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Good Breakfast places in Mississauga

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AhadSQ Mar 28, 2012 08:02 AM

For some time now I have been looking for a good breakfast place. I've been to Peters on Eglinton, PB, Sunset Grill and Tutti Fruti. If anyone knows a good place I'd appreciate it if you would share it with me. Thanks!

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    juliewong Mar 22, 2013 08:39 PM

    Having lived in Mississauga for the past 20 years the best places in my humble opinion are as follows.

    Mingos - Lakeshore Road north side between Cawthra and Dixie

    Village Bakery - Lakeshore road, south side between Cawthra and Hwy 10 - they have a hot table that is very good.

    Helen's Fish and Chips - Lakeshore Road, south side by the light house

    All provide a great breakfast however my favourite is Mingos

    1. Brain of J Mar 22, 2013 12:25 PM

      Another very good spot is Marish's Boulangerie in Port Credit, north side of Lakeshore W. Not only is it a very good bakery, but they do full sit down breakfast as well. I've had the Eggs Benny there. Very good! And the second best part -the place is never busy on weekend.

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        AhadSQ Mar 22, 2013 06:21 PM

        Sounds interesting. Im definitely gonna check that out. And its a major plus that they're not busy on weekends. Some places can be just nuts on weekends. Thanks for the tip!

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        fryerlover Mar 22, 2013 10:45 AM

        Just had breakfast for the first time at Daylight Grille at Southdown and Lakeshore Rd. Family owned. Very friendly service with free tea and coffee refills. It's in a strip plaza and we sat at the window overlooking the parking lot, however we could not stop saying how we felt like we were out of the city and on vacation. The atmosphere is so friendly and welcoming. The waitresses knew some by name, say hello as soon as you walk in and are always smiling.
        I had the smoked salmon (new, not yet on men) eggs Benedict which was really good, however the hollandaise sauce was a little light on flavour. Hubby had eggs florentine Benedict which he also says was very good. Lots of spinach. English muffins toasted perfectly. Came with well seasoned home fries. They were tasty, although we do prefer ours a little more crispy.
        I don't eat out breakfast much, although when I do, I'll be back here for sure. Want to try the $11.99 8oz steak.
        Open 6am-3pm, serve breakfast, burgers, sandwiches, beer and wine. Prices are very reasonable. We spent $30 for two eggs Benny, side of corned beef hash, coffee and tea.

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          AhadSQ Mar 22, 2013 06:23 PM

          Thanks so much for the tip! Is thus restaurant in the same plaza as the home sense and mcdonalds? I think I might have seen the place before but never went due to the fact that I was unsure of the quality. But according to you it sounds pretty good!

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            ResearchNerd Mar 23, 2013 05:46 AM

            Great spot, very reasonable,friendly and tasty homecooked food! It is in the plaza with the Canadian Tire, directly perpendicular to it.

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              fryerlover Mar 23, 2013 06:39 AM

              As ResearchNerd mentioned it is in the Canadian Tire plaza, so further west of the McDonalds plaza.
              There was a Cora's breakfast place in the McDonalds plaza that recently closed.

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            ResearchNerd Mar 29, 2012 10:47 AM

            La Felicita on Lakeshore in Clarkson makes a great eggs benny!!

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              AhadSQ Mar 29, 2012 11:11 AM

              Perfect thank you so much for your relpy.

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                fryerlover Mar 22, 2013 10:30 AM

                La Felicita has now changed owners and is called La Villa Bella. The La Felicita owners kept the name as they now offer catering only. Have not been so cannot comment on food.

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                Big Kahuna 1 Mar 29, 2012 10:05 AM

                The Orchard on King Street at Hurontario has been the standby for decades.

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                  stephen Mar 22, 2013 06:42 PM

                  Here is another vote for The Orchard...very dependable, but crowded on the weekends.

                2. Kagemusha Mar 28, 2012 03:05 PM

                  Bobby's Hideaway in Streetsville.

                  http://www.bobbyshideaway.com/

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                    comlad Mar 29, 2012 08:49 AM

                    Bobby's Hideaway is awesome.

                    I would also suggest The Grille
                    http://www.thegrille.ca/

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                      AhadSQ Mar 29, 2012 11:10 AM

                      The Grille actually looks quite cool.. Do you know where it exactly is i.e. main intersection?

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                        iamafoodie Mar 22, 2013 11:34 AM

                        The Grille is east of East Mall on the north side of Queensway. Service is ok, the food quality varies, but it's usually acceptable considering they are open 24 x 7.

                        I've only had their early morning value breakfasts and particularly like the thermos of coffee they bring you. Too few Canadian restaurants realize how much customers appreciate that low-cost convenience and how it seems to improve service.

                        Bistro Narra on Winston Churchill at Thomas has a superior weekend brunch service from 0930 at very competitive prices considering their food quality. Fresh fruit garnishes come on most of the plates and you'd pay 50% more at Cora's for something similar of lesser quality.

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                          AhadSQ Mar 22, 2013 06:26 PM

                          Thanks for the tip! Thats so true many places seem to have forgotten that. Nothings better than having a refill of coffee right when your cup finishes vs. waiting for the server to come by again. I'm definitely gonna try both these places you mentioned.

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