7 Places to Get Out-of-This-World French Toast

Take your brunch to the next level with these delicious, unique French toast concoctions. Whether you like a little kick in your breakfast or just want dessert, there’s something for everyone.



Churro French Toast

Grand Lux Cafe
Cherry Hill Mall
2000 Route 38, Cherry Hill
You’ve never seen French toast this thick. Grand Lux Cafe’s brioche bread is coated with cinnamon sugar, chocolate and dulce de leche caramel sauce to create the most decadent French toast you’ve tasted.





Stuffed Challah French Toast

Sabrina’s Cafe
714 Haddon Avenue, Collingswood
Sabrina’s French toast is like no other. It’s stuffed with a blend of cream cheese, bananas and honey, then topped with bananas and vanilla bean syrup. Good luck finishing this dish!


Ham & Cheese French Toast

Braddock’s Tavern
39 South Main Street, Medford
Trying to decide between lunch and breakfast? This French toast is for you. The slices of Gruyere cheese, drizzles of maple syrup, and side of fries and fruit make this plate perfect for brunch.



Greenhouse French Toast

Greenhouse Cafe
605 Long Beach Boulevard, Ship Bottom
Enjoy two, three or four pieces of Greenhouse Cafe’s monstrous French toast. Each piece is soaked in cinnamon-vanilla-egg batter and deep-fried, then topped with fluffy powdered sugar.





Cinnamon Bun French Toast

The Pop Shop
729 Haddon Avenue, Collingswood
There’s nothing better than cinnamon buns for breakfast – unless you cook them in the form of French toast! These sticky buns are dipped in batter and cooked to perfection, then topped with cream cheese icing and powdered sugar.


Corn Muffin French Toast

Amy’s Omelette House
302 Cuthbert Boulevard, Cherry Hill
Indulge in Amy’s Omelette House cinnamon almond French toast. Crusted in cinnamon and almonds, this dish is to die for.




Orange and Almond French Toast

The Mad Batter
19 Jackson Street, Cape May
The Mad Batter makes French toast a little differently. These two slices of brioche bread are dipped in a batter made from cream, eggs, orange juice and almonds.


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