Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Brampton for the week of January 26 – Feb 1, based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on inbrampton.com.
For those extra hungry brunch-goers, the portion sizes at Flips are massive and deserve a mention. The plate was the size of the table and list of breakfast items on the menu was even bigger. If you’re looking for the most bang for your buck for brunch in Brampton, Flips is the place to go. The hash browns could make a Top 5 list of their own because they were so crispy and seasoned to perfection (definitely the star of the meal). Be sure to bring your appetite and/or a friend to Flips!
Located on McLaughlin Rd, Stacy Lee’s is a cozy spot for brunch in Brampton. The Blueberry Waffle was light and fluffy and the blueberry topping was perfectly sweet and bursting with flavour. The welcoming atmosphere brings warmth on a cold winter day. I’m confident that anything ordered off the menu at Stacy Lee’s will be delicious! The hard part will be deciding what to order. It is truly a unique spot worth visiting with family and friends.
Looking for something sweet and savoury? Satisfy all your taste buds with the Spicy Southern Chicken and Waffles at J. Red & Co Food + Drink. Once you bite into this curious combination, you’ll discover that chicken and waffles were made for each other! The spicy chicken and maple syrup created a well-balanced mixture of flavour that I like to call sweet heat. The crispy onion rings were the cherry on top. The brunch menu (only offered on weekends from 11am to 3pm) has a great mix of classic breakfast items and regular appetizer/lunch options.
Located just around the corner from Williams Parkway and Torbram, That Italian Place is a very busy spot with an authentic Italian feel. A word of caution to you when you visit: order early or have time to spare. I made the mistake of just popping in at lunch, hoping to quickly get a taste of a stone oven pizza. Unfortunately for me, there was no chance of a fast getaway; the restaurant was completely packed, and for good reason: every item I could feast my eyes on looked absolutely delightful and tempting. Despite a line that spanned the length of the store, the efficient staff made sure that customers’ orders were placed promptly, and within five minutes of my arrival I had my cappuccino and cannoli to go. The coffee was traditional, well made and thoroughly enjoyed, especially with the cannoli. It warmed my heart on a bitter day; next time, I’ll make sure I get a taste of the pizza too.
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!