Tis the season for comfort food. Rich, hearty, and satisfying in a way salad wishes it was. Benedicts are the quintessential 'comfort food' breakfast item, and these Kelowna restaurants offer up bennies so good you'll make them the highlight of your winter to do list.
Offering a classic bacon benny, a pakora benny, a schnitzel benny, and a flat deck benny inspired pizza, Train Station is a one-stop benedict haven for any lover of the ultimate brunch staple. Must be willing to try new things!
It is a requirement when ordering Sunny’s ‘BBBBenny & the Jets’ that you sing your order to the tune of the Elton John classic it’s named after. OK, it’s not, but it should be. Awesome name, reason one to order. Drool-inducing hollandaise and the ability to order by the piece, reason two and three!
Looking for a benedict that meets all expectations? Classic (with a twist) and made from scratch, 19 Okanagan’s weekend benedict features are the pinnacle of satisfying comfort food. Weekend brunch game, strong.
Not actually a benedict, but worthy of any breakfast themed list out there, ‘the swiss potato rosti’ from Waterfront Café is the stuff of breakfast legend. Shredded crispy potato, gruyere, and bacon marry in a potato cake that would make a great meal on its own. Topped with poached eggs and white pepper gravy (you won’t even mind that it’s not hollandaise). Come hungry.
Hollandaise is the benedict hero, and OAK + CRU's dreamy citrus infused hollandaise will save your breakfast and start your day with a delectable pow. Serving classic, west coast inspired, and vegetarian options, you may need to bring a few friends and share.
Jen Widmer is a proud Kelowna resident who loves highlighting everything great about our city to media and potential visitors through her Tourism Kelowna role. Away from the office, Jen enjoys game nights, golfing one of Kelowna’s stellar courses, a good book with a glass of local wine, Netflix (who doesn’t) and scoping out great food and wine events in Kelowna. She and her husband have two young girls that love weekend brunch, Okanagan Grocery croissants, and exploring the many wonderful parks and walking paths the city offers.