5 new restaurant openings in April in Mississauga
Published April 30, 2023 at 5:47 pm
Whether it be fast food budget-friendly options or sit-down all-you-can-eat buffets; all the way to fine dining experiences with fresh ingredients — there are unlimited choices to satisfy your cravings for the day.
From crispy fried chicken to burritos and even spicy Indian cuisine —these are five new restaurant openings in Mississauga for the month of April that you may want to check out.
Located at 4040 Creditview Rd. Unit 23 the restaurant specializes in Korean fried chicken in a variety of flavours including garlic, soy, Pelicana seasoned, snow cheese ppurio, dak gang jung and more. There are options for those who love spice.
Guests have a choice of boneless, bone-in or wings — you can choose the number of pieces and sauce on the chicken or the side.
The menu includes 10 different types of burritos including steak, pulled pork, calamari, sweet potato and soy choices.
There are also “naked” burritos, quesadillas, tacos and nachos on the menu.
The Burnhamthorpe location is the eighth Burrito Boyz in Mississauga. There are shops in Streetsville, Port Credit, Meadowvale and Malton.
This growing restaurant chain pairs a nostalgic 80s and 90s aesthetic with such decadent dishes as deep-fried deviled eggs and fried chicken sandwiches.
Popular menu items include a “hardcore” pulled chicken poutine, seared, pulled and fried chicken sandwiches, and a “dirty bird” taco.
The resto also offers salads, burgers, chicken fingers, wings, waffles and more.
The long awaited Indian thali restaurant is now welcoming customers.
Specializing in “home-style food combining Rajasthani and Gujarati style, the thali is a platter that is made up of several different dishes and this place offers an unlimited sit-down buffet with table service and a new menu daily, according to the website.
“The ‘thali’ experience includes a beverage, appetizers, entrees and desserts which come together to create a wholesome, nutritious and organic meal.
Some specific menu items include vegetable curries, dhal, rotis, breads, and chutneys.
Fun Fact: The restaurants name comes from the Tagalog word for “freedman” a class of noblemen in pre-colonial Luzon, the largest and northernmost island of the Philippines.
Maharlikas offers an upscale take on Philippine staples, such as Pancit Bihon, Crispy Pata (fried pork thigh), beef kare-kare (beef in peanut based sauce), pork bbq, and seafood.
The restaurant prides itself in sourcing fresh ingredients from local farmers’ markets, and promises the customers that they’re eating the best of the season.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising