Top 5 Omelettes in Mississauga
When you start to get tired of the same sunny side up or scrambled eggs and toast every morning, try switching it up with an omelette. Omelettes provide a healthier choice for breakfast, as they can help you get a full serving of veggies on one plate.
While you could just create your own at home, what's the fun in that? For the days you want someone else to cook you breakfast, here are five restaurants that will cook you the best omelette in Mississauga.
With many pop-up places in Mississauga now offering all day breakfast, Panagio's provides a sit-down quick service or take-out option. Deciding to sit-down, the menu offers eight omelettes to choose from. From Mexican-style, smoked, cowboy, to meat lover, Greek, and the great Canadian, most omelettes are packed with veggies, bacon, and lots of cheese. The Great Canadian omelette came with bacon, mushroom, and cheddar cheese with a side of cubed potatoes and four slices of toast. I like that they offer a choice of rye, brown, or white toast and the many packets of jam flavours.
Not the most appealing restaurant from the inside, but if you can overlook the decor, the food portions will not disappoint. With 10 omelette choices, it was a difficult choice between the Colorado meat lovers or the bacon and cheese omelette. Knowing full well that the Colorado contained five eggs, sausage, bacon, ham, onions, green peppers, and melted cheese, I thought that portion would be too large for one sitting. Deciding on the bacon and cheese was wise—it had incredible flavour. It was very cheesy and included lots of bacon for bacon lovers out there like me. By the time you finish the omelette, there isn't much need for toast and fries.
Anyone who visits Streetsville knows Bobby's is a staple breakfast place. Any time I've visited Bobby's, it's always been busy but with quicker service than other places. Like Skyway Jacks and Panagio's, Bobby's provides many omelette flavours. After trying many meaty omelettes, I decided to try vegetarian. The vegetarian omelette includes mushrooms, tomatoes, onions, and green peppers. I ordered cheddar cheese for an added $1.75 because it would have been far too plain without it. They definitely did not skimp out on the veggies, it was packed with veggies and cheddar cheese, making it a wonderful healthier option. The potatoes as a side were delicious, I would have enjoyed a bit more flavour and crunchier texture but overall, the omelette was a hit.
At the corner of Hurontario and Derry is Olympia Grill. What people might not know is that Olympia Grill is also a restaurant that offers all day breakfast. From the outside, it looks more like an industrial building but inside is a popular hotspot for diners. The Western omelette included three eggs, smoked ham, and onion. I really enjoyed the light texture of the omelette and the choice between multigrain, rye or white toast.
Located on Dundas, Apricot Tree Cafe is situated in a miniature size village. Upon entering Apricot, I was intrigued by the modern-style decor, the friendly staff, and the fresh baked goods. Out of all the places I visited on my omelette journey, Apricot Tree Cafe's omelette was completely custom. It included two eggs, a choice of cheese (mozzarella, Swiss, or cheddar cheese), two ingredients, toast, and fresh fruit. From visiting the other breakfast places with large portions, I can appreciate a restaurant with smaller portion sizes. Overall, the omelette was cooked to perfection and the added fruit was a nice touch.