Top 5 Samosas in Mississauga


Published October 21, 2014 at 12:54 am


Some Indian restaurants in Mississauga offer samosas that are not just the side dish, but the main event.

While samosas are great for parties or snacking on during meetings, they can also be the cheapest and most satisfying lunch you can buy for a dollar.

So, while Mississauga has quite a few samosa gems, they’re definitely something you have to keep an eye out for as some are located in industrial plazas.

Here are the top 5 places to get samosas in Mississauga:

5 – Bismillah Sweets

Bismillah Sweets is one of the most authentic samosas you will find in the city and many people outside the area travel here just to try it.

This little shop near Mavis and Britannia sells Pakistani sweets and snacks, but their most popular item by far is their chicken samosa. In fact, if you visit near the end of the day, there is a high chance they will be sold out of this delectable snack.

4 – New India Sweets & Restaurant

New India Sweets & Restaurant is located in a plaza on the corner of Britannia and Douguy.

I remember coming here for samosas when I was a kid and they were as good then as they are today.

They offer beef, chicken and veggie samosas. The seams of the samosa were just about to burst with all the delicious spiced potatoes, onions, peas, and lentil stuffing inside. It does have a nice kick, so be warned.

3 – Matheson Sweets & Catering Ltd

Located on the corner in another industrial plaza is Matheson Sweets & Catering.

When you order the samosas, the server grabs you some nice and fresh samosas with hot sauce. These vegetarian samosas were absolutely delicious with a perfect balance of filling and spice.

2 – White Gold Sweets

White gold is located on the west side of Mississauga in an industrial building that you have probably never seen.

There is another Indian restaurant in front of the plaza, but if you keep going toward the back, you will see a sign that says “White Gold.”

This place has been around for several years and after eating the samosas, I can see why. They have two types of samosas: regular and darn spicy. If you are looking for meat, you have to look elsewhere as they only serve vegetarian here — but I would take a great vegetarian samosa over a meat one any day. The samosas were nice and hot when I got them. The spicy samosas have a bit of a kick so watch out!

1 – A-One Catering

“Simply the best” is A-One’s slogan and it’s hard to argue that when they have samosas that taste as good as theirs.

A-One Catering is located on a side street in an industrial plaza by the airport that you will only find if you’re in the area. These are the best samosas in town and they are made in-house in A-one’s huge kitchen and bakery.

They serve veggie, chicken, beef and cheese and were all piping hot and made fresh. The dough was perfectly crispy and the beef, veggie, chicken and cheese filling was cooked to perfection. The portions are also generous. You can always tell how fresh samosas are by how greasy the brown paper bag is and my bag was nice and greasy!



  1. A-One Catering
  2. White Gold Sweets
  3. Matheson Sweets & Catering Ltd
  4. New India Sweets & Restaurant
  5. Gazebo
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