Top 5 Pancakes in Mississauga
Life is much better with a pile of fluffy, pancakes doused in butter and drizzled in syrup in the morning or any time of day for that matter. Mississauga has some great places to get your fill on these delicious sweet plates.
Here are the top 5 places to get pancakes in Mississauga:
Look out Mississauga! Chef Massimo Capra and his signature 'stache and big personality are in our city. Chef Massimo recently opened a restaurant called Capra's Kitchen in his hometown of Mississauga in the former Villa La Bella space along Lakeshore Rd. in the Clarkson neighbourhood. Chef Massimo is an accomplished celebrity chef, TV personality, author and Saugaboy who has an extensive resume. Starting from the ground up, his career began when he first started toiling in kitchens in Italy. He made his way to Toronto in the early 80s and worked in a few notable fine dining establishments in the city. His brand new restaurant offers lunch, dinner and weekend brunch that features some delicious ricotta pancakes.
4 - Skyway Jacks
This Streetsville resto is the place to be if you're hungry and don't want to break the bank, and it's definitely one of the best all-day breakie joints. If you are super hungry, order the "Super Jack" (especially for that super hangover). It comes with three eggs, three pieces of bacon, three sausages, and two slices of Peameal bacon, breakfast potatoes and toast. You can add an order of pancakes to any meal or order the pancake dish on the menu which includes three pancakes with an option to add chocolate chips to it. Skyway is an eclectic local favorite with character and the staff are super friendly (and your coffee mug will never empty). It gets pretty busy at Skyway's but even with a wait it's well worth it once you dig in.
3 - Captain Robin’s
Located in the heart of Port Credit just west of the lighthouse is Captain Robin’s Family Restaurant. The menu has all of the classic breakfast dishes with fun local names like the "Port Credit Breakfast Platter" which consists of two pancakes, four large eggs, a double serving of their famous hash browns and Texas toast. The pancakes are fluffy and huge - just the way pancakes should be! There is also a dish called the Country Style Skillet which comes with their famous hash browns, bacon, ham, sausage and back bacon that is covered with scrambled eggs, a blend of mozzarella and cheddar cheese, and smothered in hollandaise sauce. There are caramelized onions intertwined with the shoe string like hash browns which make their hash browns one of the best in the city.
2 - Muddy Duck
At the Muddy Duck, you get what you pay for and more with the buffet and the best part is, it’s all you can eat pancakes! This place has been around since 1978, so you know they are doing something right. The resto has really old-school homey decor that’s perfect for a casual family meal or low-key business lunch. The buffet is what you would expect a great breakfast buffet to be, as they have all the traditional fixings like muffins, Danishes, croissants and artisan breads along with pancakes, waffles, sausage, bacon, quiche and home-fried potatoes. They also offer fresh strawberries with whipped cream, fresh-cut fruit salad, rice pudding and more. They also have an omelette station, which completes any worthwhile AM buffet. Sundays get crazy, so make reservations in advanced.
1 - Bobby's
With dishes like the 1/2 pounder, Big Bobby, Weekender and Steak & Eggs, you can count on Bobby's Hideaway to offer meaty, full-sized breakfast meals that are rich in protein, along with all of the heavy carbohydrates to match it. On a slightly lighter note, Bobby's also offers omelettes, egg's Benny's, waffles, and pancakes. The pancakes are always fluffy and worth the wait! They also have 13 interesting side plate options such as peameal bacon, and spicy Italian sausage. Voted Streetsville's most popular breakfast restaurant for five years, this local hotspot serves up great family recipes. Get there early to avoid the line ups.
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