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16 Essential Restaurants To Check Out In Mississauga

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16 Essential Restaurants To Check Out In Mississauga

In Mississauga, people are always raving about the great restaurants they've tried in Toronto. But living in Mississauga, despite the lengthy travels of getting from point A to point B, there are plenty of great restaurants in between.

If you're looking for good food, and restaurants that surely have free parking, it's a win-win situation when you're in the suburbs. So save yourself the trip of going to Toronto, and check out these totally cool restaurants located right in Mississauga.

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1. Goodfellas Wood Oven Pizza // 209 Queen St. S

This is the go to spot if you're looking for good Italian eats without the super fancy setting. It's the pizza joint hangout many of us Sauga kids hung out at, so grab the squad if everyone's down for pizza or pasta!

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2. Zet's // 6445 Airport Rd.

The holy grail of 24 hour diners in Mississauga is none other than Zet's. Serving up an array of Greek and continental dishes, this spot get's you a steak or souvlaki fix at 4 in the morning! Be prepared to walk with cash or have your debit card ready at the ATM because it is cash only!

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3. Zorro's Steakhouse // 7171 Torbram Rd.

A super swanky old school Italian vibe, Zorro's is a hidden gem with great service and delicious food. It is a splurge but totally worth it!

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4. Bamiyan Kabob // 5120 Dixie Rd.

This one sprouted into a chain and Mississauga is lucky to be home to two of their locations. Serving up authentic Afghani food, their chicken and rice will have your mouth watering!

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5. Chilli Chicken House // 4040 Creditview Rd.

It's a great joint for Hakka Chinese food, a fusion between Indian and Chinese dishes. You've gotta try the chilli chicken, there's a reason for the restaurant's name!

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6. Mango Rain // 1714 Lakeshore Rd. W

A really good spot to eat Indian and Thai food in Mississauga. Yes that's right, two amazing cuisines under one roof. You're craving butter chicken but your friend wants pad thai? Then this is the spot to be!

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7. Bistro Narra // 3030 Thomas St.

Looking for European fusion dishes? Look no further! This is a Mississauga favourite for food crepes, schnitzel and Italian dishes. Get the best of Europe in one menu1 Did i forget to mention they also do brunch and 3 course meals?

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8. Chako Barbecue // 98 Courtneypark Dr. E

When Mississauga does Korean BBQ we do it up big! This spot offers all you can eat Korean BBQ as well as all you can eat sushi! A perfect mix of chill and grill.

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9. Dunk'n Dip // 241 Lakeshore Rd. E

A super cool spot in Port Credit for food and dessert crepes, Dunk'n Dip has two locations in Mississauga as well as one in Milton. They've got cool menu items like bread bowls and even marshmallows on a stick!

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10. McAdam Restaurant // 5659 McAdam Rd.

This is a family joint that features a mix of Canadian and Serbian fare. It carries an old school vibe and it's environment is rich in Serbian culture, something cool to check out!

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11. Pho Dau Bo // 1125 Dundas St. E

One of the locations sprouting from the best Pho chain in the Toronto area, this is an amazing spot for Vietnamese food. If I said their pho wasn't some of the best you'd have I'd be lying!

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12. Freddy's Kitchen // 2515 Hurontario St. 

When you're craving some good old jerk chicken in Mississauga, Freddy's Kitchen has you covered. With authentic homestyle Jamaican food, this spot has also got you covered if that's not your thing. Other dishes they have icnlude shrimp linguine and chicken wings, so it's a versatile menu!

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13. Tandoori Flame Mississauga // 5975 Mavis Rd.

One of the greatest things about being in the suburbs is having sprawling buffets at our fingertips. Tandoori Flame proves exactly that with 150 delicious buffet items to choose from. Decisions, decisions.

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14. The Cold Pressery // 4310 Sherwoodtowne Blvd. #5

Calling all vegans! The Cold Pressery is a result of when vegan, healthy and delicious collide! Choose from their delicious menu and freshly cold pressed juices.

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15. Rick's Good Eats // 6660 Kennedy Rd. #1

This Indian Continental fusion spot serves up unique dishes like butter chicken fries and the Punjabi burger. It's been raved about from your favourite Toronto YouTubers like IISuperwomanII and Jus Reign!

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16. El Sombrero // 35 Brunel Rd.

For some good Mexican food in Mississauga, El Sombrero is a must! They've got tacos, burritos, nachos, quesadillas and even an all day Mexican breakfast!

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