5 new restaurants that opened in May in Mississauga


Published May 22, 2023 at 12:04 pm

Looking to try food from someplace new? Perhaps elevate your palette and go for a menu item you’ve resisted ordering in the past? Here are five new restaurant openings that happened in May in Mississauga that could end up making the list of your favourite places to hang out.

Kaze Sushi

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If you’re crazy for sushi this place should be your next stop.

Kaze Sushi located at 720 Burnhamthorpe Rd. W., Unit 18, in Mississauga presents traditional Japanese rolls with some unique twists.

“We go far beyond the traditional and cliche rolls with our creations,” their website notes.

The Veggie Boss, for example, adds something new to the typical yam tempura and avocado combination. This thick roll combines avocado, cucumber, fried tofu, pickled radish, shiitake mushroom, kanpyo (dried shavings of a calabash gourd), radish sprout, and yam, and tops it with potato chips and avocado slices.

The Golden Grilled Salmon features grilled salmon, avocado, and cucumber, topped with jalapeno and sliced cheese.

There’s also a beef asparagus roll, a Keto roll (no rice), and for those who like heat — a spicy challenge Ninja Warrior Maki.

For the veggie lover there are three maki choices on the menu — the Veggie Boss, Yamazing and the Veggie Futo.

Morocco’s Kitchen

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If you’re looking for some authentic Moroccan food you might want to check out this next place.

Morocco’s Kitchen is now open for business at 3460 Platinum Dr., unit 24 in Erin Mills.

The restaurant serves classics such as chicken bastilla — a thin pastry stuffed with chicken and almonds with Moroccan seasonings.

Other appetizers include harrira soup, zalook (an eggplant and tomato dip), and Moroccan-inspired samosas.

The main dishes are made with traditional Moroccan flavours and include lamb, chicken or veggie couscous, and lamb or chicken tagine (slow cooked meat in a clay pot).

The are also sandwiches such as the saffron chicken sandwich or a chopped cheese sandwich.

For those with a sweet tooth, Moroccan sfenj is on the menu. Sfenj is a fried pastry that’s crispy on the outside and soft and chewy on the inside.

Fat Fork

One of Mississauga's most anticipated restaurants Fat Fork is finally open

Fat Fork restaurant located at 2200 Dundas Street East, is best known for their delicious and filling souvlaki dinners: Your choice of their famous pork or chicken, served with rice, roast potatoes, Greek salad, bread rolls and their original tzatziki.

They also serve mouthwatering steaks made with AAA Angus Beef, and a variety of charbroiled burgers including the original hamburger, cheeseburger, bacon burger, and their famous Fat Burger, which is stacked high with two beef patties, cheese and bacon.

If you aren’t feeling in the mood for Greek cuisine or want something more, you could also opt for their fish and chips, salads, fries, or poutine.

Fat Fork also boasts an espresso bar that’s ready to serve up some of the best coffee around, among other refreshing drinks.

Da Grill Plus

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The new restaurant is in the heart of Streetsville at 17 Queen St. N., Unit 3a. and is bringing patrons the perfect combination of burgers and comfort food.

Da Grill Plus — described as a “New York-style” restaurant, specializes in grill foods such as burgers, chicken and steaks. They serve fish and chips, Philly cheese steaks, waffles with chicken tenders and more.

“Our restaurant is designed to provide a warm and welcoming atmosphere, where you can enjoy your favourite comfort food with your friends and family,” they note on their website.

If you are not a meat lover, you can try one of their veggie Philly cheese steak. Some other items on the menu include a spicy fish sub, and grilled beef with rice.

The restaurant also has a breakfast menu with the options of eggs Benedict, eggs in a puff pastry and eggs with home fries.

MyMy Chicken

This new addition to Square One’s food options packs a lot of crunch in every bite.

The MyMy Chicken restaurant is serving customers a wide variety of fried chicken flavours including; original, green onion, seasoned spicy, gold cheese, curry, and snow chicken.

They also have sauced-up traditional dishes like honey garlic, fantastic garlic, sweet and spicy, chili pepper, galbi and red devil flavours — something for every palette.

The restaurant offers other options beyond chicken to those who are slightly more adventurous in trying different cuisine. These include: topokki rice cakes, fried squid, takoyaki (octopus balls), kimchi fries and omelettes, and even gizzards.