Bregman's The Bakery Restaurant

Bregman's The Bakery Restaurant

Bregman's The Bakery Restaurant

Address: 1560 Yonge Street,
Toronto, ON, M4P 3B5, Canada
Phone: (416) 967-2750
Fax: (416) 967-1906
E-mail: N/A
Website: N/A
Reservation: Make a Reservation
Delivery: Order Online
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Apple Cheese Strudel
Apple Crumble Square with hazelnut pastry
Baby Carrot Cake
Blueberry Almond Tart
Bregman's Classic Brownie
Carrot Cake
Cheesecake plain, cherry or chocolate
Cherry Cheese Strudel
Chocolate Mud Cake
Chocolate Pecan Tart
Chocolate Truffle Square (click for more info...)
Date Square
Double Rich Chocolate Fudge Cake
Fresh Fruit Lemon Custard Tart
Fresh Fruit Vanilla Custard Tart
Mixed Berry Crumble with shortbread dough
Pecan Tart
Pie of the Day ask your operator
Rocky Road Square (click for more info...)
Side Gravy
Tossed Salad
Banquet Burger (click for more info...)
Basic Burger (click for more info...)
Cheese Burger (click for more info...)
Garden Burger (click for more info...)
BLT (click for more info...)
Grilled Cheese A (click for more info...)
Grilled Cheese B (click for more info...)
Grilled Cheese C (click for more info...)
Grilled Chicken Sandwich (click for more info...)
King Kong Club (click for more info...)
Manny's Special (click for more info...)
Reuben (click for more info...)
Scoop of Egg Salad (click for more info...)
Scoop of Salmon (click for more info...)
Scoop of White Tuna Salad (click for more info...)
Smoked Salmon and Cream Cheese (click for more info...)
Steak Hoagie (click for more info...)
The Natural (click for more info...)
Caesar Salad (click for more info...)
Fruit Fiesta (click for more info...)
Garden Salad with choice of dressing (click for more info...)
Greek Salad (click for more info...)
Grilled Chicken Caesar (click for more info...)
Grilled Salmon Salad (click for more info...)
Julienne Salad (click for more info...)
Salade Nicoise (click for more info...)
Spinach Salad (click for more info...)
Variety Salad (click for more info...)
Warm Chicken Salad (click for more info...)
Chef's Special
Chicken Fingers (click for more info...)
Fish 'n Chips with coleslaw and tartar sauce
Scotian Platter (click for more info...)
Soup Of The Day (click for more info...)

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