Top 5 Hottest Restaurants in Mississauga: July 1-7


Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Mississauga for the week of July 1-7, based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on

5) Mickey’s Pizza

The only pizza joint that has been visited by “You Gotta Eat Here” is Mickey's Pizza, and with good reason. Mickey’s is located in Clarkson, a quaint village located in the most southwest area of Mississauga in a small and unassuming plaza. Just look out for their mascot — a giant inflatable green dragon perched on top of the building. Mickey’s serves traditional pizzas plus what they call a “Killer King,” which is a deep dish Chicago-style pizza for the hungry Chi Town-style pizza lovers. They use the best ingredients possible. The dough is made in house, they use ingredients like extra virgin olive oil and they cook their meat right on the grill before it goes into your pizza.

4) Burger Factory

Do you want a huge burger and a funnel cake? Surprisingly enough, the funnel cake at Burger Factory comes closest to that iconic Wonderland taste. You can actually decide what kind of cake you want and whether or not to add ice cream and strawberries. Ah, why is that even an option? Of course everyone wants all three! The Dixie and Eglinton area burger joint boasts a range of burgers and cheeseburgers, some of which go by decidedly cool names like The Compressor, The Utility and The Machine. The resto also offers veggie burgers and halal dishes. Oh, and did we mention that the funnel cake is available all year round?

3) Miga Korean & Japanese BBQ Restaurant

Miga Korean Restaurant is located on Dundas West just past Erindale Park. When you walk in, you are greeted by a large and modern resto that has a BBQ hood over every table. All the meat is fresh and marinated to perfection. Also, Miga has 18 meats to choose from. Also, this is the only place that regularly replaces the grill so you aren’t cooking on a blackened, dirty surface throughout the meal. They also grease the grill with a piece of fat, which is kind of a nice touch. One thing you have to know about Korean BBQ is that most places will only seat a minimum of two people, so bring a date or a friend.

2) Papa Giuseppe’s

You can’t really miss this quaint little restaurant that’s located in the heart of Port Credit. If you are one of the lucky people who actually get a seat, you are in for a treat. This place has a rustic Italian-inspired dining room and is a great spot to enjoy your pizza, which is cooked in a stone oven. Papa Giuseppe’s also serves house-made gnocchi and I can never say no to that. They also serve a selection of antipasti, including insalata caprese, and a wide selection of pastas including Nona’s Pasta Campania or carbonara (marche). If you are lucky enough, try to get a seat directly in front of the kitchen so you can eat and watch the chef and cooking staff do their thing. In the summer months, they have a really nice patio they open up at the back of the restaurant. If you are on a date and you get into this place you look like a Don Juan!

1) Roc'n Doc's

You want a patio? You've come to the right place—especially since summer is finally here. Located in the heart of Port Credit, Roc'n Docs features live music every night of the week and is a staple in the live music scene in Mississauga. The venue has made it onto a number of Top 5 lists, including best patio, top Port Credit bars and more. The resto's main level is equipped with a stage and the second level boasts one of the best rooftop patios the city has to offer. This casual restaurant offers a menu of pub-style eats, a variety of cocktails and beer.

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