Unique Restaurant Shuts Down in Mississauga
A unique restaurant that was one of the first of its kind in Mississauga has seemingly shuttered its doors for good, effectively leaving a void in—at the very least—the off-the-beaten-path breakfast/brunch scene in the Square One area.
Sindhi, an Indian street food restaurant conceived by Hemant Bhagwani—the founder and executive chef behind the popular Amaya group of restaurants—is no more.
The resto's signage recently disappeared and the facility has since been marked as permanently closed on Google.
The restaurant, which was designed to take diners on a journey through the Indian subcontinent, highlighted colourful street food rich in textures and exotic flavours. And while it got off to a somewhat confusing start with a perplexing mix of table and counter service, it eventually found its footing and offered some truly tasty casual dishes.
In fact, it was the perfect go-to for truly decadent Bombay toast (a satisfying comfort food creation that consisted of Texas toast, eggs, cheese and fiery chili peppers).
The lamb curry was also a commendable menu item.
The restaurant opened in the summer of 2015.
Sadly, Mississauga's Indian street food scene just got a little leaner.
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