Best Sandwich Battle: Mississauga vs. Brampton
Published March 1, 2019 at 5:02 pm
There is no battle more serious and important than the battle between two cities vying to be recognized as the best place to go for an exceptional sandwich.
We at inSauga.com and inBrampton have searched far and wide for the best sandwiches in both cities and our Top 5 picks are about to battle it out for the title of best sandwich—and you can vote on your favourite in the poll below.
When it comes to a great sandwich, every ingredient counts. Is the bread soft with a delightfully flaky crust? Is the filling satisfying and flavourful? Are the spreads or sauces on point?
Both Mississauga and Brampton are known for their respective food scenes and both offer a ton of commendable sandwich joints—but only one city can have the absolute best place.
Which one would you prefer to chow down on soon?
When you want a sandwich, you don’t have to drive far to get one in Mississauga. Some great hotspots for a great sandwich? The hidden BBQ gem that is Holy Smokez BBQ Sandwiches, the classic, family-owned and eternally popular California Sandwiches, the homey and welcoming Pizzeria Dei Sassi in the Dixie and Eglinton area, the iconic and near-legendary Peter’s on Eglinton (you don’t want to miss the Montreal smoked meat) and our number one pick, the homegrown (and growing) On a Bun. While On a Bun hit number one on our list, Mississauga has not shortage of incredible sandwich joints.
When you want to grab a great sandwich for lunch (or even dinner) in Brampton, there are a lot of options. Some worthwhile hotspots include the Garden Square gem known as Little Shop of Ice Cream, the cozy, long-standing and always reliably tasty That Italian Place Cafe and Eatery, the tiny Queen St. E. hotspot that is San Francisco Place, the somewhat newly opened and incredibly authentic Ital Sandwiches on Maritime Ontario Blvd., and our number one pick, the soup-and-sandwich mainstay that is The Grainery. While The Grainery is our number one pick, there are no shortage of great sandwich joints in B-town.
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