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Omi Sushi

Omi Sushi is located on Carlton Street, just off Parliament, in the Cabbagetown area of downtown Toronto. The restaurant is fairly small, with modern decor and 80’s pop music playing.

Ematei

Ematei, according to their signage, is “authentic Japanese food”. This downtown Toronto sushi restaurant is somewhat hidden from the Queen West strip, despite being a very short walk from Queen and University.

Hiro Sushi

Hiro Sushi is located on King Street, just east off of Jarvis Street. Hiro Yoshida, owner, sushi chef has a reputation around Toronto as a “sushi master” and provides fine dining and traditional Japanese sushi recipes.

Fune Japanese Restaurant

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

Bikkuri Japanese Restaurant

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

Daio Japanese Restaurant

Daio Japanese Restaurant is located on Carlton Street between Yonge and Church Streets. It has a small patio out front for those up for some summer sushi.

Ichiriki Japanese Restaurant

Ichiriki at Bloor and Church is more than just a sushi place, so it’s a bit different than most of the sushi places we review. One thing to note about Ichiriki is that they are closed Tuesday nights. This, however, was a Wednesday night.