Top 5 Hottest Restaurants in Brampton: June 16 - 22
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Brampton for the week of June 16 to 22, based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on inbrampton.com.
So this is the best Florentine Eggs Benedict I've had in my life. Period. Just writing about it brings on a craving. Complementing certain tastes and flavours is an art form; it's very rarely something that is left to chance. The blend of hollandaise sauce, egg whites, yolk, spinach, mushroom, and English Muffin all complement each other to such a perfect degree that it tastes like one solid flavour within the same profile. Confusing? Think of a colour spectrum where you can see blue change to green as you move your eyes through the spectrum. Now think of this dish as being able to let you taste the entire spectrum all in one bite without skipping a single transition - powerful stuff! As if this wasn't enough, they went ahead and seasoned their potatoes beautifully to add a little spice to your meal. Crunchy, savoury, and a little bit salty. Brampton, this is one of your best Eggs Benedict by far!
In a plaza on Queen and Chrysler, Good Egg is an all-day breakfast spot with diner-style menu options, and they’re open from 6 a.m.-8 p.m. from Sunday-Wednesday and 6 a.m.-9 p.m. from Thursday-Saturday. If you’re looking for a standard all day breakfast spot where you can hunker down with some eggs, toast, and homefries, try Good Egg. Their breakfast is straight to the point - bacon, sausage, chicken, steak, pancakes, french toast, and omelettes are on the menu, and it’s pretty cheap. I snagged this egg-toast-turkey bacon-home fries deal for a sweet $6.
Sweets, hot meals, alcohol, lots of space, TVs, Nova Grill and Bakery has it all. You've probably seen Nova Grill and Bakery locations around the GTA, but this is one of the few that offers cooked meals. The quarter chicken meal is tied for the cheapest meal on the list, advertised at $6.99 in store. A huge perk is the variety of sides to choose from. Stick with your roasted potatoes and rice, or grab some steamed vegetables, rapini, small baked potatoes (with the skin) instead. And believe me, the list does go on. The chicken is done well and doesn't venture far from traditional Portuguese tradition with juicy meat and a crispyish skin with mild or hot piri piri sauce on the side or slathered on. Come to the restaurant/bakery for a get together with family or friends and I can almost guarantee you will not be disappointed. Even if you don't get the chicken.
A new, unique Indian restaurant boasting traditional flavours and a specialty opened recently in Brampton, and readers are a-buzz. It’s called Paranthe Wali Gali - which means “the lane of parantha-makers” - and it’s located at Clarence and Kennedy. A parantha is an Indian flatbread that’s popular in different styles in South Asian countries. The flatbread is typically flaky and can be stuffed with different ingredients. Paranthe Wali Gali serves a whopping almost 60 different kinds of paranthe (plural of parantha), including butter chicken, beet root, and chicken biryani. Some of the paranthe are inspired by different South Asian regions, like Chennai (parantha with potatoes and southern-flavoured herbs) and Kashmir (parantha with kidney beans and Indian herbs).
Stacey Lee's may be tiny, but it is a mighty greasy spoon! This cozy, understated nook at Queen and McLaughlin is one of the most legendary restaurants in Brampton. Stacey Lee's thrives by serving up a hearty breakfast (be sure to ask for their shredded hash browns), and you'll definitely leave full and happy. They boast delicious, cost-efficient all-day breakfast - pancakes for dinner might be fun for the kids - plus a senior's menu for gram and gramps, and comfort food options for the parents like hot sandwiches, steak, and chicken pot pie. There's a classic small-town diner vibe happening inside, and though there might be fruit in the menu item pictured below, it's a must-try greasy spoon dish at Stacey Lee's. The melt-in-your-mouth croissant hugs a moist egg and melty cheese that will put any Timmies or McD's breakfast sandwich to shame. How many calories are in that, you ask? Who cares!