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A dainty new café and brunch spot in Cabbagetown

A dainty new café and brunch spot in Cabbagetown
(Image: The Scullery/Instagram)

The Scullery, the latest addition to Cabbagetown’s hip new ranks, has a charmingly Parisian vibe: pastel walls, spindly tables and a tiled countertop crammed with cookies, cakes and bouquets of colourful house-made bonbons—the type of dainty fare Amélie Poulain might nibble on while sipping a leisurely cappuccino. At lunch, the café caters to neighbourhood locals with salads, quiches and lovingly wrapped sandwiches secured with twine. The weekend brunch menu includes more decadent dishes, like classic eggs Benedict and Belgian waffles topped with caramelized pecans.

The Scullery, 200 Carlton St., 647-748-5000, thescullery.ca

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