4 restaurants that closed in Mississauga in February 2024


Published February 24, 2024 at 4:59 pm

Photos from the Meltwich Food Co website

We all have that one special place we visit often to satisfy our food cravings and when these establishments close for good, it’s difficult to find one just like it.

Here are four restaurants that shut down their businesses in February, which left some of its regular customers disappointed.

Shanghai House Restaurant

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A longstanding Chinese restaurant in Mississauga, the Shanghai House Restaurant located at 1014 Burnhamthorpe Rd. E., is permanently closed.

The restaurant was located inside of a small plaza at Burnhamthorpe and Tomken roads. It had garnered many loyal customers over the years.

Notable menu items were the braised chicken, fried rice and crab Rangoon’s.

A new restaurant has opened in its placed.  The food focuses on Uyghur cuisine, which comes from an area in the northwest of China. The menu includes some traditional Uyghur food such as braised lamb, naan bread and parmuda, a type of samosa.

17 Steakhouse and Bar

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17 Steakhouse and Bar located at 5165 Dixie Rd. in Mississauga, has permanently closed.

Known for its sizzling steaks and upscale dining atmosphere, the restaurant was a popular choice for customers celebrating special occasions like birthdays and anniversaries.

In a statement posted online, the restaurant expressed mixed emotions about the decision, stating, “Dear cherished guests, it is with mixed emotions that we announce the permanent closure of 17 Steakhouse and Bar after an incredible 9-year journey.”

“We are immensely grateful for your loyal patronage, making each dining experience memorable,” the statement continued. “The decision wasn’t easy, but we close with gratitude for the amazing community that supported us.”

There was no reason given for the closure.

Meltwich Food Co.

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Meltwich located at 154 Queen St. S., is officially closed.

The restaurant was known for its grilled cheese sandwiches, tuna melts, Philly steaks, burgers and poutines.

The shop also offered wraps, salads, milkshakes and mac-n-cheese bites.

The phone number for the restaurant has been disconnected and the location has been removed from the Meltwich Food Co. website.

There was no information on why the shop had closed.

C & Dubbs Hamburgers Inc.

C & Dubbs Hamburgers Inc., which opened in 1962 in Mississauga, is now closed.

The burger joint, known for its hefty one-pound sumo burger, has been located at 1706 Dundas St. E. for the last 15 years. Before that, it was in a house next door.

Other than its old-school burgers and fries, C & Dubbs’ claim to fame is being in the 1995 Adam Sandler flick Billy Madison.

The restaurant is the back drop for the “pickle racing scene.”

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With files from Karen Longwell

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