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Vendors › Toronto › Restaurants › Japanese


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Kinka Izakaya

398 Church St., Toronto

Popular resto that fuses Japanese cuisine with a casual pub-like atmosphere. Diners linger at the sake bar and crowd at


459 Dundas St. E., Toronto

KINTARO Though yakitori is traditionally made from various parts of a chicken skewered and grilled, Kintaro offers an impressive three-page

Kinton Ramen

51 Baldwin St., Toronto

High-quality noodle house that exclusively serves large helpings of ramen noodles in a variety of broths, with toppings such as

Koko! Share Bar

81 Yorkville Ave., Toronto

This subterranean resto manages to look elegant yet casual, with warm lighting and homey wooden tables to encourage a social


12 Cumberland St., Toronto

Minimalist-chic Japanese restaurant specializes in hand-pressed made-to-order nigiri sushi, as well as tapas-style options like tuna tartar, hay-smoked salmon or

Manpuku Modern Japanese Eatery

Village on the Grange, 105 McCaul St., Toronto

Authentic Japanese comfort food means no sushi or tempura. Instead, this restaurant dishes out steaming bowls of noodles (you won’t

Masamune Japanese Restaurant

5200 Dixie Rd., Mississauga

Traditional old-world menu with the option of a private tatami room. Tempura, teriyaki-style meats and specialties from Korea provide alternatives.


2382 Dundas St. W., Mississauga

Japanese and Korean restaurant featuring sushi, at-table barbecues of short ribs and seafood, and specialty Korean dishes such as seafood


10 Bay St., Toronto

Exported from Vancouver, this restaurant focuses on flame-seared aburi sushi, served with a variety of signature sauces to enhance the

Momofuku Daisho

190 University Ave., Toronto

amily-style meals are the raison d’être for this elegantly minimalist dining room: “large format” offerings for parties of four to

Momofuku Noodle Bar

190 University Ave., Toronto

The least expensive (and therefore, hardest to get into) of New York super chef David Chang’s four Momofuku ventures in

Momofuku Shoto

190 University Ave., Toronto

The crown jewel of Momofuku’s Toronto operations is a 22-seat culinary theatre for David Chang’s 10-plus-course tasting menus, executed by

Nakayoshi Izakaya

812 Danforth Ave., Toronto

More intimate and less rowdy than you’d expect from an izakaya-style restaurant. Menu skews more toward traditional sushi and sashimi


55 Adelaide St. E., Toronto

Traditional makimono, sushi and sashimi dining, plus a robata bar for grilled-to-order seafood, steak, chicken and vegetables. Sushi and seafood

ND Sushi

3 Baldwin St., Toronto

Unassuming spot is an oasis on a street that’s crowded with restaurants. Stylish takes on the usual sushi and sashimi,

Ninki Japanese Cuisine and Bar

133 Richmond St. W., Toronto

Stylish street-level sister space of a popular sushi spot in the underground PATH. Caters to Financial District office dwellers and

Prince Sushi

90 Courtney Park Dr. E., Mississauga

Though the restaurant prides itself on the quality of its sushi and sashimi, a tempting array of teriyaki, tempura and

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

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

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,
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