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Vendors › Toronto › Restaurants › Japanese

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Zakkushi

193 Carlton St., Toronto

This Vancouver favourite specializes in Japanese-style grilled dinners, and offers mounds of yakitori skewers of meat in sample-sized portions. Deep-fried

Yuzu

236 Adelaide St. W., Toronto

Within walking distance of the Four Seasons Centre opera house and the Theatre District on King Street West, this unassuming

Yutaka

157 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Sizeable downtown sushi bar and restaurant boasts a significant selection of contemporary Japanese offerings, including various donburi rice bowls and

Yunaghi

538 Manning Ave., Toronto

The open kitchen at this intimate restaurant prepares kaiseki-style Japanese dishes that incorporate French classical techniques. The delicate, artful presentation

Yumei Sushi

2116 Queen St. E., Toronto

Owner and chef Young Lee expertly prepares sushi and sashimi à la carte or in combinations, as well as a

Yasu

81 Harbord St., Toronto

You haven’t really experiences sushi until you’ve had it at this little Annex-area restaurant, which serves a reservations-only chef’s-choice menu

Yamato

24 Bellair St., Toronto

Sizeable Yorkville restaurant features a variety of dishes cooked teppanyaki style on a large iron griddle. More than a dozen

Yakitori Kintori

668 Bloor St. W., Toronto

Another specialty restaurant from the owners of Kinka Izakaya, Kinton Ramen and Jabistro, this one focusing on the Japanese art

Takesushi

22 Front St. W., Toronto

Stylish restaurant has a sleek interior and a sake bar. The Omakase menu features market-fresh fish, meat and vegetables. Also

Sushi Tei

4040 Creditview Rd., Mississauga

Popular with locals for its ultra-fresh sushi and sashimi, this restaurant also serves a variety of other Japanese and Korean

Sushi On Bloor

515 Bloor St. W., Toronto

Ever popular sushi bar, serving classic and contemporary sushi including the Bloor Street Roll (salmon and Japanese basil), along with

Sushi Kaji

860 The Queensway, Toronto

This Etobicoke eatery comes highly recommended by the city’s top foodies. Chef Mitsuhiro Kaji’s omakase menus ($80-$120) highlight his impeccable

Sushi Inn

120 Cumberland St., Toronto

Contrasting notably with its ritzy enclave, this Yorkville sushi bar offers up hearty portions at affordable prices. Wide selection of

Sushi D

671 College St., Toronto

Raw brilliance. Pleasant staff and slick aesthetic offer a comfortable dining experience for even the most apprehensive seafood neophyte. Signature

Sansotei Ramen

650 Yonge St., Toronto

This ramen shop has had huge success by to the basics: thick or thin noodles plus tradition fixings in one

Sansotei Ramen

179 Dundas St. W., Toronto

This ramen shop has had huge success by to the basics: thick or thin noodles plus tradition fixings in one

Ryus Noodle Bar

33 Baldwin St., Toronto

Pleasant ramen restaurant offers standard shio-, shoyu- and miso-based noodle bowls, plus a few more adventurous varieties like roast beef

Ryoji Ramen and Izakaya

690 College St., Toronto

The first location outside of Japan for this Okinawa-based chain of noodle houses. Dining room is adorned with colorful lights,

Ramen Raijin

3 Gerrard St. E., Toronto

From the owner of popular Vancouver ramen restos Kintaro and Motomachi Shokudo. Large space fills with diners slurping up three

Ramen Isshin

412 College St., Toronto

From the owners of upscale Cabbagetown izakaya Kingyo comes this easygoing restaurant for all things ramen-related. Shoyu, shio and red
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