Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Brampton for the week of October 7-13, based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on inbrampton.com.
5) Joey’s Deli
This Queen St W resto in downtown Brampton is ideal for a quick and easy breakfast or brunch when you’ve got a bad hankering for eggs or pancakes – all day! They’re open from 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Friday, and 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, and I have one word that describes this place perfectly: options. During the morning, you can grab some cereal, or choose from an all day breakfast option til close, like a breakfast bowl, pancakes, an egg sautee, a breakfast sandwich, a big breakfast with eggs, homefries, toast, and pancakes, eggs benny, omelettes, waffles, pancakes, or even french toast – need I go on? Their food is delicious and their service is on point, too. And check out the icing sugar on their pancakes…together, they’re a winning combo.
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On the edge of the downtown core sits Nova Grill and Bakery, a magical place that you might just miss if you’re not looking for it, even though it’s on Main Street. 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. But, let’s talk pie. Nova has a rotating selection of pie that’s baked fresh daily: apple, caramel apple crunch, cherry, blueberry, strawberry-rhubarb, lemon-meringue, and pecan. You won’t know what pie you’ll be able to snag until you go in, and you’ll want to go early, because these pies go fast! Also – best custard tarts ever!
Located just south of Bovaird on Main is one of the finer dining restaurants in Brampton called Aria. Aria is situated in the beautiful historic house of Walter E. Calvert. This place is a lot bigger than you think, as it boasts six private dining rooms and the main dining room seats about 30 people. This is definitely an occasion date night restaurant, as the service is absolutely impeccable. You will be waited on by no less than three people throughout your meal. The service also comes with a warm, personal touch–you’ll definitely be greeted with a smile when you walk in and a genuine thank you when you leave. The menu has everything from seafood to steaks to Australian lamb chops to an escargot app (as you can see below). You will not be disappointed on a date here.
Stacey Lee’s may be tiny, but it is mighty! 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 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.
1) La Catrina
If you want authentic Mexican Food in the city, look no further than La Catrina located on Queen Street West in downtown Brampton, featured in our cover photo. The restaurant is family owned (it uses recipes from “La Abuela” – grandmother’s recipes) and brings true, authentic flavour that captures the essence of Mexico. Chef Eddie Bachur and his team provide a wide selection of authentic good eats from tacos to cerviche and burritos and house-made mole dishes. And if you’re staying for dessert (which we know you will) you will have to try the churros (Fried dough pastry dusted with sugar and cinnamon) or a favourite amongst the InBrampton team – the Pastel De Tres Leches (a vanilla sponge cake soaked in three milks filled with peach—not to be confused by the classic Big Pun song).
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 October 7-13, 2017.