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5 Best Sushi in Toronto

Below is a list of the top and leading Sushi in Toronto. To help you find the best Sushi located near you in Toronto, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

Toronto’s Best Sushi:

The top rated Sushi in Toronto are:

  • Yasu Toronto – offers a new menu option, a prix fixe Japanese omakase (chef’s choice) of 20 sushi pieces in small digs
  • Saku sushi – snug sushi house with a chill vibe plating Japanese-style seafood specialties & cocktails
  • Miku Toronto – flame-seared sushi is the specialty at this Japanese fine-dining destination with soaring ceilings
  • Wow Sushi – Japanese spot with a modern feel, serving traditional sushi, maki & sashimi in a snug setting
  • Akira Back – named after its Michelin-starred chef, this high-end eatery serves creative Japanese cuisine

Yasu Toronto

Yasu Toronto
Yasu Toronto is Canada’s first Omakase sushi restaurant, specializing in the best fish from across the world. To extract the umami flavor of fish, they employ traditional techniques. For a perfectly balanced taste, the fish is freshly sliced and put on warm, loose rice, then dusted with a touch of nikiri soy. In a nutshell, Yasu aims to capture the essence of sushi. For optimum flavor and freshness, the seasonal ingredients are cooked at the sushi bar and presented right away.

Products/Services:

Sushi

LOCATION:

Address: 81 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M5S 1G4
Phone: (416) 477 2361
Website: yasu-sushibar.com

REVIEWS:

“Great quality ingredient and presentation takeout, tuna pieces are excellent, sea eel a bit dried, lobster was cooked just right, would have preferred a spoon for the ikura tuna rice ball for easier handling, container would be better if a bit more space around for lifting the sushi pieces by chopsticks, and would like a larger and juicier piece of tamago.” – Henry Chiang

Saku sushi

Saku sushi
Saku sushi is a Japanese fusion restaurant on Yonge and Clark in Thornhill, Ontario, was created in 2014 with the goal of producing healthy east coast variations of Japanese food. The restaurant’s popularity prompted a move to a larger facility in downtown Toronto, which is now known as “SAKU”. SAKU, being a family-run company, is dedicated to providing visitors with a delightful and relaxing experience. Chef Joey Ham, the owner, uses the finest local ingredients to create new flavors and Asian elegance. Dishes are prepared with the greatest ingredients and elegance, with health and freshness as a top concern. Sushi and other West Coast flavors and ingredients are used.

Products/Services:

Sushi, Japanese Cuisine

LOCATION:

Address: 478 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2B2
Phone: (416) 368 7258
Website: sakutoronto.com

REVIEWS:

“Fantastic tasty sushi. The sashimi just melt in my mouth. Everything I ordered tastes perfectly. I feel I get more than what I paid even though the price tags are not low. Definitely will come back.” – Yuran Liu

Miku Toronto

Miku Toronto
Miku Toronto has a contemporary premium style. Aburi Cuisine, created by Corporate Executive Chef Kazuya Matsuoka, Chef de Cuisine Michael Acero, and Head Sushi Chef Kazuki Uchigoshi, brings traditional Japanese flavors and methods to Toronto, mixing them with local, East Coast components to produce a totally unique eating experience. The menu concentrates on Aburi Sushi and fresh seafood, with the natural flavors of the foods preserved while a unique Aburi touch is added. Their pastry team creates Japanese and European-themed sweets in-house, bringing the gastronomic experience to a close.

Products/Services:

Sushi, Japanese Cuisine

LOCATION:

Address: 10 Bay St. #105, Toronto, ON M5J 2R8
Phone: (647) 347 7347
Website: mikutoronto.com

REVIEWS:

“I love the sushi from Miku and I can say that is one of my favorite sushi restaurants in Toronto. Everything is super fresh and very high quality. If you are doing pick up I highly recommend the Sazanka platter, sooo good.” – Fabiana Martinez

Wow Sushi

Wow Sushi
Wow Sushi provides an extensive menu of Japanese dishes, including appetizers, a la carte rolls, donburi, noodles, maki, sushi, sashimi, and chef specialties prepared with the freshest ingredients. If you’re searching for a classic ambiance and delectable Japanese food, this is Toronto’s best restaurant. Their chefs have been educated to create a fantastic Japanese dining experience for their guests through their well-prepared meals. They are open from Monday to Sunday, 10:00 AM to 11:00 PM.

Products/Services:

Sushi

LOCATION:

Address: 11 Charles St W, Toronto, ON M4Y 1R4
Phone: (416) 923 1888
Website: wowsushitoronto.com

REVIEWS:

“Melissa is great. She will make you feel comfortable and beautiful. She is very professional. This was my second trip to her studio and I will definitely go back again. I had my hair and make up done and it looks great. I had a great time too. Thank you so much Melissa.” – Sue Davies

Akira Back

Akira Back
Akira Back has designed a menu that combines modern Japanese cuisine with traditional Korean flavors, drawing influence from his Korean ancestry and travels across the world. Chef Akira Back opens his first Canadian namesake restaurant at Toronto’s Bisha Hotel with the help of INK Entertainment. Back has produced new products just for the Toronto site, in addition to his classic dishes. The unmatched eating experience is a real statement of luxury, complemented by the sleek design with layers of gold detail and tactile finishes in carbon black.

Products/Services:

Japanese Restaurant

LOCATION:

Address: 80 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON M5V 2G3
Phone: (437) 800 5967
Website: akirabacktoronto.com

REVIEWS:

“Food was amazing quality would definitely go back when hopefully indoor dining reopens. Servers were also polite and very attentive to our needs, rushed our food out for us when we had plans to get to afterwards.” – Bishal Roy

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