Gone are the days of production line dishs, uninspired plating and soya sauce-stained paper menus with check box items for all you can eat sushi.
When I was young and in possession of a weak, pathetic and inept palate, I hated the succulent and splendid delicacy that is eggs benedict.
So, now that the holidays are over, you might be feeling like your wallet/purse is a lot lighter these days.
There are a lot of shawarma joints in Mississauga and the landscape keeps changing. We went to dozens of different shawarma joints and some places put Tupperware-stored chicken in my pita while others used chicken from the spit and then grilled the shavings with seasoning -- the way a good shawarma sandwich/wrap should be made! 
If you want your Mississauga restaurant to stand the test of time, open a fish and chips joint. For some reason, they never close down and people never get sick of them.
There is nothing better than a good sandwich when you are on the go in Mississauga. Why not skip that sub this week and go for a good homemade veal, smoked meat or pulled pork sandwich?
Whether you’re into dark, bitter beer or light, fruity beer, heading to a brewery to try your taste in beer can be an exciting, authentic experience.
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day and Mississauga has some good all day breakfast joints to choose from. You can satisfy that just-rolled-out-of-bed hunger pain and craving for just about any breakfast dish at one of these breakfast joints.  
Now that winter is in full swing, you might want to try and take advantage of the colder weather ahead by enjoying some of the pristine skating trails Ontario has to offer.
Deep fried and usually crunchy, churros get even the most well-behaved of us all riled up!