Sansotei Ramen

Tuesday, 30 December 2014 by

Sansotei Ramen is located at Dundas St. which is a hot spot for salty, sensuous, steamy bowls of traditional Japanese soups, and it’s a bold move to open up in the shadow of recent Japanese heavyweight Momofuku.

At Sansotei Ramen, their passion is to provide customers delicious and authentic ramen as well as friendly and cozy dining experience. They are focused on a few popular Japanese ramen flavours and keep things simple. They use fresh pork bone delivered daily to make their signature broth which is Tonkotsu.


Tuesday, 30 December 2014 by

Japango is like a beacon along the desolate stretch of Dundas between Bay and University. On this stretch, there is no shortage of grimy restaurants with misspelled signs. but Japango is an exception with its surprisingly authentic atmosphere and impeccably fresh sushi.

Their sushi dinner arrives with a rainbow assortment of fresh fish and six scrumptious California rolls. It is a truly delicious California roll. It has Crisp cucumber, crackling bits of red caviar and surimi that frays with each bite, all snugly wrapped up in seaweed with a thin coating of rice sprinkled with sesame.

Guu Izakaya

Tuesday, 30 December 2014 by

Guu Izakaya is the first Toronto outpost of the popular Guu group of restaurants from Vancouver. It’s located in an otherwise unassuming strip mall on Church Street, though the striking design and warm atmosphere give it a distinctively cool vibe once inside.

Their Chazuke, a traditional Japanese dish made with rice and a simple kombu dashi broth, is served with a rotating selection of toppings. One of the most filling items that they have is the buta kimchi bibimbap with a big helping of rice, pork and kimchi served in a sizzling hot stone bowl with a raw egg yolk on top. ugh to mutter “good” before inhaling the rest of the bowl.

Yuzu No Hana

Tuesday, 30 December 2014 by

Yuzu No Hana is a Japanese restaurant in the Club District created by the owner of the ever-popular Japango. The fish here is fresher and high quality than the average Toronto sushi joint and the menu includes hard to find-selections like ocean trout and real red snapper.

Yuzu No Hana features Japanese cuisine made with the freshest ingredients, authentically prepared and artfully presented in comfortable contemporary surroundings. Yuzu No Hana’s extensive a la carte menu features numerous signature dishes as well as a range of high-quality sushi and sashimi, classic Japanese appetizers and entrees and shared platters.


Tuesday, 30 December 2014 by

JaBistro is a cozy “hideaway” for Toronto’s sophisticated crowd. At the entrance, you will find their mascot “An-chan, the football fish” luring you in. In the crazy busy world we are in now, everyone is looking for a place and time to relax and refresh and they are hoping that their restaurant will be the “cozy spot” for you to hang around in the big deep sea called “city of Toronto”.

For the owners of JaBistro, food plays a basic, yet crucial role for living. Maintaining quality and safety of food is one of the most important elements when it comes to keeping your life healthy and satisfying. However, if the food isn’t tasty, we wouldn’t even know how to appreciate it.