Fare: Eclectic - Breakfast/Lunch
Value: Very Good
Noise Level: Moderate - High
Dress: Very casual
Excellent Breakfast/Brunch menu with fresh farm ingredients
Excellent kids, and healthy vegetarian and vegan menu.
Tends to be crowded and noisy on weekends
Recommended For: Diners who enjoy a healthy, creative breakfast.
Not Recommended For: Diners who prefer traditional diner style food served in large portions
Recommended dishes: When available, For breakfast, The Red Velvet Pancakes; Banana Foster French Toast; and The vegetarian Scrambled Tofu Eggs; For lunch, The Lobster Roll served with fresh lobster meat lightly tossed with a little mayo and a little lemon, served on a traditional grilled roll, and hot melted butter on the side; The Crab cake Sandwich served on a challah bun topped with grilled red onion and a cucumber wasabi sauce; or The Cuban made with roasted pork, ham, melted swiss, mojito and pickles served with mustard on the side.
Toast Restaurant has three new Jersey locations. This review is for the Montclair, NJ location.
Owned and operated by Amy Russo Harrigan, this eclectic restaurant serves up a wide variety of creative, and healthy breakfast, brunch and lunch dishes at a reasonable price.
The menu includes a good selection of kids, vegetarian, and vegan dishes.
They use fresh ingredients including farm-fresh eggs, buttermilk, butter, vanilla, etc. in preparing their breakfast dishes.
The decor is charming with rustic woodwork and walls adorned with portraits, mason jars and other country items.
On Sundays get there before 10 am before churches let out as they are often crowded and noisy on weekends.
Best seating is in the booths and on the second floor.
They welcome groups for birthday parties, book clubs, baby showers, and more. Open 7 days from 7:30 am to 3 PM.
(updated: March, 2019)
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