Are you a foodie in Mississauga who can’t go about a week without a taste of Japan? Well, we don’t blame you, but we feel you. With over a hundred sushi restaurants in Toronto, it’s not hard to get hooked on Japanese cuisine. The main core of Japan’s culinary dishes is sushi, which keeps locals craving for more bites.
If you’re on the hunt for the most indulgent sushi but don’t want to make the trip downtown, Mississauga has its fair share of amazing sushi restaurants. We have listed down the best sushi restaurants that will put an end to your seemingly endless hunting.
Fasten your seatbelt and prepare to enter the infinite world of fresh nigiri sushi, sashimi, hand rolls, maki, and more!
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1. Sushi Omigoto
Address: 888 Dundas St E E-1, Mississauga, ON L4Y 4G6
Sushi Omigoto is an all-around Japanese restaurant that features the taste, looks, and even the ambiance of, well, Japan. Located at 888 Dundas Street, it captures the authentic flavour that Japan is well-known for. They have everything from sushi seafood to vegetables, gluten-free sushi, and even sushi bento meals.
Have a go with their classics, like the sushi nigiri or tuna maki or both, and you’ll understand why Sushi Omigoto is part of our list that you must try. While their massive selection of sushi dishes takes center stage, their tempura, chicken teriyaki, and authentic wine and sake deserve praise. If you look closely at the menu, you’ll find a few bulgogi and kalbi dinner items that are served in Korean restaurants.
Whatever you decide to order, you should never forget to mash up their sushi dishes and authentic Japanese beverages. We assure you it will be the best Japan-inspired dining experience of a lifetime.
And don’t forget to call up your vegan friends (yes, vegan) because this top sushi spot makes some delicious vegan sushi!
2. Hinote Sushi
Address: 720 Bristol Rd W Unit 4, Mississauga, ON L5R 4A3
We must admit that good sushi comes with a hefty price. However, Hinote offers cheaper options without compromising flavours and servings. If you love hand rolls, you will be pleased to know that they have an extensive selection of rolls (over 50 options!), such as spicy tuna, salmon, calamari, California roll, and more!
Another thing to try is their sushi pizza with salmon and tuna flavours. But if you want a delightful soup on a rainy day, add a few dollars to your main order and enjoy a hearty miso soup to warm your belly.
Do you want to know more about this spot? We have nothing to say about their menu. The place, though, is small to medium in size. It’s also usually crowded, so we will only advise dining as a small group. Overall, it’s a cute spot for around 2 to 3 people.
3. Hiroi Sushi
Address: 6040 Glen Erin Dr Unit 4, Mississauga, ON L5N 3M4
Ask your Japanese foodie friend for sushi restaurant recommendations, and Hiroi Sushi is sure to pop up. Among the gems found in Glen Erin Drive, this restaurant feels at home with its classic atmosphere while giving you the vibe of Japan with its cuisines at the same time.
This Japanese spot is not an eat-all-you-can sushi restaurant but offers the best a la carte options. Other than their famous rolls, your best bet is their special menu. If you’re crazy about salmon, their “Salmon Lover” offers you a massive serving of salmon sashimi, sushi, and spicy salmon roll at an affordable price.
Their high-quality meals have gained massive attention from the locals, so call ahead before you drop by. With an almost 5-star rating on Yelp and a perfect rating on Google reviews, it’s safe to assume they are worth the hype.
Mind you, they only offer take-out sushi so there’s no dine-in option if you’re looking for a night out.
Address: 5200 Dixie Rd #8, Mississauga, ON L4W 1E4
Another Little Tokyo spot is Masamune which has become famous in the local scene by word of mouth. A top contender for the best Sushi in Mississauga, this restaurant prides itself on its traditional take on Japanese cuisine. Tamago? It sounds like a typical Japanese dish, but the flavour is top-notch, more than your ordinary sushi.
Masamune also features a grab-and-go sushi meal with their bento boxes for a quick bite. The bento options are perfect for those sushi lovers in a hurry or too busy to dine in for lunch. It’s also your best bet if you want a more affordable yet satisfying meal.
Did we mention that they also serve Korean cuisine? It’s absolutely a plus point when you want great Korean food while you’re enjoying a roll of sushi.
5. Dai Ichi Sushi
Address: 3105 Winston Churchill Blvd #7, Mississauga, ON L5L 5S3
A proof of the intricacies of Japanese cuisine, Dai Ichi Sushi is a delightful ode to the classics, be it hearty bowls of Gyoza soup or straightforward sushi. Located in an older plaza at Winston Churchill Boulevard, this restaurant serves unfussy Japanese sushi, like nigiri, handroll, California roll, salmon sushi, and more.
This unassuming restaurant has no twist or grand presentations to entice customers. But this one is one of the best sushi you would have in Sauga – fresh, flavourful, and decadent. To taste the best of both worlds, a combination of sushi, sashimi, and maki with beer is a must-try.
Thinking about what to gift your friends or loved ones this holiday season? Why not take them out for sushi and have a great time?
6. Sushi Park
Address: 2458 Dundas St W Unit #15, Mississauga, ON L5K 1R8
Steps away from Dai Ichi Sushi is Sushi Park, one of those classic sushi spots that the locals keep returning to. And nope, it’s not about familiarity or just because they have been in the area for years. It’s the restaurant’s commitment to offering consistent delightful sushi variety.
Here, you can find gastronomic sushi party trays designed with contemporary and traditional flavours. Everyone loves their assortment of sushi, lauded for its pungent melt-in-your-mouth character.
Unfortunately, they are only available for takeout. Regardless, though, creativity wins in this restaurant. They have a huge clientele who love the collection of sushi to share with family and friends.
7. Tomo Sushi
When it comes to a luxurious-looking sushi restaurant in Mississauga, you have only got a few places as elegant as Tomo Sushi. Upon entering the area, you will immediately feel the vibe of sophistication. Their interior is simple and minimalist, yet visually appealing.
When it comes to their food, Tomo Sushi’s professionalism shows in their menu, where they don’t only serve nutritious proteins like salmon, scallops, or shrimp but also see to it that their servings are large enough for sharing. Juicy black dragon rolls, salmon sushi, and shrimp tempura are just three choices to choose from.
Another reason why customers keep coming back here is their delicious complimentary crunch noodle soup. It’s usually served as you wait for your order to arrive. However, if you come here for this, unfortunately, they have a recent announcement about its unavailability.
8. Sehmi Sushi
Address: 3015 Winston Churchill Blvd Unit 3, Mississauga, ON L5L 2V8
For some of us, sushi is our ultimate comfort food. Sehmi Sushi took advantage of this, offering a variety of modern and classic sushi that looks like a snack. Another sushi gem located close to Sushi Park, this place has a cozy and convenient setting that is easily reachable should you decide to meet up with friends.
Their well-organized menu includes a wide array of sushi choices, tempura, soup, salad, grilled fish, and donburi rice, should you want more carbs. When you dine, expect to splash more cash because their food is quite pricey for the portion size. Don’t worry; their exquisite sushi sets are remarkably delicious and worth every penny.
9. Sushi in Sushi
Address: 2310 Battleford Rd, Mississauga, ON L5N 3K6
Reasonably priced sushi party tray or sushi a la carte? It sounds like the best meal ever! Joining the list of the best sushi restaurants in Sauga is Sushi in Sushi. Don’t be fooled by its moniker, though.
They may have a wide selection of sushi, but they also offer noteworthy dishes like Chicken Karaage (Japanese fried chicken), Calamari Tempura, and Salmon Taki. But since you’re here for a sushi hunt, we recommend you try the classics such as sashimi, salmon sushi, and spring roll.
If traditional sushi is not your thing, we recommend you try the newest addition to their menu, the Onigiri dishes. Many customers are talking about it as it got the makings of a scrumptious Japanese meal.
10. Wind Japanese & Thai
When you think about stuffing your face with AYCE sushi, does your heart flutter? Because we do! There’s always a small wait before you can dine in this sushi joint, but frequent customers gladly wait for its masterful menu.
If you haven’t gone here, expect the likes of sushi, nigiri sashimi, and hand rolls. To make the most out of your dining experience, Wind offers some Thai dishes too (Thai food anyone?)! After you dine here, you will surely return for another full feast.
But be warned: reserve a table to avoid unnecessary disappointment.