Top 5 New Openings in June 2016 in Mississauga
Here are the top new food openings for the month of June 2016 based on the amount of page views the new opening article got on the first 48 hours the article got released:
5 - Philthy Philly's
Philthy Philly’s is a brand new cheese steak sandwich and poutinerie spot located in the south end of Mississauga in the Clarkson neighbourhood. Mississauga is the fourth location for the brand. The others are located in Newmarket, Pickering and Whitby. The quick service restaurant offers cheese steak and pulled pork sandwiches (8” or 12”) and regular or large size poutines. Food Menu: There are nine cheese steak sandwiches (the big Texan - steak or chicken, pulled pork, bacon, onion crisps) and four pulled pork sandwiches (sweet Memphis pulled pork and bacon) to choose from along with 20 types of poutine (breakfast poutine - egg, steak, bacon).
4 - Wow Wow Yum Yum
Mississauga's first Thai ice cream rolls shop opens. Wow Wow Yum Yum is not only Mississauga's first Thai ice cream roll shop but it's also the first in the GTA and possibly Canada (there are only two other ice cream roll shops known in Canada - one is in Montreal and the other in Toronto) where you can try this delicious hand-made ice cream. It's literally made by hand! Read more>
3 - Jamie's Italian
Jamie’s Italian restaurant finally opened this week on June 22nd! Jamie’s Italian Square One marks the brands second location which has the same look and feel of the first location at Yorkdale Shopping Centre. The sizeable wood-filled space has high exposed ceilings, a brightly lit bar/lounge area which lines the front of the resto and large windows that opens up to the mall’s new wing.Jamie's Italian menu is reflective of Chef Oliver’s food movement mission and features fresh, rustic dishes using responsibly sourced ingredients. House-made pasta’s are made with free-range eggs and the mains are made with free-range and higher welfare meats. Read more>
Jamie's Italian Burger
2 - Foodie North
Foodie North is a new Chinese restaurant which differentiates itself from others by focusing on Northern Chinese cuisine. Chinese cuisine, like most, varies across the country and a variety of factors such as the climate and region influence the characteristics of the cuisine. Henan, Shanxi, Shandong Provinces and Beijing are some of the regions you will find in North China. Northern dishes are much heartier and heavily seasoned due to the colder climate. The staple ingredient is wheat which is used in steamed buns, dumplings, stuffed buns, pancakes and lamian (Chinese noodle). This unique technique of making lamian is a fascinating craft and unique to China. The menu, like the restaurant, is quite expansive offering everything from duck to pork, chicken to lamb, and seafood to stews and all are made in-house.
Baozi (bun) stuffed with juicy pork
1 - Fired Up
Fired Up! Woodfire Barbeque Company is Mississauga’s first BBQ restaurant that boasts an open concept, street-side cookery right in the heart of Port Credit. It’s an impressive restaurant-front that exposes Executive Chef Luis Vultao and his team of grillardins who are literally on street-side display, encircled with fire from the woodfire grills where they display their craft. The 1,500 square foot space (formerly a Gino’s Pizza) was completely gutted and is surprisingly more spacious than the corner unit appears to be. The resto design is masculine but cozy and filled with reclaimed Canadian wood such as hemlock and maple, plus 250 year old barn boards. You will find everything from game meats such as venison, Australian lamb from Opal Valley, ostrich, pork belly, wild boar, and seafood such as ahi tuna, swordfish, octopus and prawns, burgers, poutine’s and a variety of salads on the menu.
Top Sirloin Steak Poutine
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