As the spring season begins to blossom, Downtown Toronto gives a warming welcome to Kaka All You Can Eat’s second location. Coincidentally, the name “Kaka” was originally based off the Japanese pronunciation of the Sakura Flower though even the owners themselves have recognized that it could be mean something on quite the opposite spectrum of pretty.
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.