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Lotus Island Vietnamese Eatery is a restaurant that serves a wide range of Thai, Vietnamese, and Chinese cuisine at reasonable prices. It is situated in a mini strip mall and has a small space for a parking lot. The restaurant has a unique and cozy feel despite the fact that it looks a bit old due to the chipped tabletops and uneven window blinds.

The restaurant caters not only to Asians but to non-Asians as well. Seating capacity is good for at least 40 to 50 people. The washroom for males and females are separate and are good for single users only.

The owner and staff are also warm since they normally chat with the customers once they enter the restaurant. Food is normally served quickly and hot about eight to fifteen minutes from order time. A steaming pot of fresh green tea is also offered before the servers take your orders.

Spring Rolls


Below are some of the featured dishes at Lotus Island Vietnamese Eatery.


Phở or pho is considered to be one of the signature dishes at Lotus Island Vietnamese Eatery. It is a Vietnamese soup that is usually served in bowls of various sizes according to the appetite of the customer. It is also a well-known street food in Vietnam.

A bowl of pho consists of flat rice noodles floating in clear broth with herbs and onions. It is usually topped with thin slices of meat such as beef or chicken steak, fatty flank, brisket, or lean flank. There are several variations based on the part of the slow-cooked beef being topped such as Tái (medium-rare meat), Tái sống (rare meat), Tái chin (medium to well-done meat), Tái nạm (beef patty with flank), Tái băm (rare minced beef patty), and Tái lăn (sautéed meat before being added as toppings to the soup). Other variations are meatballs, tripe, and slow-cooked tendon.

Soft Chow Mien with Pork and Vegetables

Chow mien comes from the Chinese word, chau-meing, which means stir-fried noodles. The eatery’s chow mien is made soft and blended with vegetables and thin slices of pork.  This dish is also known throughout the Chinese community and it is one of the most well-loved dishes at Lotus Island Vietnamese Eatery.

Spring Rolls

Spring rolls or summer rolls are filled and rolled Vietnamese appetizers also known as gỏi cuốn. Lotus Island Vietnamese Eatery serves vegetarian spring rolls made from the finest ingredients such as thin cuts of cooked pork or cha pork sausages, chicken, tofu, or shrimp mixed with fresh herbs as that of cilantro or basil, cucumber, lettuce, and sometimes with fresh garlic, rice vermicelli, and chives, and wrapped in moist rice paper. Spring or summer rolls in this restaurant contain herbs, carrots, cucumber, boiled rice noodles, and boiled pork. They are normally served with a dipping sauce such as hoisin sauce.

Grilled Chicken with Vermicelli on a Salad

This Vietnamese cuisine consists of chicken grilled to perfection placed on a bed of rice vermicelli along with rice noodles and salad, made up of red or green lettuce, shredded carrots, and roasted peanuts. It is normally topped with spring roll to add more flavor.


Lotus Island Vietnamese Eatery is located at 1381 Lakeshore Road East #1, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.

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