Lot 25 restaurant, bar and event venue aims to offer high-end steak house experience with Kobe and Waygu beef.
Steak dinners, jerk chicken wraps and cauliflower bites — the menu at Lot 25 has a little bit of everything.
“Our menu reflects the diverse community,” said Nuah Solomon, explaining that it’s a dream come true to open a restaurant in downtown Brampton.
He said the dishes on the menu take inspiration from all over the globe, from Caribbean cuisine to French and Punjabi.
“I didn’t want to narrow it down,” Solomon said, adding the goal is to provide a high-end steak house experience in the heart of the city.
“Energy is the most important,” he said, noting that he wants guests to feel the warmth and vibrance of the space as they walk through the big glass front doors.
Lot 25 is located in a historic building in downtown Brampton, with a unique layout.
The main dining hall on the ground floor leads up to a second-storey bar area, connecting to an intimate rooftop patio overlooking the downtown.
“It’s just mind-blowing for me,” Solomon said, adding he never would have imagined having this opportunity.
Solomon, who is also the owner of A1 Fitness in Brampton, said he overcame many obstacles to get his business going through the pandemic.
Now, he’s excited for a summer on the rooftop patio, on the second floor and serving vibrant dishes.
By Alexandra Heck – Brampton Guardian
Saturday, May 7, 2022