Where Suresh Doss eats in Brampton | Ontario Culinary
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Where Suresh Doss eats in Brampton

Brampton’s downtown food scene continues to evolve at a breakneck pace with exciting new food entrepreneurs serving delicious tastes of the world in tiny settings. In one walkable tour, you can sample the best of what Brampton has to offer — global tastes from vibrant personalities. This tour was put together by Suresh Doss – Food, Drink, Travel Writer and host of Culinary Suburbia.


A small convenience and snack store with big spirit. Step in and you will immediately feel transported to Latin America, from the aisles stocked with classic Latin pantry staples, to the prepared foods and sauces in the fridges. This is the kind of place that presents new discoveries with each visit. Stop in for empanadas—the owners curate up to five styles from all over Latin America! Try them with the house made hot sauce. 18 Queen St. W.


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This independently owned café is at the heart of coffee culture in Brampton. Run by a Nicaraguan family, Arabica beans are sourced from the Segovia-Matagalpa mountains, where the unique climate and soil conditions give the coffee a distinct chocolate note. Pair your brew of choice with any of the house treats, from brigadeiros (bonbons) to alfajores (dulce de leche cookies). 46 Main St. N. / segoviacoffee.ca


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Imagine a bakery dedicated entirely to making a variety of gourmet pretzels. Expect just that at this tiny blink-and-miss-it spot where you’ll find a menu of savory and sweet pretzels. Purists will love the classic pretzel with salt, but if you’re feeling adventurous, I recommend the Philly soft style, topped with cinnamon sugar and rock salt. The pretzel bites are also very good. 25 Main St. N. / dasbrezelhaus.com


This bohemian themed restaurant has quickly become an institution in the City. What started off as a stand at the Farmers’ Market is now a restaurant, where locals go for a taste of Eastern European cooking paired with a well thought-out craft drink selection. The laid back boho vibes set the tone for classic homestyle cooking and warm service. 10 Main St. S. / queengypsybrampton.ca


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Some of the best cool treats in Brampton can be found at this tiny hole-in-the-wall food stand located in Garden Square. A rotating menu of ice cream flavours rotate monthly. Don’t be fooled by the menu, Little Shop is widely praised for their grilled cheese menu. Try the jalapeño sandwich. 1 Theatre Lane / @littleshopbrampton