Brampton Restaurant Openings: Firangi, Dipsidoo, Kelsey’s Bovaird

Firangi Shrooms

Open now

Firangi -2880 Queen St E.
An upscale ecclectic Indan restaurant newly opened in east Brampton offering fusion easts inspired by Indian street food, grandmothers and tastes from ‘back home’. Executive chef and owner Sanjeev Sethi runs other successful restaurants across the GTA including The Host.

Dipsdoo – 25 Peel Centre Dr.
Dipsidoo has replaced Kiki’s Funnel Cakes at BCC on the upper level by Sears, but not to worry, this little eatery is also for folks with a sweet tooth. They have dripped churros, froyo, smoothies, waffles, crepes and other delicious sweet things, including a churro sundae.

Kelsey’s Bovaird – 70 Quarry Edge Dr
Kelsey’s Bovaird is newly renovated and revamped. As part of Kelsey’s national rebranding, they now have menu items, local brews and ciders and a newer, hipper interior. Brampton is one of the first cities in Canada to get a remodeled and rebrandd location.

Uncle Bob’s Country Buffet – 227 Vodden Street East
Uncle Bob’s is an all you can eat comfort food buffet taking the vacant spot beside Planet Fitness in the newer section of Centennial Mall.

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Kelsey’s Bovaird
Spartan Grill
Nom Nom’s Yogurt Bar

Opening soon

Wendel Clark’s 36 Main St. North
Wendell Clark’s sports bar and grill, named after hockey legend, is set to open in Downtown Brampton any day now.

Taste of Mediteranian – 41 George St.
Greek and middle eastern inspired eatery with menu items like pita, souvlaki and more.

Mayura – 200 Country Court Blvd
Brampton is getting it’s first 5-star Indian restaurant, headed by celebrity Chef Ranveer Brar.

Exalta – 238 Queen St E.
This breakfast and lunch spot is taking the place of Giggling Tomatoes at the corner of Kennedy and Queen.

Shalimar – 190 Main St S.
Clinton’s On Main has closed to make way for a new Indian restaurant. Details on the incoming establishment are scarce for now.

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