As with the food of any great nation, it can be hard to find authentic versions in foreign countries. And that’s why today we’re looking at the best Japanese restaurants that Mississauga has to offer.

Maybe you already love Japanese food but want somewhere new to try, or maybe you’ve never tried Japanese delicacy in your life and are willing to branch out. Either way, we have you covered with some of the finest food in Sauga!

Hinote Sushi

(720 Bristol Rd W, Mississauga, ON L5R 4A3)

Serving the Mississauga community since 1991, Hinote Sushi offers some of the best sushi in the city.

Hinote Sushi is a relatively small restaurant, so from time to time you may have to wait to be seated, but the food is definitely worth waiting for. You get nice hefty portions of melt-in-your-mouth fish that is hard to find elsewhere!

Kenzo Japanese Noodle House

(720 Burnhamthorpe Rd W, Mississauga, ON L5C 3X3)

Maybe you’re unfamiliar with ramen. It’s a dish consisting of noodles, some sliced meat, and a delicious broth, usually made of soy sauce. You owe it to yourself to try a bowl.

And if you do decide to give it a shot, Kenzo’s Japenese Noodle House is my number one recommendation. Kenzo’s is known for their unique noodles that are made in-house and taste amazing! As well as their broth, which is made fresh and allowed to stew for 24 hours! This is ramen homemade and at its finest.

Masamune Japanese Restaurant

(5200 Dixie Rd #8, Mississauga, ON L4W 1E4)

Masamune Japense Restaurant is located along Dixie Road and it’s perfect for first-time eaters of Japanese food.

The interior of Masamune is calm and welcoming, the service is polite and friendly, and the food is fantastic. I recommend you go between 11:30 and 3 PM, to grab some lunch, where you can order one of the delicious variety boxes as seen above. This is a great way to figure out what you like and what you don’t.

Miga Korean & Japanese BBQ Restaurant

(2382 Dundas St W, Mississauga, ON L5K 1R7)

Miga BBQ Restaurant is unique for this list because, not only is it both Korean and Japanese food, but it’s also a really nice bar that serves great wine and Tapas.

Miga’s serves high-quality Korean and Japanese cuisine, prepared on a tabletop BBQ, and served with pristine presentation. The menu is massive, so you’ll definitely find something that appeals to you, be it the standard prime rib combo, or the exotic seafood pancake.

Iron Chef

(4920 Tomken Rd, Mississauga, ON L4W 1J8)

Iron Chef is the first Teppanyaki & Sushi restaurant in Mississauga and it has become a very popular joint for all-comers.

Many people come to the Iron Chef for the spectacle of having food prepared in front of you, it’s definitely an experience worth the cost alone. However it’s a fantastic location for business meetings and lunch as well. The prices here a little higher than most but you get fine ingredients and good portions. I recommend the black cod for something a little different!