5 new restaurant openings in February in Mississauga
Published February 25, 2023 at 10:34 am
From sandwiches to desserts and everything in between, this February, there are a lot of store openings in Mississauga, ready to serve your cravings.
Without further ado, here are 5 restaurants you may want to check out!
This Filipino pop-up restaurant has returned to the Food District at Square One in Mississauga. Just like last time, the menu will feature classic desserts and dishes from around the world made with a Filipino twist. Kumain Kitchen is best known for their menu items including the sinigang chicken sandwich, ube chicken waffle and fried chicken, fried chicken with gravy, chicken inasal, furikake boneless fried chicken and more. The menu also features items such as milo drinks, buko pandan and ube karioka.
FAT FORK’s menu features items like Souvlaki, steak, burgers and various sandwiches including the Chicken Souvlaki on a Bun. And, what would a Souvlaki dinner be without Tzatziki? The restaurant’s menu features the brothers’ father’s “famous” recipe that he came up with over three decades ago. Between the friendly staff, fast service and meals that are prepared before your eyes in minutes, this restaurant is a great spot for large families, groups of friends or even just for dining solo.
The restaurant specializes in authentic Italian cuisine and offers lunch specials, desserts, an a la carte menu, various beverages and cocktails and an extensive wine list. Popular dishes include their caesar salad, fried calamari, veal meatballs, a variety of pizzas including one with duck confit, several pasta dishes and mains including veal scallopini with mushrooms and truffle sauce.
Döner & Gyros opened in 2014 with a dream to combine the two favourite sandwiches in one shop. It’s new location is ready for business near the Eglinton and Ridgeway plaza. The döner sandwich dates back to the Ottoman Empire and was made famous by a Turkish immigrant Chef Mahmut Aygun who opened a döner restaurant in Berlin, Germany in 1971, according to the Döner & Gyros website. The freshly made tzatziki is what brings all the flavours together. The menu also includes falafel wraps along with platers and a rice bowl.
This shop, which specializes in Middle Eastern desserts, recently opened up at 3066 Hurontario St. Menu items include their tres leches cake, a sponge cake soaked in three kinds of milk and their rice pudding, which is made with a mixture of rice and milk that is cooked until thick and creamy. One of their popular menu items is a traditional Middle Eastern dessert called kunafa. At Halasweet, the kunafa is prepared by stuffing dairy products into two pieces of shredded phyllo before baking it in the oven.