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Miku Highlights Seared Sushi in Toronto’s South Core

VANCOUVER EXPORTS KAISEKI- AND ABURI SUSHI–ORIENTED MIKU TO TORONTO

Miku Toronto Sushi Restaurant

A favourite of West Coast residents and visitors has crossed the country and landed on Toronto’s waterfront. Winner of Where Vancouver’s 2015 readers’ choice award for best Japanese restaurant, Miku is known for its aburi (flame-seared) sushi, made with the freshest possible, Ocean Wise–approved ingredients. Though it’s not the first Toronto establishment where the sushi chefs wield kitchen torches, Miku aims to stand out by offering a variety of specialty sauces, including a signature Japanese-inspired aioli, plus miso- and plum-based options, designed to further enhance the umami of its fish and seafood dishes. Adventurous diners can also indulge one of three artful kaiseki cartes—tasting menus intended to marry the finest in Asian culinary and aesthetic traditions.  —Craig Moy

• Miku, 10 Bay St., 647-347-7347; mikutoronto.com
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