Great breakfast place, lively yet can talk, large portions well done , excellent blueberry pancakes.
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The Orange Cafe is a busy, delightful little restaurant. Their sandwiches are always fresh and creative. Locs and bagels are extraordinary. A must stop every time we are in Montreal.
Never disappointed with a meal here and always greeted with friendly service. I suggest trying their Cobb Salad and Smoothie of the Day! Decor is nothing special, I just come for the food!
Great places for breakfast & brunch and i was told that suppers are awesome too but i have not had the privilege yet. Staff is charming and attentive, food's original, tasty and general healthy without taking a turn toward veganism. Humans are omnivorous after all!...More
My wife & I decided to forego left over chinese food & find breakfast. We walked to the Orange Cafe & enjoyed coffee included with breakfast, something we don’t get at home. I was also able to have smoked meat for a very good price....More
This is a cute breakfast place with interesting arty interior, good coffee, good service, good portions, and decent food.
Orange offers a wide range of choices for Breakfast/Brunch with original options, the French toast with special bread was excellent other guest had more traditional fare that was well executed. Smoothies were excellent so was the service. A good start to a special day in...More
Not as busy as you'd think it would for a Saturday morning, so getting a table was pretty quick. Good service and food, but the potato side dish that comes with the omellete had way too many spices in it (good but overpowering).
Went here in the morning with a few buddies after a night out. We were seated promptly. We all ordered very simple items for the menu. We all asked for water at the same time. 15 minutes go by and still no water. We ask...More
We went there for breakfast on hearing that it was good food. It was. But.... We were sitting in a booth and we ran a finger along the wood on the wall and our fingers came up with mega dust. Not just a lite film...More