The stereotype that a plant-based diet is boring couldn’t be further than the truth. The longer you eat plant-based vegan and vegetarian food, the more your palate opens up and you can really appreciate the true flavors that nature has to offer.
Mississauga has a variety of plant-based, vegan restaurants that you can choose takeout and delivery from while staying at our short term rentals in Mississauga. Once the Greater Toronto Area has loosened its restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you will be able to dine-in at these fabulous locations.
Dai Bi Chay offers a different twist on typical vegan dishes by incorporating traditional flavours from Vietnam.
Frequently ordered items include crispy noodles, rice noodle soup and mock beef step with egg noodles. All dishes incorporate fresh, healthy ingredients that help you eat clean while staying in Mississauga!
The restaurant offers a convenient in-restaurant pickup plus a delivery service through SkipTheDishes.
The Copper Branch boasts a menu that is 100 percent plant-based and offers gluten-free options, as well as organic and non-GMO menu items.
Although there are a lot of tasty items to choose from, be sure to try one of the power bowls, as well as the vegan chick’n fingers that even the pickiest of children would enjoy. Save room for the New York Cheezecake. It’s a non-dairy delight, but don’t let that fool you — it may not be made with “real” cheese, but its creaminess makes up for it.
If you like Indian cuisine, this vegetarian Indian restaurant with fusion Indian street food will surely tempt your palate. If your diet is strictly vegan, you can talk to the staff and they’ll gladly accommodate you.
Veggie Planet goes to a lot of effort to prepare Western favourites with an eastern flair. The variety seems endless. Some favourites are the Indian Masala Pizza and the Samosa burger. Top it all off with a Mango Shake.
With its central location in the city’s core, Platinum Suites is located close to many of the above restaurants. Pre-book a stay at our insurance housing in Mississauga and experience some of the best plant-based cuisine in the Greater Toronto Area. Click here to read more of our monthly blogs.
By Lisa Marie Brennan