Good Bite (Toronto)

Good Bite is definitely what you would call an old school, diner type of restaurant. Comfy booths and your typical old but kind waitress working the tables.  No frills nor fuss with extremely reasonable prices.

Good Bites

Good Bite restaurant

My flight arrived into Tdot insanely early so what else was there to do but to go searching for a place to eat some break-your-fast.  We were the only ones there on a Monday morning (7am) but the two working there were friendly and greeted us immediately.  Apparently, this place is great for souvlakis but only breakfast menu (7-11:30am) was available at that time.

Breakfast menu

Breakfast menu

We ordered:
– 2 eggs with sausage ($7.95) – ordered eggs over-easy which were done nicely.  Dish also came with home fries (potatoes) and two pieces of bread (buttered).  Surprisingly, everything was tasty and not overly greasy.  Definitely hit the spot.

Breakfast special - Two eggs with sausage ($7.95)

Breakfast special – Two eggs with sausage ($7.95)

Whole wheat toast

Whole wheat toast

– 3 eggs with sausage ($8.95) – my buddy pretty much had the same with the extra egg.  He devoured his dish before you could blink.

Anyways, I’m not the biggest fan of breakfast joints but this one fit the bill.  Fast service, friendly staff and cheaaaap dishes.  They also had several different omeletes, pancakes and french toast on the menu if the typical eggs/bacon/ham/sausage doesn’t catch your eye.

Good Bite
2463 Yonge Street
Toronto, ON
(416) 483-8432

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