Japanese-inspired pancake restaurant opens new location in Mississauga

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Published November 21, 2021 at 10:47 am

If you’ve got a sweet tooth like us, then a new dessert spot opening in Mississauga is always good news!

Fuwa Fuwa Pancakes, which also has a location at Square One, recently opened a brand new location at the corner of Central Parkway and Burnhamthorpe.

Fuwa Fuwa was the first Japanese-inspired soufflé pancake restaurant to open in Toronto. They’re known best for their extremely fluffy pancakes, waffles, crepes, and hot drinks such as lattes and tea.

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The restaurant says the new location was “inspired by the Kyoto Nishiki Market, and with carefully curated sounds and sweeping ombre ceilings, was designed to deliver a multi-sensory experience.”

The new location makes two in Mississauga, with three in Toronto and one in Vaughan. The chain is also expanding westward with new locations in Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta.

Fuwa Fuwa’s full menu is available here.

Photo courtesy of Fuwa Fuwa on Instagram


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