Some mornings eggs just won't cut it, and that's where French toast, that classic dipped, fried and syrup-doused dish, happily steps in. While there are plenty of places in Nashville that serve up tasty takes on this a.m. staple, these restaurants are really taking it to another level.Read More
7 Great French Toasts to Try in Nashville
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The French toast at Mad Donna’s certainly can induce a nostalgic yearning for childhood, as it's served with a Cap'n Crunch coating and topped with fresh berries, whipped cream and syrup, along with a side of bacon.
Sky Blue Cafe
Ever thought of combining brie cheese with French toast? Sky Blue Cafe did. The brie stuffed French toast is the perfect blend of sweet and savory, with pieces of thick French bread stuffed with brie cheese and drizzled with local honey.
Putting their own unique spin on the classic breakfast dish, Biscuit Love serves up 'The Lily,' three pieces of biscuit French toast topped with blueberry compote, lemon mascarpone and syrup.
The French toast at Sinema changes often, with ingredients rotating seasonally for the popular brunch dish. An example of a recent offering is the apple bottom French toast, made with cardamom sugar-crusted Amish sourdough and topped with spiced poached apples, brandy creme anglaise, sweet & sour apples and a brown sugar oat crumble.
Suzy Wong's House Of Yum
Suzy Wong’s House of Yum puts its own spin on French toast by dipping cinnamon brown sugar bread in tempura batter and serving it with berries, cream cheese, whipped cream and fruit sauce.
The Garden Brunch Cafe
With the word 'brunch' in its name, there's a good chance you'll find some quality French toast. Choose from their traditional French toast or try the champagne apple-topped version.
Tavern’s French toast improves on the original as it uses thick challah bread coated in Frosted Flakes for an extra crunch. And if that weren’t enough, the dish is topped with a rocky road sauce that sweetens the deal even more.
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