Tommy’s Cafe: Brunch in North Vancouver

Diana Chan August 16, 2012 Brunch, North Vancouver, Three Beakers

A while ago, @petitefoodie and I ventured to North Vancouver to try Tommy’s Cafe. I seldomly go to the North Shore and it was about time too since there are lots of restaurants up there. They are best known for the brunch! When we arrived, there was already a line up! People are sure serious about brunch! It’s something I’ve noticed about Vancouver, people will wake up early for good brunch.

There is some seating indoor and some on the patio. It’s a bit cramped, but what can you do with such a small space? It was still comfortable for 2 – 4 people.

Coffee ($3) was definitely needed! It’s also bottomless, so you can drink all the coffee that you want!

Cajun Scram ($12) has eggs scrambled with chorizo, jalapenos, green onions, tomatoes, cheddar, toast & pan fries.

VW Scram ($12) has eggs scrambled with smoked salmon, tomato, spinach, red onion, cream cheese, served with toast & pan fries. What I like about the egg are that they are still a bit gooey, it’s just a personal preference. The eggs were really the star of the show as the bread and potatoes were just ok. You kinda need to eat everything in order to be full.

Overall, I found the food to be a tad pricey for this type of food. Given the area, I kinda see why they charge so much.

Words of Wisdom:

  • You may have to line up around noon
  • A bit expensive for what you get
  • Yummy eggs but small portions

We Rate Tommy’s Cafe:

1308 Ross Road
North Vancouver District, BC


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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.

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