Top 5 Hottest Restaurants in Mississauga: Jan. 18-24
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Mississauga for the week of Jan. 18 - 24, based on the number of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on insauga.com.
Supermoon Japanese Cheesecakes, a bakery that specializes in increasingly popular (and so very light and fluffy) Japanese-style cheesecakes, cheese tarts and bubble tea, has been serving its adorable Queen St. S. cakes for a few years now and for good reason—the desserts are absolutely delicious. Owners say the memorable moniker and cute logo were inspired by the fact that some people see the shadow on a supermoon not as a silhouette of a legendary “man on the moon,” but a rabbit (hence the super cute super moon branding). The bakery offers original cheesecakes, chocolate cheesecakes, red velvet cheesecakes and special, limited-time flavours such as taro and Oreo.
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. The menu boasts fresh-cut bacon salt fries, chicken wings, a bacon double cheeseburger, Union Social's famous almond crusted chicken tenders, cashew chicken curry, steak frites and more. So if you’re in the mood for some wings after doing a little local shopping, Social Eatery is worth a look.
3) El Jefe
El Jefe is one of the city’s few full-service Mexican restaurants. The menu is pretty layered, offering a chicken chimichanga that’s sweet, spicy and crunchy. The menu also features table-side made guacamole and house-made flour tortillas, sauces and salsas. The diverse, mouth-watering menu also includes taquitos, tacos, burritos, and churros. The resto is also known for the colourful interior and the spacious patio.
2) Tomo Sushi
This gem, which also operates a location in Richmond Hill, recently took over the space once occupied by Sushi Tei. While many residents were sad to see Sushi Tei go, they should be happy that a Japanese place this good took its spot. This place, which offers a small, complimentary noodle dish at the start of your meal, has some of the best and freshest sushi and sashimi in Mississauga. It also offers omakase, which means customers can allow the chef to customize a meal for them. This isn't a sushi place you want to miss.
Although Mississauga has a substantial waterfront (and one that's slated to undergo incredible redevelopment, no less), its waterside food scene has always been dominated by the popular (some might argue iconic) Snug Harbour. That's no longer the case. The owners of the incredibly successful Toronto gem Cafe Diplomatico—located right in the heart of the bustling Little Italy neighbourhood—recently opened a brand new waterside restaurant in Mississauga. Posta, the brand new Italian restaurant, took shape in the old post office location at Stavebank and Lakeshore Road. The chic restaurant boasts 9,300 square feet of space—which includes a vast lakeside patio with its very own bar. As far as dining goes, the resto offers dine-in service, takeout options, express counter service, appetizer bars and wine bars. As far as food goes, there is salumi and formaggi, pizza, gelato and more.
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