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  • Toronto's first tempura donburi restaurant, also known as Shitamachi Tendon Akimitsu, sits above the new downtown location of Michelin-starred Konjiki Ramen. The global chain specializes in tempura-battered shrimp and seafood over rice.

  • Named for its Michelin star–winning chef, Akira Back is a lavish Asian fusion restaurant that primarily pulls from Japanese and Korean cuisine.

  • New Japanese-Peruvian spot has outposts in St. Tropez, London, and Miami. This is their first Canadian foray.

  • Yorkville’s own D|Bar was revamped in 2018 making it one of the hot spots for Toronto’s elite. Located in the swanky Four Seasons Hotel, chef Daniel Boulud reimagined the menu and transformed the space to become an intimate but elegant lounge. Here celebrities and mere mortals can exchange niceties over cutely named cocktails like the

  • Irrashaimase! Welcome! Donburi is an inventive Japanese restaurant in Markham that’s serving up a variety of donburi bowls along with other delicious eats inspired by Japanese cuisine. Donburi — the dish, not the place — is a common Japanese food consisting of fish, meat, vegetables or other ingredients simmered together and served over rice in

  • hanmoto

    Hanmoto is an ultra-cool Japanese snack bar tucked in an unmarked building just north of Dundas West. Leave diets at the door because the food here is indulgent izakaya fare at its best. Case in point are the restaurant’s legendary Dyno Wings: deep-fried chicken wings filled with spicy pork sausage. The shareable dishes are all

  • Over at Bloor and Clinton in Koreatown, Japas opened in the old Camto corner lot on Wednesday. The concept: a Japanese tapas and oyster bar with plenty of Japanese beer and cocktails flowing. It’s also meant to be distinctly un-izakaya in nature (read: no yelling and no gongs) while offering a fun, casual space for people to meet and share a few bites over drinks.

  • Kaiseki is an authentic culinary art form in which a series of very small, intricate dishes are prepared and thoughtfully plated. Under the careful watch of master chef Masaki Hashimoto, Kaiseki Yu-Zen Hashimoto delivers a multicourse, Japanese fine dining experience to guests in an intimate environment with only three tables and a maximum capacity of

  • KaKa, a popular spot for unlimited sushi, has opened its first location in the downtown core.

  • From Chase Hospitality Group comes Kasa Moto, one of Yorkville’s hottest casual restaurants. Alongside sushi rolls and seafood, signatures at this contemporary Japanese restaurant include the AAA skirt steak and whole grilled sea bass. The two-story lounge provides a comfortable and elegant dining experience with wooden floors, rounded cushioned chairs, and large open windows. Or

  • Kibo Secret Garden is the first foray into luxury dining for budget-friendly Japanese restaurant chain Kibo Sushi House. Founded in September 2012, Kibo now owns and operates a whopping 23 locations across the GTA in addition to two outposts in Calgary. Even the pandemic hasn’t managed to slow down the brand’s rapid expansion, with Kibo

  • kimchi korea house

    In September 2012, Kimchi Korea House made its debut in downtown Toronto under the guidance of Michelle. Her profound love for Korean cuisine stemmed from her upbringing in the serene mountains of Sunchang county, nestled in the Jeolla province of South Korea. Taking charge of the kitchen was Michelle’s nephew, Jin, who assumed the role

  • ...Montreal. Kinka Izakaya invites you to explore Japanese cuisine beyond just sushi. Executive chef Ippei Iwata presents a menu of traditional and modern specialties made for sharing. The drinks menu...

  • Translating loosely to “I stay at the sake house”, Kintaro Izakaya is a Japanese restaurant on College Street that specializes in the culture’s version of tapas. The design is very intimate as the floor is filled with booths, allowing you to directly enjoy your company and the time you spend together. They specialize in a

  • Using only fresh ingredients, Kiyo is bringing the traditions of Japanese cuisine and culture to the Bathurst and St. Clair area. “Kiyo” comes from the word “清,” meaning “of purity.” Kiyo’s very experienced sushi chef strives to keep the fish and all other ingredients at their purest form while ensuring diners have a delicious experience.

  • Here at Matsuda Sushi, they’re versed in the art of indulgence. With an AYCE menu that is sure to fill you up again and again, Matsuda encourages you to come with a larger party to enjoy the true feast that’s offered here. Matsuda strives to provide quality service and food for a price tag that’s

  • Rollian Sushi offers everything you need to satisfy your sushi craving. The Uptown Yonge spot is known for its super-fresh seafood and consistently great service. On top of their usual rolls, sashimi and sushi, they also have a great selection of teriyaki, udon bowls and tempura. Rollian also has a daily raw selection on top

  • Near the bustling Yonge and Eglinton intersection, Sake Bar Kushi is an authentic Japanese restaurant that turns wining and dining into a full-on experience. The first thing that happens upon entering is the staff yelling out a customary welcome greeting in Japanese. Once that’s over, you can marvel at the black walls with white drawings,

  • Sariwon Korean BBQ

    Experience the ultimate Korean BBQ at Sariwon. Dedicated to being the top destination for authentic, do-it-yourself, family-style Korean dining, the restaurants delicious entrees and flavourful banchan (small side dishes) are crafted each day using the finest cuts of meat and premium ingredients. Owned and operated by a Korean-Canadian family, the restaurant also offers essential grocery