Battle Results! Best Thai Battle: Brampton vs. Mississauga
There is nothing in the world quite like Thai food. Known for its liberal use of crunchy vegetables, flavourful meats, savoury curries and delightfully filling noodles, Thai cuisine is one of the best in the world and for good reason—it's got something for everyone.
When it comes to great Thai food, every aspect is important. Is there an incredible balance of flavours? Is the curry sweet and spicy enough? How on point is the Pad Thai? How mouth-watering is the mango salad? And, how spicy can the food get?
Both Mississauga and Brampton are known for their respective food scenes and both offer a ton of commendable poutine options—but only one city can have the absolute best hotspots.
What places were competing?
The Top 5 best spots to check out in Mississauga? Twin Fish with their diverse menu and bustling space, the Port Credit staple Thai Signature, the family-owned Streetsville gem Jing Thai, the vibrant and tasty Thai House Cuisine 2, and the rich, flavourful, and expanding Bamboo Legend. Bamboo Legend might be our top pick for Thai food in Mississauga, but each one of the spots on this list offers something unique and delicious.
Brampton's Top 5 restaurants to get Thai food are the Vietnamese-Thai fusion spot Saigon House, the downtown hotspot and always fresh Freshly Thai, the scrumptious and spicy with epic lunch specials Hakka No.1, the always elegant Lily Thai, and topping the list, the flavourful and leisurely Thai Pepper. While Thai Pepper is our number one pick, all of the places on this list will satisfy your palate and leave you wanting more.
We asked you which city has the best poutine and you voted.
Here are the results!
On the website:
And on Instagram:
On the website, Mississauga beat out Brampton, and it looks like Instagram users sided with Mississauga by a fairly striking margin--77 per cent to 23 per cent.
What city do you visit when you’re in the mood for some Pad Thai?
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