7 Must-Try French Toasts in La Jolla
Both fluffy and chewy, french toast is one of the most popular breakfasts there is. But hang on—just because it’s popular doesn’t mean it’s boring! In La Jolla’s incredible restaurant community, you’ll find enticing variations that go beyond the standard fare. Here’s the 7 La Jolla restaurants with the best french toast recipes.
Sugar & Scribe
Sugar & Scribe Bakery and Restaurant offers a charming dining experience. Even better than the decor? Sugar & Scribe’s Brioche French Toast, featuring poached strawberries, balsamic maple reduction, and sabayon. Breakfast and lunch are served all day, giving you sweet and savory options.
Prepkitchen La Jolla
A Whisknlade Hospitality restaurant, Prepkitchen La Jolla focuses on seasonal cuisine made with farm-fresh ingredients. A favorite of locals, their incredible Brioche French Toast is topped with bourbon apples, crème Anglaise, and candied pecans.
Nine-Ten Restaurant and Bar at the Grande Colonial Hotel is La Jolla fine dining at its best. If you’re looking for a luxurious breakfast, their Brioche French Toast is elaborately topped with mascarpone banana mousse, pecan and oats crumble, macerated strawberries and bananas, and chocolate sauce.
The Cottage La Jolla
The Cottage has a fantastic brunch reputation that is in no small part due to their famous Stuffed French Toast. Thick slices of brioche lie under strawberry compote and sweet mascarpone cheese.
Elijah’s Restaurant & Delicatessan
Elijah’s Challah French Toast is local favorite. Thick slices of homemade challah dusted with sugar have just the right amount of chew. Don’t forget to take home lunch on your way out, as Elijah’s won “Best Pastrami in San Diego” from the San Diego Jewish Journal.
The Coast Toast at Brockton Villa (top image) is eggy and rich, made playful by its signature hint of orange. Savor yours with a gorgeous ocean view from the patio! Feel free to bring a furry friend to brunch, as Brockton Villa’s patio dining is dog-friendly.
Cody’s La Jolla
Cody’s coastal dining offers a seaside view and classic Americana dishes. Cody’s french toast is medley of textures from the candied walnuts, to the strawberries, finally topped with marscapone honey butter.
Any of these La Jolla restaurants won’t disappoint—let us know in the comments which your favorites were!