I ordered the chef's selection which was unimpressive for the price and a quarter of it was based on a salmon maki.
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This is not just going for sushi, it's a personally crafted sushi experience. You start off by getting to choose your saki glass, then you are left to enjoy yourself while the appetizers are prepared. The appetizers were like nothing I've ever had before! That...More
In a world of fast food and "all you can eat" sushi, I am not surprised that Chef Hiro and his sushi mastery are misunderstood by some reviewers. We have been enjoying Hiro Sushi for many years, and have found the quality to be consistently...More
I visited Hiro Sushi about eight years ago and thought the food was excellent. So I was really disappointed when I visited again last week. My wife came for an early dinner and were the only guests at the time. We both had the omakase...More
hiro is sushi is simply on of the best restaurants in toronto. the fish is freshest available but more than that hiro is a brilliant chef, his dishes are subtle and delicate, an absolute treat!
we tried omakase 3 course meal for 65 dollars per person. after 1st and 2nd course, we had to wait about 30 minutes, at which point we asked a waitress if our 3rd course was ready. To which, she said, now they were about to...More
A hidden gem. When you walk by you don't see the seating in the back for guests. The staff was attentive. The atmosphere was lovely and the food was very good. It was definitely more expensive than expected in that the food portions are very...More
I have always loved Hiro, but hadn't visited for years. I came across it while on an errand, and was delighted to find that it is as good as always. The decor is fresher, and the sushi has always been exquisitely fresh, impeccably presented and...More
Great experience but truly pricey. I was the first in the restaurant and an regular ojisan customer came in. I listened to their convos and hirosan asked if I was Japanese. I said I wasn't but I understood so he causally chatted with me and...More
wonderful experience in this very traditional Japanese restaurant... just be careful as authentic means lots of Wasabi in their sushi. If you are used to "americanized" version of sushi, this might come as a surprise! my colleague had black cod which was amazing.