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Here are the six best french toast dishes in Philly.

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CHALLAH FRENCH TOAST at On Point Bistro

Ingredients: Rum pecan brown butter, mascarpone cheese, orange zest, and maple syrup.

About: On Point Bistro located in graduate hospital area is described as a “Bright corner BYO serving burgers, salads & other New American brunch & dinner classics.”

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CANNOLI FRENCH TOAST at Cafe Lift

Their classic baked cinnamon & vanilla custard soaked brioche with ricotta cannoli filling, with bananas, chipped chocolate, pistachios. Do we need to say anything else? Cafe Lift is located in Callowhill and  and is described as “Popular American brunch/lunch cafe offering a chill vibe & art on the walls in an industrial space.”

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TRES LECHES FRENCH TOAST at Miles Table

Strawberries, bananas, dulce de leche, and whipped cream. The perfect combo. Miles Table is located on South Street and is described as “Bistro dishing up locally sourced breakfast fare plus sandwiches & pizza in cozy, modern digs.”

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FRENCH TOAST at Cafe La Maude

This ‘simple’ French Toast style served with bananas and strawberries is a Philly foodie favorite (Pancakes are highly rated as well). Located in Northern Liberties, Cafe La Maude is described as “Hearty breakfast & lunch fare served up in a vibrant French-Lebanese venue that has a heated patio.”

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CHURRO FRENCH TOAST at Izzy’s 33

Brioche bread, crunchy churros, Vanilla cream, Nutella sauce, fresh strawberries and whipped cream. This ‘newer’ brunch spot in East Passyunk has multiple tasty french toast and other brunch options in a contemporary European-style environment.

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MONKEY FRENCH TOAST at Sam’s Morning Glory Diner

Challah French Toast stuffed with caramelized bananas & mangos, topped with caramel sauce and whip cream. Morning Glory Diner is a hidden gem in Bella Vista known as a “Cash-only diner whose housemade breakfasts have locals lining up in often-long lines on weekends.”

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