Breakfast Menu

 

Breakfast is served every Saturday 11am to 3pm and Sunday 10am- 3pm. Please add HST to pricing below.

KID’S BREAKFAST

Kid’s Grilled Cheese
Cheddar cheese melted in between two slices of whole wheat or white bread, served with home fries – 5.75

Kids Green Eggs and Ham
A two egg scramble mix with homefries, ham, chives and smoked cheddar mozzarella cheeses– 5.75

One Egg Breakfast
One egg prepared to your liking, served with your choice of bacon or sausage, with home fries and toast -5.75

French Toast
Two pieces of fluffy white bread egged and grilled! – 5.75

BREAKFAST

Huevos Taco An egg, black bean, corn, cheese, salsa, sourcado mixture in a toasty tortilla and a side of home fries 10.50  add spicy chicken 2.25, or sausage 2.25

The Grilled Cheesiest  La Noisette jalapeno cheddar bagel, a house made sausage patty, provolone, smoked cheddar, cheddar, Metzger’s bacon, fried egg, tomato  11.50

The Canadian Skillet  Seasoned home fries, two eggs, sautéed onions, Metzger bacon, mushroom, red and green peppers, smoked cheddar and mozzarella, with a side of toast  11

Southern Fried Chicken Biscuit Fresh chicken cutlet soaked in buttermilk, cornflake breaded and deep-fried, with honey butter/maple syrup drizzle on our house-made biscuit, served with white gravy and home fries  11.50

Mo’ Buddha Breakfast Bowl  V  House-made hummus, quinoa, avocado, sunflower seeds, spinach, tomato, hardboiled egg  10.50

Southwest Brunch Bowl  Black beans, corn, red onion, cilantro, green onion, tomatoes, sweet potato hash, served with a cheesy tortilla, sunny-side up egg, sourcado, and lime wedges 10.75

Breakfast Quesadilla Scrambled eggs, sausage, cheese, baked in a crispy tortilla  9.50 

Two Egg Breakfast Two eggs prepared to your liking.  Served with your choice of bacon, sausage, Black forest ham, or peameal; complimented with our home fries and toast  10

Eggs Benedict- Smoked Salmon Smoked salmon, wilted spinach, capers, and two medium poached eggs on toasted sourdough bread complimented with seasoned home fries  12.75

Eggs Benedict- a la Morrissey  V  A creamy house made hollandaise sauce served over two medium poached eggs on toasted sourdough bread with arugula, tomato, and varied cheeses, complemented with our home fries (St Steven would be proud)  10.50

Eggs Benedict- Classic  A creamy house made hollandaise sauce served over two medium poached eggs on toasted sourdough bread with peameal bacon, complimented with our seasoned home fries 11.75

Extras/Sides

Polish Sausage  3.75       Toast and Jam  1.50             La Noisette Bagel (and cream cheese) 2.75

Ham  2                            Sliced Tomatoes 2                 Home fries  3.25

Peameal  3.50                Side Baked Beans  1.50

Bacon   4                         Hollandaise  1.50

Sausage Links  3.50        Extra Egg 1.50

Smoked Salmon  2.50     Gluten Free bread  3

 

We also serve up some of the favourites from our lunch menu…

Vegetarian Spring Rolls   V   Freshly rolled in-house and served with a spicy plum sauce for dipping  7.25 

Onion Bhaji   V   Indian style onion fritter made with shredded onion in a curry spiced chickpea batter and served with mango chutney 7.25

Pulled Pork A warm focaccia bun filled with a heaping portion of tender in-house pulled pork, cooked in our tangy house MoBq style sauce, topped with coleslaw  13  Now you can try it jerk style as well!  

Fish Taco Two tacos; Cajun spiced and dusted fried haddock, pineapple jalapeno pico de gallo   12.50

Falafel  V  A huge hit as a special, it has made the menu!! Red onion, spinach, tomato, feta, pickled turnip, and a lemon dill tahini all messily wrapped in a naan   10

Mo Burger Freshly made beef burger topped with lettuce and tomato 12.50   Why not add peameal, cheese, bacon, mushrooms, ham, or even another patty! 

Lomito Burger  A variation of an Argentinean favourite.  Our homemade burger topped with ham, smoked cheddar cheese, a fried egg, arugula, and chipotle mayo.  Served on a ciabatta bun  15.25

Veggie Burger   V  Made with lentils, black beans, and quinoa, topped with sliced tomato, caramelized onions, and mixed greens.  Served on a kaiser bun.   14   Why not add cheese!?  Or even better, bacon?!

Two Piece Fish ‘n’ Chips Light haddock freshly hand battered with a fresh beer batter.  Served with house made tartar, coleslaw and a generous portion of fries.  14.25  One piece fish and chips also available- 11.25

Mo’sa Fe Salad A hearty mix of chicken, corn, black beans, tomatoes, green onions, mixed greens and romaine with tortilla strips dressed with a spicy peanut vinaigrette   14.75  A veg option is also available for this salad 

Spiced Pear and Arugula Salad   ** V  Tender arugula and mixed greens served with toasted walnuts, grilled spiced pear and topped with a sherry walnut vinaigrette and topped with freshly shaved parmesan cheese  12      Add Chicken 4 or Shrimp 5

Caesar Salad With ciabatta stick croutons, prosciutto, shaved Parmesan and a very garlicky Morrissey House dressing   13.50  Add Chicken 4  or Shrimp  5

 

 

 

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5 thoughts on “Breakfast Menu

    • of course there are…I think all restaurants in the city are very cognizant of the gluten free diets/necessities. as are of course, our kitchen staff, and we can always make up something special as well.

  1. Stopped in on our long drive home because it shared our last name. Fabulous experience! Food was delicious and came out fast despite it being pretty busy. We had 2 small children with us and we were brought a colouring book and crayons (without asking) and our daughter was brought her drink in a Disney princess cup. Our server, Amy was a delight and made an effort to befriend our 2 year old.
    If we lived closer, this would definitely become one of our favorite restaurants.

    • I think we have the vegetarian covered? Veg burrito, veg skillet, huevos rancheros, eggs benny, veg burger, nachos, quesadilla, salads etc… vegan dishes are just not in our wheelhouse (tried and failed), but there are some fine dining options in the city for vegans, like Glassroots, or right across the street, Zen Gardens, or perhaps Globally Local?

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