German Restaurants Near Mississauga
Perched on Canada
's Lake Ontario, Mississauga is a vibrant growing city. Visitors enjoy museums, historic villages, waterfront promenades, arts and theater. In addition, the city boasts a range of outdoor excursions, such as golf, parks and walking trails. Mississauga is also a food lover's haven, home to many international dining options including authentic German fare.
The Musket Restaurant
For its food and ambiance, German food lovers in Mississauga seek out the Musket Restaurant on the outskirts of Toronto. The restaurant boasts a wide selection of authentic standards including goulash soup, schnitzels, reuben sandwiches and bratwurst. The restaurant also features specialties, such as bbq pork hox, rouladen and cordon bleu. Imported beer and wine are available. Guess can admire the musket collection adorning the walls as they dine.
40 Advance Road
Brandt Meats Delicatessen
Established in 1958, Brandt Meats is a European-style delicatessen. It sells a range of 120 different sausage, salami, ham, salad and specialty products in the German and Eastern European tradition. Menu favorites include liver sausages, gouda and edam cheeses, beerwurst, potato salad, ring molds and head cheese. Rustic breads are available for custom-made sandwiches. Diners should not pass up the imported chocolates for dessert.
1878 Mattawa Ave.
Little Bavaria Restaurant
A short distance from Mississauga, Little Bavaria Restaurant has an extensive menu of German favorites. The popular dinner plate set meals include soup or salad, rye bread, home-fried potatoes or spatzle, and sauerkraut or red cabbage. Appetizers include herring with sour cream and escargot. House specialties include a range of schnitzels, Holzfaller steak, pork chops and grilled meats. Guests should be sure to enjoy a glass of imported German wine with their meal.
Litlte Bavaria Restaurant
3222 Eglinton Ave. East
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