Tag: japanese

Torontonians, myself included, seem to have a love for brunch. We love sleeping in on Sunday mornings, and then having a satisfying meal that’s both breakfast and lunch (how efficient!). It wasn’t long ago that we visited Yorkville‘s Kasa Moto for dinner and last Sunday we visited again to see what Kasa Moto is offering for brunch-loving crowd.

After last year’s white party, this year’s annual Scrubs in the City charity gala took on a fun twist with a new theme. Guests were immersed in the night life of Tokyo, Japan as the Evergreen Brick Works venue was transformed for an event filled with food, fashion and entertainment.

The large Japanese mural at BarFish | Photo: Nick Lee

New sushi and cocktail destination, BarFish, has now opened replacing what used to be the outdoor bar of Blowfish restaurant at the north east corner of King and Bathurst. Cocktails and sushi are at the forefront of this intimate and chic space with sky high ceilings.

The latest, highly-anticipated endeavour by INK Entertainment and ICON Legacy Hospitality is set to open next week. Here’s a preview.

Kujira Izakaya

Kujira Japanese Cuisine opened its doors in Yorkville just before the Labour Day weekend. On Friday, October 10, we finally had the chance to visit to discover what Kujira promises – a harmonious fusion of authentic Eastern flavours with Western modern flair.

Recently opened in Toronto’s Entertaiment District on Adelaide just east of Duncan is the upscale Japanese restaurant, Shibui Robata. It shares the same open-space just below the newest expansion of the popular Copacabana Brazilian Rodizio.

Robata translated as “fireside cooking” is a Japanese method of hot charcoal fire cooking that originated in the Northeastern part of Japan.

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