Top 5 Hottest Restaurants in Mississauga: May 26 – June 1
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Mississauga for the week of May 26 - June 1, based on the number of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on insauga.com.
5. Fred's Bar and Grill
Fred’s Bar and Grill offers great food at an affordable price. They are located on Bloor Street, just west of Cawthra. With many different menu choices, including appetizers, soups, salads, sandwiches, pizza and pasta, there’s definitely something for everyone. They are quite known for their various pasta dishes. Although this is technically a sports bar, everyone should go even if they are not into sports. The grilled calamari is one of the best dishes at the restaurant. It is certainly the very best in Mississauga. It is a huge portion of very tender grilled squid, both bodies and tentacles, sprinkled with bread crumbs whose flavours intensify with the char from the grill.
4. Top Gun Burgers
Originally located in Toronto, this burger joint has finally opened its doors at the Heartland Town Centre. They also have locations in Kensington Market, Scarborough, Concord and Etobicoke, which are all very popular. According to the brand's website, Top Gun Burgers is a "home base for elite gourmet burgers" and it has one very important mission: "to restore the forgotten culture and craving for gourmet burgers, acting as innovators in the art of burger craftsmanship." They offer many different burgers such as the Destroyer, which has two beef patties, Canadian cheddar cheese, crusted portobello mushroom, beef bacon, lettuce, tomato, pickles, guacamole, pico de gallo, and chipotle aioli between two grilled cheese sandwiches. They also have a veggie burger for all the vegetarian restaurant-goers.
3. Master Steaks
Located just north of the 401, Master Steaks is open 19 hours a day. This restaurant has been open for a long time. They offer simple breakfasts and steaks. This place is a meat lover’s dream, as there is a butcher shop attached that offers fresh beef. Not only does this place have fresh steaks, but they also serve said steaks at breakfast and lunch. The burgers are freshly ground and the steak portions are cut right off of the strips in the kitchen.
2. Allstar Wings & Ribs
With over 4,000 square feet of space, a large bar and table seating, this restaurant has a lot to offer. The resto is decorated with sports paraphernalia, such as jerseys and photos of the Toronto Maple Leafs and other teams. Their extensive menu includes over 200 wing sauces such as All Thai'd Up, Creole BBQ, Caesar Does Texas, Masala Madness, Snake Bite, Pandora's Bomb and Armageddon. They also have baby back and beef ribs, sandwiches (19 kinds of grilled cheese, peameal bacon, certified Angus beef, chilli & lime tilapia sandwiches and more), 19 French fry recipes (Arahova, Texas Zinger, Chili, Ranch and more), steaks, 19 charbroiled burgers (Canadian Eh!, Brie Burg, Losfer Words, Hot Mess and more), a variety of Nathan's Famous Hot Dogs and salads.
1. Michael's Back Door
Located at the back of a building in Clarkson off Lakeshore Road, this resto is almost a secret since it's completely hidden from public view. As you park in the back alley, you will find a glass solarium protruding from the back. This resto is a classy destination famously known for its Continental and Italian Dishes. People should try their risotto pescatore, which has risotto with shrimp, scallops, fresh tomatoes and white wine. This is the perfect place for a date or a corporate dinner as they have a piano room that can accommodate 40 people. They also have a wine room for up to 16, which is great for family parties when you just don't want to cook at home. This has been one of the best romantic dining nooks since 1981!
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