About Cora’s Breakfast & Lunch:
A place serving breakfast, brunch, and lunch, Cora’s Breakfast & Lunch is located on 8407 Weston Road in Woodbridge, Vaughn, Ontario. As the name suggests, this place serves breakfast, brunch, and lunch, and the menu consists of mainly this kind of items.
Cora’s has a private parking lot nearby, for both cars and bikes. There is no alcohol served here, and there is no Wi-Fi and no TV. This restaurant is large enough to gather a group of people and is welcoming to children, but if you are out for a special breakfast occasion, you can certainly make a reservation.
Cora’s serves breakfast, opening its doors at 6 AM on Monday through Saturday, and serving lunch up to 3 PM. On Sundays, the working hours are from 7 AM to 3 PM. People can also order takeout and have it delivered via Skip the Dishes app.
Cora’s Vaughn location has been a topic of review by many people, and I’ve used the ones I read on Yelp, Trip Advisor and Google Reviews to create a list of pros and cons.
- Great place for breakfast
- Friendly staff
- Fresh fruit with almost every meal
- Good coffee
- Interesting, loud interior
- Notes about cold food
- People had some complaints about certain waiters
Cora’s Breakfast & Lunch in Vaughn is a part of a large chain of restaurants, currently at 130 across Canada and other countries. The Vaughn location is decorated in a warm yellow color on the top half of the walls, with navy blue on the bottom half. Some of the walls have decals with cartoonish foodstuff, and the Cora logo – a cartoonish smiley sun.
The tables are wooden as are the chairs, which have blue upholstery. The seating booths are in a blue and cream plaid pattern, and the restaurant is divided into smaller seating areas. The kitchen is semi-open, and the counter is decorated with bowls of fresh fruit.
The menu has classic breakfast items like fresh fruit, Yogurt harvest crunch, kale-mango smoothie bowl, ode to oatmeal; French toast in several varieties; waffles, fruit crepes, pancakes with strawberries, blueberries or chocolate; egg dishes like Cora’s special, Jo construction, Theo’s skillet, or western skillet; sandwiches like tuna melt, egg salad, bagel and lox or chicken melt; eggs Benedict, savory crepes, sweet n’ salty dishes, omelets like spinach and cheddar, 10 star, western, Chevre, bacon and tomatoes; teen’s favorites like breakfast poutine, morning hot-dogs, burrito crepes or brunch burger; vegetarian dishes and gluten-sensitive meals.
Seeing as the place serves lunch, people can enjoy Gigi salad, crepes with smoked salmon, a big cheeseburger with bacon, cassolette poulet et legumes, Mexican crepes, Cora’s club sandwiches, fresh salads with a good selection of toppings, and sandwiches with a variety of fillings.
Many of the patrons had noticed the great service and attention from some of the staff. Due to the popularity, this place gets very busy on weekends, so it is smart to make a reservation if you are want to dine here.