Top 5 Hottest Restaurants in Oakville, Burlington, and Milton: December 22 - 28

 

Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Burlington, Milton, and Oakville for the week of December 15 to 21, based on the number of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on inhalton.com.


5: Wundeba Restaurant

(Burlington)

Man, oh man, can you ever taste the quality of this meat … Organic chicken wings are made fresh to order and tossed in house-made sauce. Battered not breaded, the medium sauce is wundebar (insert groan) with a nice kick. The honey garlic is light and doesn’t taste artificial or sickly sweet like most counterparts. This is a welcome change for health-conscious folks who’ve still got love for wings. Top it off with stellar service and we've got a solid contender for best wings.


4: Sushi Masayuki

(Burlington)

Located on a street that is named after Japan's sister city is probably one of the best Japanese restaurants in the GTA and definitely comparable to the top spots in Toronto proper. It's the best in Halton Region. Sushi Masayuki is a real Japanese restaurant because, quite simply, it's owned and run by Japanese operators. Authenticity is key and the chefs at Masayuki have a plethora of experience with Japanese cuisine. Masayuki Takabe has more than 25 years under his belt as a sushi chef, working in popular high-end Japanese restaurants in Toronto and at Oakville's Mye. Kitchen chef Takeshi Okada trained in Tokyo from the age of 15 and is among the top Japanese chefs in Canada who specialize in "kaiseki." The quality of the food here is unparalleled, so if you really want to impress, you'd better head to Sushi Masayuki. Just watch out because the sashimi bill will add up real quick, but you pay for quality. Make sure you book a reservation, as this place is rather quaint.


3: Celadon House

(Oakville)

This Filipino fusion restaurant delivers Asian comfort food with personality. My favourite dish was the most labour-intensive. The Coconut Beef Curry, which comes with melt-in-your-mouth tendon chunks, is cooked for five hours and dry braised with 26 traditional spices. (Yes, 26 -- that isn't a typo!) The owner describes it as 'rendang,' an Indonesian or Malaysian dish. While you’re here, also try the Chicken Adobo. The service at Celadon is very friendly, with many regular customers who are known by name.


2: Oliver's Steakhouse 

(Oakville)

Easily one of the best restaurants in Ontario.- and even Canada, Oliver's offers a phenomenal fine dining experience and is going strong after four decades. The menu features the best of the best: USDA Prime steaks, fresh seafood, and an extensive wine list. This is some next-level fine dining, minus the white tablecloths ... even the ice cream is made in-house! You'll find amazing service without the pretentious aura. 


1: Hakka Fresh

(Burlington)

When Indian and Chinese spices mix, you get Hakka style cuisine! Decent sized portions, and very flavourful profiles on almost everything on the menu. Whether it's Chilli Chicken (highly recommended to be had 'dry'), Garlic Fish, Manchurian style, or a healthy serving of fried rice or chow mein, there's something for everyone on the menu! If you're looking to put a twist on your usual Chinese take-out, or if you can't decide between Chinese or Indian, Hakka Fresh is an option for you!

Top 5 Hottest Restaurants in Oakville, Burlington, and Milton: December 22 - 28

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