On July 28, 2021, we tested a robot server at Wind Mississauga for the first time, an innovative high-end food delivery robot supplied by Sparc Technologies to support our team inside the restaurant. After seeing the robot in action and experiencing all the excellent features it has to offer, we couldn't stay still, so we decided to implement the help of other cute robots like this one at East Niagara Falls and Ma Chinese Cuisine. We see the robot as a co-worker that supports
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Right where East meets West, Wind Mississauga is more than ready to receive you for a unique experience of All You Can Eat. Inaugurated in 2018, it's our newest Wind Japanese and Thai location, characterized by a cosmopolitan and elegant vibe, and a beautiful outdoor patio.
But what makes this location a spot not to be missed?
Wind Mississauga has unique recipes that take its sister's heritage above an
Dining out has always been for many, one of the most enjoyable moments of life. However, after almost two years of lockdown and pandemic times, we have become a little rusted when it comes to the interaction between patrons and servers. As interesting as it may sound, one of the consequences of Covid-19 is that after all this waiting our patience actually got shorter! Some reports state that one post-pandemic characteristic is shorter patience and a more introverted behavior
International Dog Day is a whole day dedicated to celebrating man’s best friend. The holiday was founded in 2004 as National Dog Day by Colleen Paige, an animal welfare advocate, and is now held every year on August 26th, commemorating the date Colleen adopted her first dog. Since the first celebration in 2004, National Dog Day has grown and is been adopted across the world. In 2013 the holiday was written into New York legislation and can be seen on the New York State Senate
The history Yakitori, a term that means “grilled bird”, is a Japanese dish consisting of chicken or pork skewered with Kushi (a type of skewer typically made of bamboo or steel), grilled over a charcoal fire, and served with dipping sauces, sushi, nabemono and gyoza. The history of yakitori is relatively new. During the Edo Period (1603 – 1868), many edicts were implemented and one of them was against the consumption of meat, mainly for religious reasons based on Buddhist bel
Hi there! If you are a sushi lover or passionate about Asian culture, this blog is for you. Follow us and get updates about our restaurants, tips, recipes, stories and promotions. We are the Wind Group Family A company located in Ontario, Canada, we have three different restaurant brands and 6 restaurants in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and Mississauga (and you should try them all, they are awesome!) We are the result of the partnership between Peter – Li and Chef Li Wang, a