If you decide to pop in to Moose on York Street for a bite to eat, you’d better make sure you’ve worked up a decent appetite first – the portion sizes are not what you could call meagre! As it is inspired by American diners, you may think you know what to expect, and to a certain extent you’d be correct. However, there are clear influences from both Canada and Mexico, which bring a few pleasant surprises to the menu.
Moose has some salads, sandwiches and burgers (included one served in a griddled doughnut!) available in case you’re in a lunchy mood, but it’s with their all-day breakfasts that they really excel. With almost thirty different breakfasts to choose from, you’d have to come every day for almost a month before you’d get through the entire breakfast menu… but what a month that would be.
From the traditional (with an American twist) full English – the Mighty Moose – and its veggie equivalent to the meat lover’s dream that is the Lone Star Moose, there’s a little something for everyone. Be prepared to queue though, waiting times can be as long as an hour!