Unique New Seafood Restaurant Now Open in Mississauga
Have you ever found yourself overcome by persistent hankering for seafood?
If so, you might be happy to hear that a unique new seafood joint has just opened up in one of the city’s busiest and most bustling shopping areas.
Boil Plus, a new “seafood fusion” restaurant that’s associated with the popular Sushi 168 brand, has finally opened its doors in the Heartland Town Centre area.
The new restaurant will no doubt please residents who were sad to lose the relatively new L.A. Boil resto, which only lasted a short time in the Dundas and Winston Churchill location recently adopted by Watan Kabob (note that you can still visit L.A. Boil’s Dundas location in the city’s east end).
As far as the menu goes, Boil Plus offers seafood (served in boil bags, of course), sandwiches and Japanese ramen.
In terms of boil bags, diners can indulge in their choice of lobster, dungeness crab, king crab, crawfish and more smothered in the spice and flavour of their choosing. The resto also offers sizzling plates, snacks (think onion rings, soft shell crab, edamame, fried broccoli and more), soups, salads, rice dishes and ramen.
As far as ramen goes, the resto offers Tonkotsu, tomato and miso soups that can be filled with beef, chicken, sausage, seafood, shrimp, squid and more.
Diners will no doubt be excited about that, as Mississauga has a small (but growing) authentic ramen scene.
So if you have a ramen or seafood craving to satisfy, Boil Plus might be worth checking out.
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