Here’s where to find the best breakfast and brunch in Vancouver for delivery.
Looking for a delicious breakfast in Vancouver that you can enjoy in your pyjamas while bingeing Netflix? You’ve come to the right place! Here are the top breakfast places in Vancouver that deliver to your door.
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I love to cook and enjoy making dinner most nights. For some reason, however, I never took to making hollandaise sauce at home. Which is strange considering the love I have for Eggs Benny. Thankfully, these restaurants deliver my weekend treat right to me.
Delivering a hot and tasty comfort food breakfast is no easy feat. I thank these local eateries for nailing it! Whether you’re ordering in to enjoy breakfast in bed as a self-care treat, or simply don’t want to cook, these are your best breakfast places in Vancouver. Curl up on your couch in your favourite loungewear and get ready to enjoy eating in the comfort of your own home.
Five of the best breakfast places in Vancouver that deliver
#1. OEB Yaletown
In the top spot, and open for over three years in Yaletown in Vancouver, is OEB. Shortly after their opening in May 2019, they became my go-to for weekend brunch. This Yaletown eatery has an overwhelming menu offering so many delicious breakfast eats that it’ll be hard to choose. Trust me, I know. You’re in luck though, because regardless of what you choose, you can’t go wrong.
At this point, I have tried almost the entire menu and have yet to be disappointed. My faves include A-Lott A-Laks and The Tuna Crudo breakfast poutine. These are comfort food at its finest.
Their herbed potatoes are extra scrumptious, and their brown butter hollandaise sauce is amazing. OEB is hands-down my favourite and has the best breakfast in Vancouver.
Pro tip: if you prefer to dine in at this delicious brunch spot, use the Yelp app to join the online OEB waitlist. The wait can be over two hours on the weekend so add your name to the OEB waitlist as soon as you wake up if you want to get a spot.
Note – there is a new OEB that opened up and is located in West Vancouver.
OEB is currently available to order delivery on Uber Eats, Skip The Dishes, or by calling 604.423.3447.
When you are in a particularly ravenous mood, this is the ideal place to order your breakfast. The first time we ordered from Scandilicious, we each ordered our own breakfast meal plus the Monkeys Munchies dessert breakfast waffle to share. Consisting of a sweet waffle covered with peanut butter, bananas, cookie dough, whipped cream and peanut butter caramel sauce, it was divine. Once you see the Sweet Waffle menu items, you will likely be tempted to do the same!
For my first breakfast waffle, I had the Westcoast Savoury Waffle and will definitely get that one again. The smoked salmon with capers on top was amazing. Scandalicious earns its place as one of the best brunch places in Vancouver with its delish waffles!
Currently available to order delivery on Uber Eats and Skip The Dishes.
#3. Le Petit Belge
A huge fan of Benny’s, I ordered the Salmon Benny on a waffle. It did not disappoint. Admittedly, I am very picky when it comes to hollandaise sauce so I tend to order it on the side so it doesn’t ruin my brekkie. I forgot. Thankfully, my hollandaise-smothered Benny was delish. I also love Le Petit Belge‘s smashed potatoes.
I will definitely order from this restaurant again and can’t wait to go there in person once restaurants re-open for business. My only suggestion would be to order the Benny on a bagel and not a waffle. Since this was a delivery, the waffle did get soggy before I could finish. But I’m also a slow eater, so it could have been that 😉 If you’re eating at the restaurant, you’ll be fine.
Le Petit Belge is currently available to order delivery on Door Dash, Skip The Dishes and Uber Eats.
Before I even get into their breakfast food, I must tell you that their fresh-squeezed OJ is ah-mazing! The last time we ate in the restaurant, we had three glasses each (they may have been spiked with Vodka…) We could have easily drank more of their fresh-squeezed OJ. Consider yourself warned.
Now that we’ve discussed their delicious beverage offering, Yolks breakfast eats are equally delish. They have a wide variety of Bennies and serve them on a double-toasted English muffin so it stays crispy. I opted for their aged white cheddar béchamel sauce in place of hollandaise sauce and it was excellent. Between their OJ and Eggs Benedicts, Yolks easily deserves to be included as one of the best breakfast places in Vancouver that deliver to your door.
Currently available to order delivery on Uber Eats and Door Dash.
#5. Juliet’s Cafe
Juliet’s Cafe offers a twist on their Eggs Benny’s by serving them with a cheese sauce in place of a hollandaise sauce. I wasn’t too sure about this, but let’s be honest, can you ever really go wrong with cheese? It turns out that sometimes you can. We were divided on this one. I didn’t mind the cheese sauce, but my boyfriend didn’t like it at all so thankfully he ordered it on the side and didn’t end up using it.
The Eggs Benedicts had fewer toppings than any other restaurant and they serve them on sourdough bread, which ended up getting very soggy for me. This is likely partly because of the cheese sauce, partly because it was delivered, and partly because I’m a slow eater. I would order the sauce on the side next time to keep the toast crunchy as long as possible.
Juliet’s Cafe is currently available to order delivery on Uber Eats and Skip The Dishes.
And there you have it, the top five best breakfast places in Vancouver that I’ve had deliver breakfast to my house. I have avocado toast nailed, but when I’m craving something more decadent these are my go-to restaurants for comfort food. What can I say? I just love making a mug of coffee and Bailey’s and savouring the fruits of someone else’s labour.
Looking for more great places to eat in Vancouver? I dished the goods on a few restaurants in my post on Dine Out Vancouver.
What do you think, have you tried any of these places? Let me know if I missed one of your faves. I’m always looking for new places to try, especially ones with a delicious weekend brunch.
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