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fryerlover | Apr 25, 201910:34 AM    

As it has been a number of years and many openings/closings of many places, I am starting a new thread post for the south Mississauga area.

The past December, my family and I tried East Tea Can for the first time. It is located on Winston Churchill, just north of Dundas. We tried a number of menu items including house made hummus, chicken liver and Manakeesh. We hope to get back to try the grilled foods at some point soon. All of the food was made to order and the freshest, most flavourful middle eastern food I've ever had. The ambiance added the the experience and I also learned about "east tea cans". There was a small area with some imported items to purchase and the decor was beautiful and we spent a lot of time look at all the details in the decor. I highly recommend this place for anyone that likes or wants to try middle eastern food.

Anyone have any places they enjoy in the area?

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