It’s that time of the year again when women dream of being swept off their feet, and men run around like chickens with their heads cut off, trying to come up with the perfect romantic gesture that says ‘Please don’t be mad tomorrow.’ When old men grumble about commercialization and teenagers coo over the romance of it all. Yup, you guessed it: Valentine’s Day is coming up. We happen to be big fans of the day. Hearts floating everywhere, romantic music in the air and happy couples sharing meals and being good to each other: what’s not to love?
So if you’re thinking of coming in for V-Day. Here are some romantic dishes you should share with your loved one.
1) Benny Boom
Now, you might be thinking why an Eggs Benedict dish makes the cut. Well, let’s put it this way. There are two poached eggs which can easily be shared. Each egg has hollandaise sauce cascading onto the Nanuk salmon and English muffin below. And when you cut into that poached egg, a golden river of egg yolk oozes out, adding to the richness of the whole dish. The experience of eating Benny Boom is an exercise in romance itself.
2) Banana Berry Pancakes
We all know that the combination of chocolate and strawberries is an all time classic in the world of romance. Well, we like our classics. Thus, we give you fluffy pancakes topped with bananas, strawberries, chocolate sauce and powdered sugar.
3) Chocolate Monkey
This dish is a close cousin of the Banana Berry Pancakes. The only big difference is that it’s got a freshly baked waffle instead of pancakes at the bottom. But somehow, the act of cutting into a checkered waffle topped with strawberries, bananas and chocolate sauce seems even more romantic than pancakes. We don’t know why. It just does.
4) Strawberry Fields Smoothie
Since we’re on a roll with this strawberries and chocolate thing, it only makes sense that a smoothie should find its way onto the list. The Strawberry Fields smoothie is created with strawberries, bananas, chocolate milk and honey, and if you order it with two straws, you have yourselves a winning date move.
5) Boom Bubbly
Valentine’s Day is a celebration of love, and you can’t celebrate without clinking your glasses and cheersing to the great relationship you both share. So grab a glass of cranberry orange juice champagne and declare your feelings the best way you can.
So if you and your loved one want to share a special moment together, come to Boom Breakfast, the best restaurant in Toronto to express your feelings through the language of breakfast food!