Restaurants in Brampton


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  • The Bawarchi
    The chefs at The Bawarchi surprise diners with a menu comprised of traditional Indian fare plus classic dishes enlivened by fusion techniques. Starters such as tandoori rack of lamb or dry chili paneer or chicken combine worldly flavours in a delicate balance that blenders could never achieve. To refresh palates before the main course, selections—including okra crisps or fusion mango salad—reinvigorate taste buds. Entrees range from vegetarian dishes such as the palak paneer with baby spinach pureed with indian cottage cheese, to heartier fare including butter chicken or the adventurous lobster or goat masala, for palates in their experimental college years. A choice of rice and bread accompanies meals, with options such as lamb biryani or saffron rice and three types of tandoori bread.
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    499 Main Street South
    Brampton, ON CA
  • Druxy's ON
    Smoked meat. Albacore tuna and sockeye salmon salad. Pear, mango, avocado, and brie. For more than 38 years, staff members at Druxy's more than 45 locations have built traditional, deli-style sandwiches based entirely on their customers? requests, no matter how unorthodox or how difficult it becomes to eat the resulting masterpiece. A roster of 11 breads and more than 50 toppings means that each sandwich is someone's personal favorite. Staff members are also willing to go big; if a regular sandwich can?t fill your appetite, they'll gladly add as much meat as you would like for a nominal extra charge (the current heavyweight champion is a 42 oz. corned beef on rye). At the heart of the operation are Druxy's delicatessen roots, still apparent in the steaming hot meats sliced to order and the kosher dill pickle wedges served with each sandwich. In addition to their deli favorites, Druxy's can meet any craving; their menu includes everything from a design your own salad bar to comforting grilled cheese sandwiches and more than 30 soups. While corned beef and grilled cheese might not sound like the definition of healthy eating, Druxy's salads, along with four sandwiches and six soups, are Healthier Options with less fat and sodium and more protein and fibre. Druxy's also carries on this dedication to healthy nutrition by crafting gluten-free, lactose-free, and vegan options for diners with food sensitivities.
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    25 Peel Centre Dr.
    Brampton, ON CA
  • Sbarro
    Every bite of hand-stretched, mozzarella-covered crust at Sbarro can trace its roots back to Naples, Italy. It was there that the Sbarro family began its rich culinary tradition, and when Gennaro and Carmela Sbarro came to America, they brought that tradition with them. In search of the American Dream, the pair opened their first salumeria in Brooklyn in 1956. And the neighborhood took notice. The homemade mozzarella and flavorful sausage soon earned the grocery a reputation for having fresh, authentic Italian food, a reputation that helped the Sbarros pepper New York with additional locations over the next decade. Then, in 1967, they established their first mall-based restaurant inside the Kings Plaza Shopping Center. With its open kitchen and speedy service, that eatery laid the groundwork for what would become one of the world's most popular pizzerias. Today, Sbarro has grown into more than 1,000 restaurants across the globe. At each, chefs decorate their New York-style pizzas with everything from mushrooms and sausage to pineapple and broccoli, along with sauce made on-site using fresh herbs. And while Sbarro serves more than 70 million pizzas every year?enough to make pepperoni one of agriculture's most lucrative cash crops?they also craft other Italian favorites from recipes that have been passed down since 1947.
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    25 Peel Center Drive
    Brampton, ON CA
  • Papas Pizza Mamas Chicken
    Papas Pizza Mamas Chicken represents three generations of a family's dedication to comfort food. Founder Kelly Manu's parents served as the inspiration for the restaurant's name since her kids grew up calling their grandparents Papa and Mama. Now that Kelly's children are grown and own and operate the family business, that legacy endures. The name isn't the only part of the legacy though. Papas Pizza Mamas Chicken remains unwaveringly dedicated to recipes that were gradually developed and refined over the years. Every morning, the cooks begin their day by opening their eyelids. But then they start making fresh dough, which they use to craft the menu's signature thick- and thin-crust pizzas. Customers can accessorize their pies by adding nearly 30 toppings, including hot sausage, meatballs, and sun-dried tomatoes. As the restaurant's name implies, the menu hardly stops at pizza. There's also golden-brown chicken fresh from the fryer, as well as an assortment of classic sides. Dishes such as wings, chicken-caesar pitas, garlic bread, and poutine made with fresh-cut fries help round out the menu's selection.
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    1098 Peter Robertson Boulevard
    Brampton, ON CA
  • Filmi Dhaba
    Filmi Dhaba's name draws from two touchstones of modern Indian culture: filmi⎯referring to the flashy musical number and A-list stars of Indian cinema, and dhaba⎯the term for a small local eateries that dot the highways of the subcontinent. The restaurant bursts at the seams both with the complex scents of Indian spices and the flashiness of Bollywood. To contribute to the latter, there’s a cavalcade of visiting Indian celebrities, posing for publicity photos as they sip single-malt scotch. The bill of fare fuses diverse traditions from across India, as well as modern and traditional influences, with jalapeño onion rings and cheeseburger samosas sharing table space with Kashmiri lamb rogan josh and wok-fried hakka noodles. In the kitchen, cooks strain creamy homemade cheese for paneer and simmer spicy South Indian chicken curries. All that food is bound for the earthy-toned main dining area or the low-lit Bombay Club. In that buzzing lounge, glasses of tropical cocktails click gently together like sleepy bumper cars amid black leather couches.
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    9121 Airport Rd.
    Brampton, ON CA
  • Crabby Joe's Tap & Grill
    According to legend, Crabby Joe's nana was as renowned for her skills in the kitchen as she was for pelting trespassers with fresh onions. And after years of watching her cook, Joe wanted to emulate her methods. So he opened up his own restaurant in 1966, creating a menu of quality, freshly cooked dishes to go with an atmosphere of light-hearted sass. Crabby Joe's has since expanded into more than 40 locations across Ontario. At each restaurant, chefs serve up savory cuisine that encompasses various culinary motifs. Piles of Tex-Mex chili or extra cheese adorn the load-bearing Joe's nachos, first cousin to the hearty loaded-cheese-fries starter. Entree options pile up to challenge the indecisive, including a 10-ounce new york striploin sprinkled with goat cheese in a brandy-peppercorn sauce. And during lunch, cod fish tacos and salads take the spotlight.? Visitors also gather at Crabby Joe's for the sports. Typically, the clink of frosty pints is coupled with cheers as the televisions broadcast hockey, soccer, football, and baseball.
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    2 Kennedy Road South
    Brampton, ON CA
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