5 Hottest Restaurants in Mississauga – Nov 21 to 27

Here are the 5 hottest and best restaurants in Mississauga for the week of November 21 to 27, based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on insauga.com


5 - Muddy Duck

Located just footsteps away from the Toronto border on Dundas is a classic gem that serves homemade comfort food called The Muddy Duck. This place has been around since 1978, so you know they are doing something right. They have a very popular breakfast buffet on the weekends and an Italian buffet every Friday. They also have huge portions. The dish we tried was the Schnitzel a la Duck and you can see by the picture that it was really enough for two people and was absolutely delicious.


Schnitzel a la Duck


4 - Stir Kitchen and Beverage Co.

Stir Kitchen & Beverage Co. is a new restaurant located in a plaza along Hurontario St. just north of highway 403. The spacious and open concept venue has exposed ceilings adorned with a myriad of chandeliers and ceiling art and is enveloped in warm colours making the space inviting. The large floor to ceiling windows of this corner unit allows a flood of natural sunlight into the space for the daytime crowd and in the evenings, the space is transformed with soft lighting and various wall mount fireplaces. The menu includes a number of starters including daily house-mademozzarella, chef's charcuterie (mixture of daily cured meats, bocconcini, house-made preserves and grilled naan bread), beer and kale dip (served with naan, cassava, beet chips and plantain chips), poutine(cheese curds, beer and butter braised mushrooms, applewood bacon and chipotle aioli). You will also find a variety of salads, stone oven pizzas, and mains such as the Stir burger (a decadent burger made with an 8 oz patty topped with a truffle and mushroom duxelle, a grilled steak tip, and demi-glace on a grilled brioche bun.

Stir Burger


3 - Door FiftyFive

Imagine you've been whisked away to a Queen West bar. Since it opened just over two weeks ago, this place has been crazy. Even on weeknights, when other bars in the area are dead, this place is busting at the seams with people and with good reason. Get ready to be amazed. Every aspect of this place — including the space and menu — has been designed with the utmost thought to detail. Although the food menu is only about five per cent of entire menu (there are only 13 items), you will find interesting takes on southern classics, such as chicken and waffles, Rub Me the Right Way beef brisket, Boars Gone Wild smoked sausage, bison chipotle frank, blackened shrimp and gumbo cheddar grits and the boss platter (BBQ sampler platter). All of meat is smoked with SmokinLicious' cherry wood and sugar maple wood chips, which "gives a nice sweetness to meat."

Chicken and Waffles


2 - Heritage Fish and Chips

Heritage Fish & Chips has been serving British-style fish and chips for over three decades. The restaurant originated in Brampton in 1982 and the family-run operation has since expanded to a total of five locations. The British-themed quick service restaurant is a quaint 30-seat space that serves English style fish and chips, grilled fish, house-made soups, desserts, fresh cut chips, homemade onion rings and battered mushrooms and salads. The menu includes a variety of fish and seafood entrees served with their hand-cut chips (halibut, haddock, cod, orange roughy, sole, basa, scallops and shrimp) and a fisherman’s platter. The from the grill section include salmon, trout, halibut, tilapia, basa and chicken, all served with hand-cut fries and veggies. From scratch items include battered mushrooms, daily soups, fish or clam chowder, onion rings, coleslaw, pickled onions, mashed potatoes, rice pudding and custard. The daily lunch runs until 3 pm and includes haddock and chips for under $7.00.


1 - Berto's

Berto’s Cuisine is family run Filipino restaurant which recently opened its doors in Mississauga. Berto is a shortened version of Edilberto and chosen as the name of the restaurant because it was the only name out of the six restaurant partners which was the most “Filipino” stated Oswald Morales Martel the executive chef and co-owner. “There are eight daily specials which include a variety of dishes including these signature staples:lomi (small pieces of meat and egg noodles in a soup stock), palabok (rice noodles in a shrimp sauce topped with ingredients such as shrimp, ground pork, fried tofu, and pork cracklings), chicken/beef mami(chicken or beef noodle soup served with boiled eggs and other toppings), lugaw (rice porridge served with meat, similar to congee). You will also find a lot of Filipino favorites such as adobo, kare-kare,menudo, sisig, fried tilapia, pinakbet, sotanghon, crispy pata, halo-halo, sago gulaman, They also offer party trays!


Karioka - a sweet, crispy on the outside and chewy in the middle specialty dessert made with glutinous sweet rice flour and coated with carmelized sugar (popular in the street food scene in the Philippines).

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