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brandon

brandon has written 26 posts for Sushi Toronto

NAMI Restaurant

NAMI Restaurant is located on Adelaide East, just West of Church Street, in downtown Toronto. The outside of the restaurant is very unique, giving it a high-end feel.

Ichiban Sushi House

Ichiban Sushi is located near the corner of Front Street East and Wellington Street East in downtown Toronto. This location is one of quite a few in the GTA. The restaurant, right across from the Flatiron building, is quite small inside.

Fune Japanese Restaurant

Fune is located in the Entertainment district near the Roy Thompson Hall on Simcoe Street, just north of King Street.

Masa Sushi

Masa Sushi is located just east of Yonge Street, on Charles Street. It’s two short blocks south of Yonge and Bloor. The restaurant shares the same building as the Comfort Inn. You can choose between ordering from the menu or the flat rate All You Can Eat. There’s free delivery for orders over $25 between […]

Kyoto House Japanese Restaurant

Kyoto House Japanese Restaurant is located near Eaton Centre, on the corner of Dundas Street West and Elizabeth Street. It took over another sushi restaurant and now offers All You Can Eat (AYCE) sushi.

Bikkuri Japanese Restaurant

Bikkuri Japanese Restaurant is located right in Toronto’s Financial District, on King Street, just one block east of Yonge Street.

Takumi Sushi House

Takumi Sushi House has just opened in May 2009 in an already sushi dense area of Yonge and College.

Sushi Supreme Fusion

Sushi Supreme Fusion, opened in May 2009, is located on Yonge Street just south of Wellesley.

Sushi Sky Japanese Restaurant

Sushi Sky Japanese Restaurant is located on Yonge Street, just north of College and across the street from Kokyo Sushi. This restaurant has been around for over 10 years and the website boasts that it is the “largest Japanese Restaurant on Yonge Street”.

How to Properly Eat Sushi

A nice little article from the Toronto Star on the finer points of eating sushi. Many I have never even heard of but then again, how many sushi restaurants in Toronto are truly authentic? From the Toronto Star article: …there are only 30 or 40 Japanese-trained sushi chefs in the city’s estimated 700 sushi joints, […]