When I visited: February 2014, 2 people
Rating: $, 3
My friend recommended Main’s Mansion for their brunch, as we were both craving eggs and toast. The restaurant is in an old house with wooden floors and a nice patio, which mends with the old architect of Main Street Markham. The interior felt like a pub and there was free parking next to the restaurant.
As I had the baby in the stroller, the steps were a bit steep, and for the life of me, I could not carry the stroller up the stairs. There was little staff on a cold Saturday, so there was no hostess to help me out as well. Good thing my friend came to the rescue as I felt pretty stranded outside. Do keep this in mind mommas with strollers!
The brunch items ranged from about $10 to $24 with a traditional fare of eggs, bacon, omelettes, eggs benedict, steak and sandwiches.
I opted for the traditional Greek omelette which had onions, bell peppers and feta cheese. What makes the brunch stand out is the amount and quality of their fruits, which included dragon fruit, star fruit and even pomegranate! The portions are generous as well.
This is my first time there, so I would not be able to provide further recommendations of their menu. If visitors are looking for a traditional breakfast with a nice balance of carbs/eggs/meat and fruit and large portions, this is the place to be!
I will come back in the summer to try their lunch or dinner items, and enjoy the view from their patio.
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