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$$$$ Price range per person CAD 12-32
678 Queen St E, Toronto
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Besides Joel Weeks Park, visit White Lily Diner in the vicinity. Order mouthwatering patty melt, pastrami sandwiches and bacon at White Lily Diner when you happen to be near it. In accordance with the visitors' opinions, waiters offer good pancakes, doughnuts and biscuits here. Drink delicious beer or good wine, it's a must while visiting this place. Great coffee or delicious fresh juices will make your meal better and you'll surely come back.

This spot is famous for its great service and friendly staff, that is always ready to help you. Pay average prices for eating at White Lily Diner. The divine decor and lovely atmosphere let clients feel relaxed here. But the rating of this place isn't high on Zomato.

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We went on a Sunday morning for brunch and had to wait over 1 hour for a table, as this is a fairly small place. Fortunately, the weather was nice enough to walk on Queens Street and look at the shops while we waited. The food was delicious and very plentiful! We had and shared the fluffy pancakes, biscuits, whitefish, and eggs, etc. The service was great! We would want to come back but would try to come earlier to hopefully avoid the wait.
Food was good and served hot... Good sized portions, not too long of a wait.
Take a cosy diner with a menu of comfort food, add chic accents, and voila: White Lily Diner. We had the Southern Breakfast, which is rare in Toronto. I prefer grits made with finely ground corn flour rather than coarse, but I could be in the minority there. In any case, the breakfast was a delicious combination of two eggs as requested, bacon (cooked extra crisp if you wish) and a large and outstanding herb biscuit on a bed of grits. The chic accent in this dish was a baby bok choy, pickled in house (aka fermented greens). Service was warm and welcoming. We arrived at about 11:45 on a weekday and got the last table, although a couple more became available within 15 or 20 minutes. We didn't try the doughnuts because even at that hour the choice was down to two of the less exciting options, but they smell wonderful. We'll go earlier next time.
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678 Queen St E, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Wheelchair accessible Сredit cards accepted No delivery No outdoor seating No Wi-Fi Takeaway Parking No booking No TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 09:00-22:00
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue Closed
WednesdayWed 09:00-22:00
ThursdayThu 09:00-22:00
FridayFri 09:00-22:00
SaturdaySat 09:00-22:00
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