When looking for a place to grab breakfast, whether you are hungover and need some grease, (don’t lie we’ve all been there!) or looking for somewhere to take the family for brunch, opt for a place to keep everyone happy! Sarnia’s restaurants include a group of breakfast joints that are committed to their loyal customers and are sure to go above and beyond to prove it!
Sarnia’s Long Loved Restaurants Offer the Best Breakfast Options
Nick’s Family Restaurant, located at 1716 London Line, includes a large list of breakfast and brunch buffet options, seven days a week. From eggs, bacon, ham and sausage to french toast and pancakes. But if you aren’t feeling breakfast, their brunch buffet extends to a wide variety of sandwiches, wraps and burgers! Let me tell you, nothing cures a hangover better than bacon and eggs, or a juicy hamburger! If you are looking to host a family get together, the restaurant also contains a banquet space that can hold up to 150 people.
A Cup A Coffee, open from 5:30 am – 8:00 pm, is the best place to meet the the girls for breakfast and a coffee before heading to work. This restaurant is a family run joint, offering a full menu of breakfast, lunch and dinner at a great price! The owners are committed to making great food for their loyal customers which they often see on a daily basis. With a continuously expanding menu, A Cup A Coffee is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as Thanksgiving, Christmas, Boxing Day and New Years. Let someone else take care of the holiday cooking!
John’s Restaurant is another breakfast favourite in the city of Sarnia. Open from 6am – 10pm, John’s is a comfort food heaven! Committed to making their dishes from scratch, the kitchen opens at 4 am to prepare their breakfasts, lunches and dinners for the day. Famous for their ‘Hot Turkey Mondays’ for $8.99, the restaurant has been a local favourite for nearly 45 years.
Vegetarian Breakfast Options Available in Sarnia
Another breakfast favourite in Sarnia, ON. is the Ole Country Diner. Located on London Road, Ole Country Diner is open from 8 am – 3pm, seven days a week. Enjoy anything from eggs benedict to their signature boat special (fresh home cut fries topped with melted mozzarella and cheddar cheese plus your choice of special toppings). Taking their commitment to their customers a step further, Ole Country Diner serves vegetarian, high protein, diabetic, gluten free or low carb substitutes. This restaurant introduces a 50’s diner vibe, their servers are always friendly and locals say the place feels like home.
No matter which breakfast joint you prefer, we are certain it will quickly become a crowd favourite. As a place to meet after church or to simply cure a hangover on Sunday morning, Sarnia’s breakfast options are sure to hit the spot! Many of these restaurants are home to very loyal customers, where the staff begins to feel like family and Sunday brunch is something everyone looks forward to. So stick to your favourite, or try them all!