Two new pop-up restaurants serving pizza and fried chicken are open in Mississauga
Are you craving fried chicken? How about delicious, hand-crafted pizza? Or maybe Middle Eastern food?
What if you could order all three from the comfort of your home and help the less fortunate at the same time?
Paramount Fine Foods recently launched two pop-up restaurants at their Erin Mills location (2635 Eglinton Ave West.)
Mohamad Fakih, the founder of Paramount Fine Foods, has partnered with Massimo Capra, the celebrity chef behind Capra’s Kitchen, to bring foodies MAS.E.MO pizza and Manakeesh, combining the best of Lebanese and Italian cuisine.
Foodies can enjoy a variety of unique and handcrafted vegetarian and meat pizzas prepared with fresh ingredients and a Middle Eastern twist.
Their menu boasts items such as a beef basterma pizza that is made with sundried tomato sauce, fontina cheese, mushrooms, red onions, beef basterma and arugula.
They also have an Arabella pizza that is made with classic tomato sauce and mozzarella cheese, topped with kofta beef and roasted bell peppers.
There are also vegetarian options for those who prefer a gourmet veggie pizza.
Krispo Chicken (by Paramount) was also recently launched in November and this resto offers comfort food, including a “Wicked sandwich.” The sandwich features a chicken breast dipped in either mild, wicked hot or inferno sauce and is served with waffle fries.
MAS.E.MO pizza and Krispo Chicken are both 100 per cent halal.
This holiday season, Paramount Fine Foods is offering 15 per cent off their bill for customers who order directly on their website and with every $50.00 order, Paramount will donate a meal to someone in need.
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