional and cutting-edge contemporary in his preparations, integrating seasonal and local ingredients with classical cooking methods.
The breakfast restaurant is expensive and obviously caters to business travelers staying in the hotel. The food was okay, however, the coffee was not. The best thing about this very expensive breakfast for two was the service.
Hector provides terrific personalized service. We enjoy this convenient location and return regularly. Highly recommended
Victoria Cafe was our go to breakfast spot during our stay at the Omni King Edward Hotel. The breakfast buffet was very complete with hot dishes of bacon, sausages, potatoes, eggs, and either french toast or pancake. All toasts, bagels were available to freshly toast. Fruit, yogurts, meats, cheese, sweet breads – everything. As well as chef prepared omelets. Definitely will return.
Our service was excellent and the Eggs Benedict yum!
This time Food selection wasn’t great and very limited amounts.. service was slow 🙁 but I love that place !!
Was expecting the sovereign room.
It is difficult to write anything but that the experience was disappointing, the quality is not there.
So, I want to preface this by saying I have celiac, so I specifically went here because of their gluten-free tea. As my partner was my young daughter who had the children’s tea, I cannot comment on the normal tea quality. I was so excited to come here because they have a gluten free tea and, honestly, I haven’t had a tea experience since I was diagnosed. I brought along my youngest and we gave it a shot while on vacation. Her tea looked delicious and delightful — she ate every bite. My food, however, was ok. The appetizer was nice — bright, fresh mushrooms and pomegranate seeds were a tasty combination. The sandwiches were a mixed bag. I liked the gluten free white bread they used, it was light and went well with the egg salad and chicken salad. They had a different kind of bread that was dense and dry, however, which really did a disservice to the beef wellington and fruit/nut sandwiches that were served on it. The desserts were good, if a tad standard — mousse, creme brulee, macaron, macaroon, and a flourless chocolate cake were served. The macaron and macaroon were very nice, but the others were nothing to really write home about. Which leaves me to the last course, the scones were downright inedible…. and that was probably the thing I was the most excited about. Dense as a neutron star, bone dry, and flavorless… they couldn’t even be helped by the lemon curd and clotted cream that were served with them. I couldn’t even finish one, nevermind the two given to me… and I saw no reason to take them with me either. Service: Service was… ok… Maybe it was too busy for them, but our server seemed flustered. Even though I confirmed with 3 people, he was surprised I needed GF accommodations. The meal was excrutiatingly slow and it took us 105 minutes to have our tea and be done… during which our tea pots were never refreshed with hot water. Overall, an ok if disappointing experience.