Omelette at Stoneface Dolly's
Stoneface Dolly's
Pancakes at Stoneface Dolly's
Eggs Benedict at Stoneface Dolly's
Eggs Benedict at Stoneface Dolly's
Weekend Brunch at Stoneface Dolly's
Stoneface Dolly's
Stoneface Dolly's
Weekend Brunch at Stoneface Dolly's
Stoneface Dolly's
Stoneface Dolly's
Stoneface Dolly's
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2009 Aug 18
eggs natasha with the zesty lemon diabolo sauce, spinach and smoked salmon on their signature brown molasses bread.

2009 Aug 18
omelet with smoked salmon, spinach and a cream sauce. another observation from SFD - sunday brunch is extremely popular and lineups out the door; breakfast is more consistent weekday mornings and saturday; the portions are just right that you walk away feeling satisfied and not uncomfortable; prices are very reasonable around the $8-$12 range. as always, when friends call out for SFD, i'll be there in a new york minute!

2009 Aug 17
very few places come to mind for going out breakkie... cora's doesn't do it for me. sometimes the brunch buffets at Arome, Brookstreet, Chateau Laurier but they are overkill. SFD is quality and a great value and they do something different while still being in the realm of good food. here we have a creme special with roasted chicken with tarragon in a mushroom cream sauce. with their rosti home fries, mixed leaves and mollasses bread. this was excellent and flavors worked very well. SFD is SFD (StoneFace Dollys is So F'n Delish)

2009 Jun 6
I love me some Stoneface! I so wanted to try those ricotta blueberry pancakes, but my brunching companions woke up much later than I so I'd already had a piece of walnut cake from Umi by the time we met up. Sad. Still, my yoghurt/fruit/granola was good as always (though FYI SFD, your "granola" is actually muesli) and of course the molasses bread toast is just to die for!

Love the patio. It seems not as busy on Saturday as Sundays, we didn't even have to wait.

2009 May 24
Their ricotta blueberry pancakes are AWESOME, and I urge people to try them. They are nice and fluffy, and contain just the right amount of fresh ricotta and blueberries. They serve them with a lemon curd sauce that is excellent.

2009 May 16
Okay, so I'm in love with SFD, big time. Everyone who knows me knows that I love to eat brunch out. But, SFD is always so very busy, particularly before the patio opens.

My fiancÚ and I went this morning around 10, and we were told it would be a forty-five minute wait, something we weren't ready for. Before we dashed off elsewhere to have our hopes of a faster breakfast also dashed, I asked the girl working the front how long the wait would be if we were willing to take a window seat or a seat at the little corner spot on the bar. She said 15 minutes. We stayed, and were seated in less than five minutes; we also had the paper to ourselves and very consistent attention from the bartender (for coffee refills).

A word to the wise: Look for seating where seating may not otherwise be available (if you can), and you might be seated that much more quickly. (Also, breakfast was really, really good this morning!)

2009 Mar 23
LWB - I'm thinking that your poached egg was made in the "traditional" style vs the modern approach.

For more info check out this Wikipedia entry www.en.wikipedia.org the ones pictured on that page are made using the "traditonal" method... and the bitter taste you encountered would have been the vinegar water. The egg would have been scooped out of the water and put into a small dish / bowl / or ramekin and then served to you.

The more modern method of making poached eggs is to use an Egg Poacher as my photo illustrates... the egg is steamed, as the bottom of the pan contains water.

2009 Mar 23
A little trick for people who hate to wait: Saturdays is not nearly as a busy for SFD (or any other brunching place for that matter).

With that in mind, my partner and I came here on Saturday to revel in some Bridgehead coffee and delightful treats for breakie. I ordered the two egg breakfast--eggs poached, with a pancake on the side (I had just come from the gym), and he *ordered* the three egg breakfast.

My toast was overbuttered (lots of white!), my eggs were in a small bowl of slightly bitter water (can anyone explain?), and my pancake was soggier than usual (usually, it tends to be fluffy). My partner ended up with the two egg breakfast, by mistake.

Needless to say, our server Caroline rectified everything as best she could, and removed his meal from the bill. Horrible experience averted--we will be back!

2009 Mar 10
Was just here with my girlfriend for Sunday Brunch. We've been a few times before and are always happy. I got the Benny and she got the two egg breakfast (a classic). The Benny has what they call 'diablo sauce' instead of hollondaise sauce. It was spicy and tasty, basically the same flavour but with more of a kick. The service was a little slow, but that was mainly because it was SO busy... give yourself about an hour and a half to have a nice brunch. Definitely try the molasses bread... it was the highlight of the whole meal!

2009 Mar 2
After years of hearing about this place ( from back in the days of it's old location) I went for dinner with a large group. Dinner was alright, I ordered a Thai Red Curry soup to start which was quite delicious, but my main The Bobotie was unflavourable and unmemorable. The worst came at the end of the meal when the giant bill came (and by that I mean the whole group on one bill). Now in thier defence we did not ask for seperate bills but I have kind of come use to either be asked or just brought seperate bills when in a large group. When asked to split up the bills the waiter was very angry and made us feel terrible. I would have given it a second chance but service is a huge deal to me and think it should be part of a dining out experience so in the end the bill experience soured me from returning.

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2007 Dec 2
The bread is baked in-house like dinner rolls (balls of dough in a baking pan, matrix style) and is served very fresh, one per diner. But unlike dinner rolls they are huge -- maybe 3"x3" at the base and 4" tall.

Flavour is lightly yeasty and pretty good. Texture is great: moist and pleasantly chewy on the inside, lightly crusty on the outside.

Served with the ubiquitous olive oil and balsamic but I would have preferred it with butter. Excellent for dunking into soups and sauces.




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2016 Jun 4
The pancakes are thick and fluffy. These had raspberry in them. Other options include plain, bananas, or blueberries.



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2016 Jun 4
Every bite of the Erika Benedicts (sausage patties in the eggs Benedicts) were simply tasty!

2014 Oct 12
I tried the Chicken bobotie eggs benefict for the first time and was delighted. The bobotie consists of minced chicken in a curry sauce served over slices of their locally made molasses bread topped with soft poached eggs covered in a Hollandaise sauce. The pan fried mashed potatoes was crusty and tasty as usual. There was also a small side of mixed fruits.

Service was prompt and professional. Our coffee cups were topped every time they were emptied.

There was a bit of wait for a table at 11am (20 minutes) but it was totally worth it!




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Sep 1
The omelette continues to be amazing. Pictured is omelette #4, which contains bacon, mushrooms and cheese. I chose sourdough bread (over molasses) and a salad (over fruit). It all came with the traditional home fries. It is mashed and fried. It might look funny but it has always tasted amazing.




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2007 Feb 4
The lamb burger (which is available on their lunch menu for $9.95) is a favourite of mine. It's topped with goat cheese, caramelized (red) onions and peppers. It comes with their house salad and yam chips or potato salad..choose the yam chips.





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2007 Mar 17
always delicious! do not miss out on these!



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2013 Dec 29
After not having been here for brunch in a while, hubs and I took the opportunity to come on our date week-end as my daughter was at my parents. Again, we were happily satiated by our favourite breakfast in town. I had the Omelette #1 (pictured) a classic as far as I am concerned at SFD: pesto, roasted red pepper, choice of Gorgonzola, Brie or Goat cheese, and mushrooms with a side of greens with balsamic vinaigrette, their breakfast potatoes (my fav in town perhaps except when The Big Rig randomly does good potatoes when they do not serve the deep fried commercial ones) and a huge slice of their own made molasses bread! I was greedy and ordered a side of sausages which was very good but I couldn't finish everything as it was a lot of food!

Hubs ordered the smoked salmon and spinach omelette and loved it too.

I have to come here more often. Service is friendly and refills on coffee and tea are always offered.

Tip: get there near opening time. It fills up quickly!

2011 Apr 24
Went to Stoneface Dolly's for Easter brunch, what a disappointment...the eggs were overcooked, the mushroom patty-disgusting and the potatoes were mushy and tasteless. The only thing I enjoyed was the coffee. And oh yea, we also had a rude server. Never going back there again!!!

2010 Aug 9
The restaurant gives you one of the best brunch setting ever. Located at a quite intersection of Preston it is not difficult at all to find parking in nearby neighborhoods. As you approach the building you can feel the busy yet relaxing vibe of city life.

This place is constantly jammed with customers and I can only imagine why. When you get inside the open concept extended through the kitchen and the patio. The place is mainly light up by natural lighting from the patio, penetrating a very positive vibe.

The noise level is perfect. Sitting is comfortable and the design of the restaurant is also very warm and welcoming.

Egg Natasha- It is basically Egg Benedict with smoke salmon and spinich, topped with lemon diablo sauce.
The pouch eggs are nicely done. However the beautiful journey probably stops there. The spinach is too soggy and too "dead" very over cooked. The salmon does not look too pink and it falls short on amount. The most disappointment is on the muffin. It was very damped.
It is not a very big dish, with the price we are paying you can probably get better.

-www.bunny4bite.blogspot.com-

2010 May 16
I went there for breakfast on 2010 05 16 with my girlfriend. I had Omelet number 3 (red peppers, smoke salmon and goat cheese) and my date had the Eggs Natasha. We both really enjoyed our meal. Highly recommended for breakfast / brunch. I tried many, many places in Ottawa for breakfast and brunch and this place ranks in the top 3 for sure so far.

2010 Apr 11
This is the reason to come to Stoneface Dolly's - I've eaten a lot of breakfast at a lot of restaurants, cafes, and diners in town and Stoneface remains at the top of my list.

Everything about their breakfasts is taken to the next level. They serve Art-is-in bread and Bridgehead coffee. Even the "hollandaise" is given special attention and made fresh (Cait has told me that their eggs benedict is the best in town).

I'm picky when it comes to potatoes. I'll always be disappointed to see frozen hash browns on my plate (when I'm not at a diner at least), but Stoneface serves a really nice fried mash that is unique, but still familiar.

That's the best way I can sum up brunch at Stoneface Dolly's - unique, but still familiar. All your favourite breakfast foods with a twist.

Tip: Go on Saturday to avoid long lines. One of my favourite places in Ottawa is their patio on a nice sunny Saturday morning.