Battle Results! Best Japanese Restaurant: Brampton vs. Mississauga
If you've been searching for a great restaurant where you can chow down on some delicious Japanese food, we may be able to help you narrow down your choices.
There is no shortage of Japanese restaurants in the GTA, and Brampton residents may be happy to learn (or they may already know) that the city is no exception.
However, does the city compare to Mississauga?
Both Mississauga and Brampton are well known for their food scene, but when it comes to Japanese food, which city is the best?
What places were competing?
When you're hungry, nothing beats a filling dinner at an elegant Japanese resto. Mississauga has some choice hotspots for the timeless cuisine, including the ever-popular Iron Chef restaurant at Tomken and Eglinton, the popular Dai Ichi Sushi in the city's west end, the long-standing Masamune, the well-loved Heartland Town Centre-area Hinote, and our number one pick, the brand new Omakase hotspot Tomo Sushi. While Tomo is our proud number one pick, all of the places will leave you more than satisfied when you're in the mood for a truly tasty dinner.
Brampton, a big and bustling city with an enviable food scene, offers a ton of options when it comes to Japanese food. Some hot spots to check out? The Queen and Kennedy hotspot 520 Sushi, the spacious all-you-can-eat Tokyo Sushi, the popular 168 Sushi Japan Buffet, the elegant and romantic Sushi House and our number one pick, the Japanese-owned Toshi Japanese Restaurant. You can't really go wrong with any of these joints when you have a Japanese food craving to satisfy.
We asked you which city has the best Japanese restaurant and you voted.
Here are the results!
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