Top 5 Hottest Restaurants in Brampton: June 2-8
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Brampton for the week of June 2-8, based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on inbrampton.com.
There's no such thing as too much breakfast in Brampton! Fluffy eggs, crunchy bacon, jam-smothered toast, and sweet, sweet pancakes - yum. A brand new all day breakfast spot and family restaurant just opened its doors in a very popular area of Brampton, near Bramalea City Centre (BCC). Golden Eggs Restaurant is located at 4 Lisa Street, unit 17 in Brampton, between CIBC and Dollar Joy Plus. That's across the street from good old BCC. The new restaurant has taken over the old All Star Wings space, complete with an outdoor patio where it might be nice to enjoy breakfast this summer. And the restaurant serves more than all day breakfast - it serves all day lunch and dinner, too! Golden Eggs has all the staples you'd expect from a family restaurant, from burgers and fries to pancakes and coffee.
Classy, classy, classy - you’ll want to dress up a little bit if you’re heading over to Mayura on Hurontario and Ray Lawson, or you might not fit in! Acclaimed chef Ranveer Brar’s fine dining restaurant is ideal for a date night or a family get together, offering ambiance and a menu that includes both traditional Indian and fusion fare. Let’s talk food! Their salmon tikka was extremely flavourful, as was their chutney. I also tried the Dum Murgh, a chicken curry flavoured with yogurt, cashews, and saffron, which was delicious. Their biryani is definitely a menu highlight, as well as their desserts - gulab jamun cheesecake, and Kalakand tart with paan ice cream. That’s right, paan ice cream! Basically it tastes like leaves and roses which might sound weird but it’s good. Mayura is a fine dining restaurant, meaning that though the food is good, it’s going to do some damage to your wallet - two can dine comfortably (apps, entrees, dessert, maybe even drinks) for well upwards of $60 plus tax. With some Bollywood instrumentals in the background while you eat, it’s a solid resto!
If you thought the name of this place was quirky, wait until you step inside! The Khana Sutra is a spacious Queen Street East restaurant that boasts an expansive, delicious menu, with both traditional items and traditional items with a Western spin, playful decor and relaxing live music that augments a pleasant meal, and it can be reminiscent of an Indian banquet hall party, which gives it all a fun vibe. The service is friendly and attentive and the food is a cut above typical Indian fare. If you’re looking to share a meal, try the lime prawn pakoras and the Bharwaan Tandoori mushroom caps. If you want to be wow’d, order the Shehnai Ghosht entree (lamb roasted with cardamom and a herb-flavoured sauce) with some moist garlic naan. You won’t be disappointed--especially if you top the meal off with some tasty Canadian wine.
2) Hakka No. 1
This Melanie Drive spot is an epic choice for all of the industrial workers in the area, and once you know about it, it might become your go-to spot for lunch specials and hakka food. From noodles to rice to meat and beyond, you’ll find a huge variety of food on the menu, including all kinds of chicken (manchurian chicken is pictured below!), noodles (Shanghai, Singapore, and ho-fun included!), beef, fish, veggies, and delicious sauces you can think of. The serving sizes are huge and the restaurant is surprisingly cozy, with ample seating space. Whether you’re snagging some take-out, you’re there for a $7.25 lunch special (which comes with water and a mouthwatering spring roll), or you’re there with a few people prepared to order everything on the menu, you won’t regret your decision to go here. Hakka No. 1 even has bubble tea - yum!
1) Thai Pepper
Hands down, Thai Pepper has the best quality Thai food in Brampton. The quality, quantity, and cost are all worth your while. Located not too far from Sandalwood and Hurontario, Thai Pepper's meagre decor in its unassuming plaza is completely contrary to the amazing cuisine found within. The menu offered several different choices, classics and unique specialties. Fortunately, the affordable prices makes it easy to not feel too bad about indulging in a few items. Some of our favourite items include the ever-classic shrimp tom yum soup, which boasts the perfect amount of spice and comes with huge, quality prawns, and the basil fried rice. Thai Pepper has a variety of items, too. Be warned, if you are in a rush, Thai Pepper may not be the best option for you. If you are looking to eat a delicious meal and spend time relaxing with a friend, you've come to the right place.
The 5 hottest restaurants in Brampton this week are based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on inbrampton.com the week of June 2-8, 2018.