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Nov 8th, 2002, 01:42 PM
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Restaurant in Mississauga

We're going to Toronto in a few weeks, and are looking for a restaurant in Mississauga for lunch on Sunday. I've done a search, and there are lots, but I'm looking for a recommendation. We love trying all types of cuisine.
 
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Nov 11th, 2002, 05:45 AM
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Any suggestions?
 
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Nov 12th, 2002, 08:15 PM
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Mississauga is a very big city; any idea of what part of it you'd like to eat in?

And how fancy?

My family has enjoyed the Mandarin chinese buffet on Dundas near Winston Churchill, in north-west Mississauga, but a Chinese buffet may not be quite what you have in mind.

I like the Muddy Duck on Dundas just west of the West Mall, but it's not very fancy.

For a special lunch, you might come into the west end of Toronto, to the Old Mill, just off Bloor Street at the Humber River bridge, for a Sunday buffet. It's about ten minutes from the Mississauga border.

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Nov 13th, 2002, 08:09 AM
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Thanks for the suggestions, Brian. I had just heard there were some good restaurants there, and thought maybe something special would pop into someone's head. I wasn't aware of the size of Mississauga. I will certainly consider the restaurants you mentioned. Thanks again!
 
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Nov 14th, 2002, 04:04 PM
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Michael's Back Door (on Lakeshore)Italian.

Apricot Tree on Dundas - owned by Austrians - quaint cafe.

Lucy's Seafood Kitchen - 1/2 price appetizers on Sunday's 12-5. THE BEST seafood this side of the Maritimes. And increadible reasonable prices. Call ahead recommended (they give you only a 15 minute window).

Enjoy
 
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Nov 14th, 2002, 06:10 PM
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My favorite dim sum place in Ontario is in Mississauga. It's The Good Luck (I think they still call it that), in the Chinese plaza in the Dixie & Dundas area. Sunday is hopping, there may be a 10 min wait, but I've always loved it.
 
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Jun 4th, 2013, 05:46 AM
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If you want something spicy try Eddie's wok N roll.

Something for lunch by the lake then I'd suggest Solstice Restaurant (http://solsticerestaurant.ca/)

Or Snug Harbor
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Jun 4th, 2013, 06:42 AM
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There are two restaurants in the Port Credit area of Mississauga that overlook Lake Ontario. There is Snug Harbour a casual restaurant with a varied menu that fits all budgets. Snug Harbour has been recently renovated. Across the street is a 5 star restaurant called "Breakwater" in The Waterside Inn. I have been to the Solstice Restaurant and although their food is very good, it is not on the Lake but in a small plaza.
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I just realized that this posting is from 2002! Pay attention Scotia.
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