New Italian restaurant opens in south Mississauga

By Nathan Sager

Posted April 12, 2022 at 10:49 pm

A new eatery is vying to convey a little bit of southern Italy to the south end of Mississauga.

Soranno’s, an Italian restaurant established and operated by Tony and Nadia Soranno, opened before this thirty day period at 341 Lakeshore Rd. E., which is not significantly from the waterfront.

Tony Soranno grew up in the Apulia location (“Pulgia” in Italian) in the southern peninsula of Italy, exactly where 40 per cent of the nation’s olive oil is produced. Recreating a peaceful, Aged World allure was component of the interesting for opening their establishment — with its distinct pink awning — in a historic portion of Mississauga.

“The place of the cafe reminds them of the minimal gems that they locate in Tony’s hometown any time they check out,” a bio on the Soranno’s web page reads. “And it’s that very same truly feel that impressed them to create Soranno’s — a very little gem in the Port Credit score neighborhood — with great meals, and great business.

“Tony and Nadia are all about family members tradition and have fond reminiscences of all the spouse and children sitting down collectively at the table for a scrumptious meal made by Nonna.”

The menu suggests a little bit of quickly-everyday fusion with North American cuisine. Wings are presented as a starter alongside with bruschetta and do-it-yourself meatballs, even though the burger offerings involve an Italian burger that is topped with mozzarella, pesto and sunshine-dried tomatoes. A key study course of pasta ranges from $17.99 to $20.99.


As a family members-operate restaurant, Sorannno’s open six days a week and is closed on Monday. Hrs of procedure are 12 midday to 8 p.m. from Tuesday until Thursday, 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, and 12 noon to 9 p.m. on Sundays.

Much more info is offered at, on Instagram (@sorannosrestaurant) or by contacting 905-990-6746.

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