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Surprisingly best wings in Brampton

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Hey folks

Just wanted to pass along a "chow" tip for those in Brampton , because I am so sure of it after trying them today.

I always go to Tony & Jim's (Italian take-out place) but just last week I was drinking with a guy who works there and he was telling me about their new source on roaster wings, in time for superbowl

Well sure enough, I went down today for my chicken parm sandwich (best in the city IMO) and noticed literally like 15 pounds of wings being made for someone elses order. So I ordered a pound (7 bucks tax in i believe) and let me tell you, they are dynamite. They are not frozen, definitely hand-dredged and cooked from raw, because i saw them hand-seasoning a massive tray full of them. Super crispy on the outside, but NOT dusted like turtle jacks. They also have some kind of dry rub seasoning because I saw them sprinkling on what looked like a red mix.. They are also frigging massive, like true roasters should be... Everyone thinks TJ's has the best wings in Brampton, and I agree they probably used to, but you gotta try these ones. I seriously don't think you will be disappointed if they were anything like my experience today

I know where my next order will be from, thats for sure

Cheers

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  1. duckdown, where is Tony & Jim's? I will have to check it out next time I'm in Brampton visiting the folks. Okay, now I'm hungry.

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    1. re: always_eating

      hi , it is at Flowertown & mcLaughlin road (between williams pkwy and queen)

      I'm gonna place another family sized order soon to make sure it wasn't a fluke, but they were great yeah

      although it looks like a pizza joint, the worst thing they have are the slices. sandwiches, wings, lasagna, veal/chicken dinners are all amazing

      don't even bother on a friday or saturday night unless your picking it up in person... super busy, 1 hour+ wait on delivery, and the store itself is usually packed
      cheers!

      1. re: duckdown

        We used to live right around the corner and lived on Tony and Jim's. Everything was always amazing and never minded my husbands odd requests

        1. re: duckdown

          Good to know. I will swing by sometime and let you know what I think.

      2. Let me start off by saying WOW... Thanks Duckdown, I was a little hesitant, but let me tell you, I have been looking and looking for the best, hottest wings that are edible not just stomach tearing. Here they are, the suicide wings are simply amazing, after eating one, your dying for more. Not only that, my wife and I also loved their pizza, they actually cook it "well done" as on would ask in Montreal. Crispy on the outside cushy on the inside. The wings are fairly large for what most restauants serve and for $7 you'll get 8 wings(1 pound). $37 got us 2 lbs of wings and a med. pizza (dbl cheese and pep), very happy and is highly reccommended to all that wonder, about Tony and Jim's.

        Cheers.

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        1. re: MikeMcK

          right on! glad someone finally tried them.. admittedly i haven't ordered them for a little while (they make amazing sandwiches too, so ive been getting those lately) but they are definitely best wings in the city as far as i'm concerned

          their pizza is great too yeah, although i've been eating it for years so i don't order it so often anymore

          cheers!

        2. My husband and I hit up Tony & Jims once or twice a month for hot steak sandwiches and wings. Definately, the best in town!!!!! The wings are the biggest I have ever gotten, and the sauce is perfect. Pizza is pretty good too.

          1. Thanks! Not that far away, either. Nice to see something good amidst the chain/franchise wasteland out here in Mississauga/Brampton.

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            1. re: Kagemusha

              I used to hit up Tony and Jims 2 to 3 times a week for lunch when I was at Beattie Flemming senior public school at the grand old age of twelve, circa 1991. Those were the days my friend...

            2. try Tonino's at Mclaughlin & Bovaird in the metro plaza. Try their suicide roasters