7 Spots to Get Next-Level French Toast in Philadelphia’s Suburbs
From churro-inspired creations to fruit-filled ones, these restaurants up the ante on this breakfast classic.
Satisfy your cravings with Brunch Everyday’s brioche French Toast, made from cinnamon batter. Looking for something even sweeter? Try the churro French toast, topped with strawberries and Nutella. For an even bolder choice, Brunch Everyday offers hot chocolate French toast, made with cocoa batter and served with a layer of marshmallow Fluff.
521 Fayette St., Conshohocken.
Café Lift’s cannoli French toast is made with challah bread soaked in cinnamon vanilla custard and accompanied by bananas, pistachios, chocolate chips and a ricotta cannoli filling and is worth every tasty calorie.
724 Montgomery Ave., Narberth.
Brioche French toast options are plentiful at the Classic Diner and will have you drooling in no time. Choose from pear and cinnamon cream stuffed French toast, peanut butter and banana stuffed French toast, and strawberry and Nutella stuffed French toast.
352 Lancaster Ave., Malvern; 16 E. Gay St., West Chester.
Enjoy Fairlane’s homey, nostalgic atmosphere and satisfy your French toast cravings with versions like raisin French toast or Texas French toast, grilled to perfection with Fairlane’s homemade batter.
617 Bethlehem Pike, Erdenheim.
This quaint spot dishes up killer griddle creations like the French toast muffin m, complete with strawberries and a dollop of whipped cream.
847 Valley Forge Road, Phoenixville.
Head to Sabrina’s for challah French toast stuffed with cream cheese. These savory iterations of this breakfast staple come topped with bananas and are sprinkled with vanilla bean syrup.
50 E. Wynnewood Road, Wynnewood.
The crème brulee French toast at Winnie’s is mouth wateringly good. This rich breakfast treat is served with vanilla custard, crème anglaise and berry compote, all topped with whipped cream.
4266 Main St., Manayunk.