Top 5 Hottest Restaurants in Brampton: June 9- 15
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Brampton for the week of June 9 to 15, based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on inbrampton.com.
Maguire's at Queen and Hansen is attached to an industrial-looking building, and if you've never been, I would recommend it. They have a cozy patio and an interior that just screams PUB! Perogies are a staple on their pub grub menu, best served with a cold brew and a game. Maguire's perogies are stuffed with potatoes and loaded with cheese, onions, and bacon on top, served with a healthy side of sour cream. Their perogies were filling and cooked well, with a slight crunch. Maguire's perogies come to $10.16 with tax, a good price for a sit-down perogy-fest.
Spoonful ranks as one of the most trendy looking buffets in Brampton. The purple and yellow decor is playful and makes it more exciting to eat. Eating here is an experience all on its own. There’s a whole assortment of Asian foods like sushi, noodles, spring rolls, meats and the best station ever: make your own pad Thai. The food arrangement gets even cooler at dessert with their chocolate fountain, rows upon rows of sweets and a Wheel of Fortune looking rotator of ice cream. Have fun eating here and you can check their website for birthday specials that don't just apply to the exact day of your birth.
3) Sweet Palace
On Peter Robertson and Torbram, Sweet Palace has a very tasteful butter chicken dish, delivering on their promise to bring a bazaar or street food vibe to Brampton. There are sizeable chunks of tender chicken in their large serving, but what’s the best about Sweet Palace’s butter chicken is the sauce. The ratio of sweet to spicy is ridiculously on point - it’s sweet and creamy with the perfect kick of spice. If you’re looking for a sweeter butter chicken, Sweet Palace is your spot. Butter chicken from Sweet Palace is about $13.
The Crown and Lion feels like one of those places you can see yourself coming back to any night of the week. The Crown and Lion has been a favorite for many Bramptonians because of the friendly and inviting atmosphere. Nearing Brampton's border at Financial and Steeles, this pub doesn't fall in line with the usual dark toned aesthetic that most pubs seem to have. With the Crown and Lion, right when you walk in you'll quickly notice how well-lit the entire joint is and the bright colour scheme will also grab your attention. They have a lot of great theme nights, including Monday nights for wings and Wednesday nights for pub trivia. My personal favourite and main recommendation is their wings, but if you're looking to grab something to share with friends, I also suggest trying their spinach and artichoke dip or the wings. Either way, you'll leave knowing you had great food in a great place.
If you travel to one of Brampton’s most sophisticated and serene restaurants, you’ll get to pair exquisite scenery with a classic dishes. Terrace on the Green, a spacious fine-dining establishment that doubles as a wedding and special occasion venue, offers great ambiance and a classic menu full of tried and true favourites, including a roasted Chilean sea bass with risotto and a very fresh slaw. Although the risotto is somewhat average, the Chilean sea bass is anything but. The dish boasts soft, tender white fish with a crispy, golden top that’s perfectly seasoned. The fish is neither chewy nor dry and the lightly fried surface adds a delectable bit of crunch to an otherwise delicate item. The rest of the menu is full of fine dining classics, so it won't disappoint anyone looking for a traditional dinner. The steak is another highlight on the menu - it's elegant, and served beautifully, topped with mushrooms and served with a flavourful sauce. Talk about fancy.
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