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After a long work week (and a possibly drunken Friday night), the weekend is the perfect time to give back to yourself. A nice brunch out with your better half or friends is a winning solution to calm your weekly blues. To make sure that you aren’t disappointed with the brunch restaurant you chose to treat yo’self at, we’ve listed down a few options you can’t go easily wrong with.
Passeks Classics is well-known for their food offerings made in-house daily. Most Kamloopsians would claim this quaint eatery to be the best in town! Friendly staff, delicious brunch offerings at a reasonable price that fill your tummy. When the restaurant owner still diligently works in the kitchen ensuring the food served to you meets quality standards, you know you’re in for a treat. Located in the heart of Kamloops, this restaurant bakes their own bread, buns and dinner rolls and smokes their meats in-house(Maple Smoked Turkey, Applewood Smoked Pulled Pork and Applewood Smoked Beef/Brisket).
Jamaican me brunch! A phrase that works on a few different levels. To be fair, I was a little apprehensive about this place. Don’t get me wrong, I love Jamaican cuisine just as much as the next guy, but traditional brunch with a Jamaican twist (I’m a skeptic of fusion food) was an eyebrow raiser. Of course, it turns out that I needn’t have worried, because the food was delicious and so filling, I had to get half my plate wrapped up to wolf down later at home. The Jam-Can Skillet, Island Spice French Toast and the Jamaican Clubhouse are a few of their popular menu items.
Harold’s is a diner-style family owned restaurant that’s been around for so long, it’s almost part of the Kamloops heritage. Located in Valley-view, Harold’s seems to offer something most chain restaurants cannot: service good enough to make you feel at home, and the coziness created by the ambience relaxes you to focus on the upcoming feast. The food is unapologetically good and you can’t find fault with the portion size or their prices.
What do Kroketten, Pannenkoek and Poffertjes have in common? They’re all Dutch dishes and are conveniently available at the Amsterdam Restaurant. The food’s flavours, colours and aroma are quite seductive to the senses. While you wait for your order, the staff keeps up friendly banter and entertains you with authentic Dutch hospitality.
For the love of toast and all things brunch, Hello Toast brings to your table the classics but with a strong focus on quality, organic food. From your traditional brunch of bacon, eggs, toast and hashbrowns to eggs benny, beef dip and omelette, this eclectic café is on point with their offerings. The establishment also offers vegetarian and gluten-free options if you’re so inclined.
#ohhhhhhyeah, take a good long look at tomorrow's lunch feature 👀. Cappicolli, pesto, roasted garlic aioli, bruschetta, asiago, and havarti piled on top of toasted foccacia and served open-faced. Served with soup, salad, or hash! #hellotoast #downtownkamloops #kamloops #kamloopseats #lunch #foodporn #upcloseandpersonal