Brunch is a feel-good meal that can take many forms. There’s the classic eggs benedict, huevos rancheros, and no shortage of waffles, omelettes, and pastries to choose from. And if you like to mix things up from egg-focused dishes, there are plenty of other mouthwatering options to consider.

So whether you’re sticking to pancakes and hash browns or branching out to other cuisines, here are the best brunch spots to check out in Vancouver, according to the Michelin Guide.

The Acorn

The Michelin Guide calls The Acorn “enduringly popular,” and for very good reason. This spot has it all when it comes to creative vision, culinary talent, and local, organic ingredients. Brunch-goers can expect to see a variety of veggie-forward dishes, including fried oyster mushrooms with espelette peppers.

Where: 3995 Main Street


Located in the Fairmont Pacific Rim, Botanist boasts some of the most innovative dishes and cocktails in the city. Headed by Chef Hector Laguna, the culinary team is known for whipping up plates that are as beautiful as they are delicious. For elevated brunch, expect everything from brioche French toast to burrata salad with smoked beets and radishes.

Where: 1038 Canada Place

Café Medina


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For an egg-focused meal, head to Café Medina – a cozy spot that makes for the perfect place to grab some specialty coffee, Belgian waffles, and brunch cocktails with friends.

Where: 780 Richards Street

Ask For Luigi

Believe it or not, Ask For Luigi – notorious for its authentic Italian pasta – also tops the list of brunch spots in Vancouver. Michelin Guide recommends the campanelle pesto or frittatas with English pea and Taleggio for brunch traditionalists. And don’t forget dessert!

Where: 305 Alexander Street

Homer St. Cafe

Homer St. Cafe has ‘elevated comfort food’ down to a science. Cobb salad, sausage and biscuits, breakfast sandwiches, and smoked salmon are just some of the delicious brunch offerings you’ll find on the menu.

Where: 898 Homer Street


If you’re looking for a fantastic view with your breakfast, then look no further than Miku. This world-famous spot not only has sushi that’s to die for, but an extensive brunch menu fusing elements of French and Italian cuisine in addition to Japanese.

Where: 200 Granville Street, Unit #70


Ophelía is a go-to for authentic Mexican fare any time of day – and definitely boasts a romantic ambiance as well. For brunch, expect everything from chilaquiles and eggs divorciados to tres leches cake.

Where: 165 West 2nd Avenue

Per Se Social Corner

Per se is the ultimate cozy nook, but elevated. The menu is loaded with a diverse spread of burgers, pasta, seafood, and brunch offerings, including eggs benedict with prosciutto, patatas bravas with poached eggs, and avocado toast.

Oh, and don’t sleep on their famous brunch burgers!

Where: 891 Homer Street

Riley’s Fish & Steak

Riley’s Fish & Steak is the perfect marriage between glamour and comfort. True to its name, it has a ton of premium seafood offerings, happy hour oysters from their raw bar, and brunch staples like the chocolate bread pudding French toast and lobster eggs benny.

Where: 200 Burrard Street

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Ubuntu Canteen


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This bakery restaurant is the ideal gathering spot for neighbours and friends alike. On the ever-changing menu? freshly-baked bread and sweets, veggie-focused dishes, seafood, and much more.

Where: 4194 Fraser Street

Fable Kitchen

Fable is a quintessential brunch spot in Vancouver, and the Michelin Guide certainly agrees. Diners can cozy up at table by exposed brick walls and enjoy classic eggs benny, Johnny cakes topped with pulled pork and tomato jam, and French toast with caramelized apples.

Where: 1944 West 4th Avenue


Local art, a ton of natural light, and delicious modern Persian fare – Delara is definitely a top pick for any meal or occasion. Chef Bardia Ilbeiggi leads the team here, crafting dishes that pay homage to his home in Iran.

Where: 2272 West 4th Avenue

And that’s a wrap on some amazing brunch spots in Vancouver. Happy brunching!