The Best Indian Restaurants in Mississauga
The best Indian restaurants in Mississauga are a versatile representation of cuisines from across the subcontinent. You'll find everything from family run restaurants dishing out tandoori meats, curries, and breads to sprawling buffets, South Indian dosa specialists, and take-out sweet shops.
Here are the best Indian restaurants in Mississauga.
See also: The best Indian restaurants in Toronto
In business for over 30 years on Airport Road, this family-run restaurant specializes in ultra affordable Northern Indian cuisine. Samosas here sell for 60 cents each while five bucks will buy you a curry thali featuring a choice of vegetarian dish with rice, a bhatura, raita and onion salad.
This restaurant on Lake Shore Road merges Thai and Indian cuisines on a single menu. Look forward to dishes like Shrimp Pakora ($10) deep-fried in chickpea batter, and saffron scented Biryani Chicken ($15) featuring basmati rice cooked with yoghurt, ground cashews and a fragrant blend of herbs and spices.
Authentic South Indian dishes are the specialty at this vegetarian restaurant at Derry and Maclaughan. Dosa are the main draw, and the potato and onion filled crepes can be customized with a choice of crispy or soft styles, varying spice levels, and optional add-ons including cheese, sambar and chilis.
An over 14,000 square foot buffet boasts a massive selection of Indian delicacies at this restaurant on Mavis Rd. Expect to find up to 150 dishes including traditional favourites like papri chaat, bhel puri, tikkas, and tandoori kabobs, plus a few fun surprises like tandoori pizza and Indian-inspired cocktails.
Indian and Hakka dishes range from classic to contemporary at this upscale restaurant on Matheson Boulevard. Head here for Tandoori mixed grilled platters ($23) and Vindaloo chicken ($15) featuring ultra spicy Goan curry, and aromatic biriyani ($13) steamed in a copper pot sealed with fresh roti dough.
This takeout operation on Bloor Street in Mississauga is home to a vast selection of snack foods including the sweet funnel cake-like Jalebi ($4/lb) and flaky Patisa ($8/lb). On the savoury side of the menu, you'll find samosas ($2/5) and Aloo Bhara ($2/5), plus hearty hot dishes like the Punjabi style lentil curry, Dal Makhani ($5).
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