Yes, it is expensive, but all the chef's dishes (omakase dishes) are expensive, so this is not surprising. This is not a place you go every month, but a place for special reasons. Here I ate the freshest/delicious sushi I have ever eaten. The waiters are very nice and it is great to see the chef cook all the food.
Unexpectedly, the food in this Japanese restaurant is so delicious, there are teppanyaki sushi and small hot pot, there are quite a lot of varieties, the key taste is very good, we ordered a few flat plates and ate it very satisfied.
The sushi at this restaurant is very good and very standard. There are three types of tuna sushi. They are all tuna belly, but the fat and thin are very thin. I prefer Qiutuolu, which is more chewy.
A small but very famous Japanese food shop, where you can enjoy 15 dishes of traditional Japanese omakase. In order to ensure freshness, all the ingredients are emptied from all over the world to Toronto in the morning, and appear on the diners’ plates in the evening. Sitting in the sushi bar watching the chef make sushi in front of your eyes is a double enjoyment of taste and vision.
It’s worth eating here again. They have the actual pairings of the station. The taste is quite good. The rice is balanced with vinegar and sugar. The fish, squid, roe, etc. are also fresh to eat, and the perfect dikang is occasionally sprinkled. It is beautiful with fresh ground mustard, and the portion of the food prepared by the chef is exactly one bite, so you won't get tired of it.