If you are looking for a quite place this is not the place. But they do have good snacks with cocktails or wine beer you can choose from. Spent around 120 for a group of four for 4 rounds of alcohol plus food.
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This is one of my favorite places in Toronto. Wonderful Japanese food that goes well with Sake/beer, great music (Japanese songs from the 90's, such as theme songs from Slam Dunk and Eva). The atmosphere is also relaxing. I would recommend Beef Tataki, Grilled Beef...More
There is some authentic shiz going on here! I've walked by many times, and even tried walk-in - learned my lesson and made reservations instead. The staff is friendly, but their English is not the best. No problem, just point to the items in the...More
In this unassuming Japanese restaurant near the UToronto I think I was the only non-Japanese. I have the distinct feeling that my relatively lower rating may have been that I failed to connect with something culturally significant. The staff was kind and helpful. My plate...More
Went here by a quick check on google for Japanese restaurants with not hearing anything of this place. We were a group of five and ordered various dishes like, Scallops Ceviche, Fries with Curry and cheese, Beef tongue, Beef Curry and Rice, and the Pork...More
Enjoyed a very relaxed, casual but tasty dinner here tonight, Izakaya style. Comparing with those regular Izakaya places, this one was more laid back, quieter, and music was not that noisy.. Modern interior decor, cozy, with a small patio connected for options of seating in...More
The food was soooo good here, especially the salad! It's so refreshing and the flavours just explode in your mouth. We were here for the happy hours from 5-6pm, where you order a drink and their top recommended dishes are 5 dollars each (regular price...More
Good food, nice people!Comfort atmosphere. There were also parking places just in front of the restaurant. The food tasted like Japan! Also sake were good. This is absolutely one of good Japanese restaurant or Izakaya.
As you head up Yonge Street away from Downtown Toronto one begins to believe that within the rash of ethnic eating places, some of these may be very good. Staring at the menus, and looking inside more negative emotions take hold; they may be good,...More