If you're in the mood for takeout sushi, Mississauga has some great spots. Like everything worth having, some of these gems are a little hard to find.
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day and I concur -- especially weekend brunch. Brunch offers more than just the standard every day breakfast fare that typically serves to simply satisfy your morning hunger or take care of that hangover.
Anytime is a good time for pho - a popular Vietnamese rice noodle soup that is eaten at any time of day in certain regions of Vietnam. Mississauga has its fair share of Vietnamese restaurants that serve pho (commonly mispronounced as "pho"; the correct pronunciation is "fuh.")
A classic, shareable plate is difficult to come by these days. Restaurants are primed to serve sliders, polenta chips and spiced olives, but whatever happened to the tried and true spinach dip?
Variety is the spice of life and when it comes to food, that old adage has never been truer.
Casual dining is usually defined as a restaurant that serves moderately-priced food in a casual environment.
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.
Just a few months ago, we were bundling up in winter jackets and sweaters. Well, it’s finally summer and that means everyone is looking forward to playing out in the sun.
Mississauga might not have as many Korean BBQ restaurants as our friends to the east, but we have some pretty good ones.
If you want to see the history of Mississauga, look no further than your local fish and chips joint. The top five fish and chips places have been in business for a combined 150 years.