Top 5 Eggs Benedict in Mississauga


When I was young and in possession of a weak, pathetic and inept palate, I hated the succulent and splendid delicacy that is eggs benedict. I didn't like the buttery, rich hollandaise sauce and the deliciously runny eggs. 

With time, I saw the error of my ways and realized that eggs benny is the best goddamn breakfast dish in the world. If you're a traditionalist, you can grab a classic creation with an English muffin, poached eggs, peameal bacon and hollandaise sauce. If you're a little kinkier in the culinary department, you can spice things up with a toasted croissant, smoked salmon, crabmeat, asparagus, spinach, guacamole and cheese. Me? I like my eggs benedict with smoked salmon and Brie (just in case you were wondering).  

Fortunately for you, Mississauga has some wonderful restos that serve exceptional eggs benedicts that suit both classic and experimental tastes. Here's a look at some of the best and most creative dishes you can find nearby. 

5) Bobby's Hideaway 

If you're looking for an iconic greasy spoon, you might want to check out Streetsville relic Bobby's Hideaway. Spacious and casual, this joint has big, hearty dishes that will cure even the nastiest and most resilient of hangovers -- so it's perfect for a Sunday brunch after a wild Saturday. If you're into traditional eggs benny, Bobby's offers the basics in the form of poached eggs, an English muffin, peameal bacon and hollandaise. The eggs Florentine offers the same dish with a hearty dose of spinach.

4) Union Social Eatery

Union Social Eatery is a casual restaurant located in a plaza in the business park area along Derry Rd. bordering Brampton which caters to the local businesses and diners who happen to have come across this local spot while driving by. Their Eggs Benny is only available on the brunch menu on the weekend and is served on pancetta with a shooter of watermelon strawberry. Union Social Eatery originated in Mississauga and has since expanded with their second location in Toronto. The menu is fun, the dishes creative and it offers something for everyone. 

3) Social Eatery Winston Churchill

Meadowvale Town Centre recently welcomed yet another brand new resto--and this one is associated with another casual dining hotspot that’s been happily serving the community for a few years. Social Eatery Winston Churchill is actually the sister resto of the bigger (and Mississauga-based) Union Social Eatery. Although the menu is different from Union Social’s, it specializes in the same casual dining fare consumers have come to expect from the brand. While the restaurant offers a ton of great, casual food for lunch and dinner, it also boasts a great brunch menu. One dish you have to try? The smoked salmon benny. The potatoes alone make it worth it, and the yoghurt shot is a nice—and healthy—touch! 

2) Kravingz

Lissa Genobaga and Damian Kubarski are a husband and wife team who are self-proclaimed foodies and steadfast local supporters who love their community in Clarkson. Their relatively new resto is perfect for brunch and offers benedict enthusiasts the unique Polski Benedict. It's made with potato placki (a Polish potato pancake), smoked salmon or peameal bacon, poached eggs and house-made hollandaise sauce. Any benedict made with a potato pancake is a Benedict worth trying. 

1) Capra’s Kitchen

Look out Mississauga! Chef Massimo Capra and his signature ‘stache and big personality are in our city. Chef Massimo recently opened a restaurant called Capra’s Kitchen in his hometown of Mississauga in the former Villa La Bella space along Lakeshore Rd. in the Clarkson neighbourhood. Chef Massimo is an accomplished celebrity chef, TV personality, author and Saugaboy who has an extensive resume. Starting from the ground up, his career began when he first started toiling in kitchens in Italy. He made his way to Toronto in the early 80s and worked in a few notable fine dining establishments in the city. His brand new restaurant offers lunch, dinner and weekend brunch that features some eggs benny that are heavy on the porcetta. 

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