Favourites, BFF & Brunch.



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Raisin scone with strawberry jam, butter and clotted cream



English breakfast with toasts, egg, sausage, baked beans, bacon and blood sausageIMG_2489
Special: poached egg, smoked Mackerel, mustard hollandaise, winter radishes, spinach and potatoesIMG_2491


Donuts: chocolate, lemon curd, english cream

One of the favourite things that my best friend and I like to do is having brunch, while we chit chat and have goofy grins on our faces because the food is so. bindblowingly. good. We went to Lawrence for brunch on Sunday and it did not disappoint! The wait was quite long, we got our table after a half an hour wait at Cafe Sardine next door (the staff from Lawrence will give you a call when your table is ready).

We started off our brunch with some earl grey and apple juice. The apple juice was very fresh and not overly sweet, and the tea went with the scone really well. I love how crunchy and warm the scone was when it was served. Even though the clotted cream wasn’t as creamy and thick as the one from London, the scone was still perfect in every way as it had a good balance of moisture and crust. The English breakfast was quite heavy for me (exam period made me lost my appetite these days) so I didn’t manage to finish it. The sunny side up egg was very well done and I love the runny egg yolk. The smoke mackerel with mustard hollandaise was very rich and Jaye wolfed it down within 10 minutes. We finished the meal with freshly made donuts and they were lovely. Once I took a bite, the chocolate sauce/lemon curd were dancing on my tongue. Service was very fast and the staff were friendly. I would love to come back to Lawrence again for another brunch after my finals! How can you not fall in love with a brunch place that puts a smile on your face? :)

And here’s my brunch playlist for you:

Photographs by Jaye and Ashley

5201 St Laurent
Montreal, QC
Lawrence on Urbanspoon



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