Earls: Brunch Time

Diana Chan April 21, 2014 Brunch, North Vancouver, Three Beakers


Everyone loves brunch! I love brunch and I am still looking for some good eggs benny in town. I was very surprised Earls had brunch on the weekends. Apparently its something new they are offering. I was invited by Earls North Vancouver for a Brunch Chef’s Table to check out some of their signature brunch items.

Brunch starts from 11:30am till 2pm on weekends and holidays.


This particular location is quite large and has a cool view of the kitchen. You can see some of the cooking done in the kitchen.


Mimosa is a boozy breakfast drink with orange juice and champaign. It’s quite refreshing for the morning.


Classic Caesar has smirnoff vodka, clamato, signature spices and garnished with jerky, a pickle and a lime. This is probably not the best drink in the morning but some people like it.


Granola + Yogurt Parfait ($9) has flax, rolled oats, dried cranberries, sultanas, toasted almonds and pecans,and  fresh berries. It comes with a container of agave syrup to adjust the sweetness of the yogurt. 

I really liked this item. It’s quite filling and not a usual item you would order for brunch. It is a nice alternative.


Eggs Benny ($13) has virginia ham, hollandaise, grilled sourdough with a soft poached egg. Crispy fried potatoes and ketchup come on the side. Oh man, those potatoes were so good!!  The grilled sourdough bread was a nice alternative to the usual english muffin.

We did find that the sourdough bread over powered the ham, so it subdued it’s taste.


Eggs Florentine ($13) has parmesan cream sauce, spinach and mushrooms, soft poached egg, and polenta with grilled sourdough bread. It is presented in a skillet. The dish is different from the classic eggs benny. It has a strong mushroom taste, so its great for mushroom lovers like myself.


The egg was just perfect. It’s always a good sign when the eggs ooze beautifully like this.


Sourdough French Toast ($12) has chantilly cream, apples, and maple syrup. Sourdough bread really makes an appearance on their menu. It’s definitely not an item if you are into savoury items. The portion is quite large

Overall, a good place to have brunch and they have some cool brunch items on their menu.

We Rate Earls

303 SW Marine Dr
North Vancouver, BC


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About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

  • Ada L

    Didn’t know they had brunch! Will check it out!

  • Cath

    In the mimosa the alcool is written Champagne 🙂