5 Under the Radar Breakfast Spots in Mississauga
Here are the some of the best breakfast spots in Mississauga that you probably didn't know about or didn't know they served breakfast.
5 - Daylight Grill
Located in a plaza on the south-west corner of Southdown and Winston Churchill is a one off non-franchise place called Daylight Grill. This place is open from 6am to 3pm daily so you know this place specializes in breakfast. We ordered the BIG breakfast special that came with sausage, bacon, peameal bacon, 3 eggs, pancakes, toast and hone fries. The service is super friendly and we had left overs!
Big Breakfast Special
4 - Skyway Jacks
Hidden in the north part of Streetsville is Skyway Jacks that claims to be “Home of the Healthy Portion”! It’s the place to be if you’re hungry and you don’t want to break the bank, and it’s definitely one of the best all-day breakie joints located in an inconspicuous plaza in Streetsville. If you are super hungry, get the “Super Jack”, especially for that super hangover. It comes with 3 eggs, 3 pieces of bacon, 3 sausages, 2 slices of Peameal bacon, breakfast potatoes and toast - all for just $9.99. Skyway is an eclectic local favorite with character, the staff - super friendly and my coffee mug was never empty. It gets pretty busy at Skyway’s so if you time your drive there right, you will miss the senior morning rush, the regular morning rush, the church goers, and the hangover rush. Even with a wait, it’s well worth it once you dig in.
3 - Bounty
Literally located on the border of Mississauga on Dundas East by Etobicoke is a hidden all-day breakfast joint called Bounty. This place has been around for about 20 years and the server told us it used to be a John Anderson years ago. This mammoth meat dish comes with almost every type of breakfast meat known to man. It comes with two pieces of bacon, sausage, peamal bacon, ham, toast, hashbrowns and three eggs of your choice!
The Meatlovers Breakfast
2 - Corner by Spoon and Fork
You might have heard of Corner from the sushi burritos but most people don't know they serve breakfast 7 days a week. If you haven't heard Corner is a new cafe which combines a casual dining experience in a contemporary designed space and offers a global menu that caters to a wide variety of palates. The concept, by Spoon & Fork, is the brand’s first quick-service restaurant. The food menu consists of Corner’s Asian and European menu includes a wide variety of options that include freshly baked pastries (croissants, scones, muffins, brownies, donuts, danishes, cinnamon buns); sushi burritos, desserts (French macarons, tarts, cupcakes, cakes); all day breakfast (benedict's, omelettes, breakfast sandwiches, pancakes, French toast); sushi trays (made fresh daily and on-site). The Mum Bowl is a fun Thai-inspired menu where you can mix and match over 50 different ingredient options to create your own personalized dish.
Corner Big Breakfast
1 - Apricot Tree
Franz and Esther Hochholdinger have been a local staple of Mississauga's cuisine since 1993 serving many Austrian dish favorites and desserts at their quaint European inspired cafe called Apricot Tree Cafe. The roots of the Apricot Tree at one point only focused on the dessert creations that Pastry Chef Franz was known for, but today it operates as a full service restaurant which is located in the Sherwood Forrest Village that serve some of the best breakfast dishes around. The breakfast menu consists of everything from Apricot Breakfast which includes smoked salmon, poached eggs, dill sour cream, Apricot Tree salad to the Western Croissant as seen below. Recently Apricot Tree went through a major expansion which had them take over the unit next door.
What is your favourite breakfast spot in Mississauga?
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