4 based on 34 reviews
we stopped on a Sunday night after ordering a Maki tray B.it was ready, relatively inexpensive at just over 50 CAD$, and each piece was quite tasty and fresh.the locale appeared clean (it was quite empty) and the server courteous,
4 based on 223 reviews
All you can eat sushi
My wife and i enjoy a wonderful dinner. We loved having the tablet to choose our food and drinks. The staff were so friendly as this was our first time. Food was amazing!! The staff attentive and the food arrives pretty quickly.Just be careful, because they charge a couple dollars if you order food and donât eat it. $20 all you can eat lunch, $30 for dinner. Will be going back soon.
5 based on 31 reviews
Comfort sushi and crispy rice bowl with tempura, teriyaki and sashimi
This was my first visit here and I can say it most definitely will NOT be my last! Wow what a cute little spot tucked away in the plaza. The ambience is wonderful, the staff incredibly gracious and attentive and the food.....incredible!!Hands down the best sushi and poke bowls Iâve ever had (and I do enjoy this cuisine frequently). So fresh tasting and presented beautifully! We shared the spicy salmon rolls to start and I had the tuna poke bowl as my entree and it was decadent! 5 stars for sure!
5 based on 29 reviews
went for lunch with a large group. We were easily seated, but restaurant was busy. Ordered the spicy tuna and salmon roll, ingredients were very fresh and sushi chef knew what he was doing. Others in group were also impressed with quality of sushi. Family owned establishment, service was excellent. Prices for lunch were very reasonable. Very clean. In a large mall at corner of dundas and walkers, lots of parking. will return
4 based on 141 reviews
We three dined here last night and were delighted with the food and sake. We shared numerous plates of both Japanese and Korean fare. The seafood was 2nd to none and the Korean beef dish was outstanding. Sake was top notch and the desserts were fresh and tasty. The room is cozy with private seating, open seating, booths and a sushi bar. Rather unfortunately, the service was poor. Very bad. There was no shortage of servers but we were overlooked from the beginning. (Even though our table was right beside service station and bar.). We waited a long time for a drink order and finally waved them down. When we asked a question regarding the menu, we were instructed to read a laminate card on the table. We were looking for knowledge and customer service, to no avail. Our order included many plates which were not cleared in a timely manner before the next round came. At no time were we checked on. Basically the service is non existent until you raise your hand. However, we will return with this, (and more time allotted) as the food is incredible. Kudos to the chefs.
4 based on 74 reviews
My friend and I scouted several restaurants along Brant Street, decided upon this one and did we ever made an excellent choice! We selected several appetizers and shared them, each one perfectly prepared and presented and so delicious. Our server was congenial and obliging. The venue is small but nicely arranged. Prices are reasonable. I recommend Mikado 100%.
4 based on 93 reviews
I have been to dozens of different sushi places in and around Toronto over the past four decades, some being so-so, others much better. This restaurant in midwest Burlington rates among the finest of the art of sushi in my experience.It is in an unassuming multi-business mini-mall tucked away where you canât see it from the road, just its name on the signage that caught our eye when we were scouting a quick and healthy spot to eat. We are now so glad we chose here.It wasnât very busy but, then again, it was after the typical lunch crunch (1-ish). Once we ordered and were served, we were the only people left. It appears to be a 2-person operation, and the lovely hostess/server was very friendly. The chef was always very serious and barely acknowledged us. Then again, he was concentrating on deftly slicing the seafood without making âcut finger sushiâ.My wife ordered their sushi assortment (12 pieces) on a rectangular plate. I ordered the Chirashi Sashimi. Both plates were magnificent to behold, only made better by sampling the exquisitely tender and fresh fare. I am providing photos to show his magic. We were served the typical small bowl of miso soup to start (very nice, too...not too salty). Unlike some other places, our meals did not include a small salad, but we were well sated nonetheless.The decor is minimalist, having very simple tables and chairs, with the seating capacity at tables being roughly 20. There were many more seats around the sushi bar itself where you can see the samurai of seafood in action. The washrooms were also rather spartan but clean, just as you would expect. Theyâve been open for three years, but should have a long ride in this competitive business with performance like this. Highly recommended. If you want a fancier-looking place for a special function, there are many more options, even in the suburbs. But if you just want sushi prepared perfectly for a casual nosh, this is the place for you.
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