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5651 Steeles Ave E, Toronto ON M1V 5P6 Itinéraire
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Venez savourer un délicieux repas chez Matsuda Japanese Cuisine. Ce lieu apprécié est ouvert en soirée tous les jours de la semaine. L'accès est facile par voiture, ainsi que par t... plus... Plus de texte
Nice big location. It has a rather large selection for an all you can restaurant and its not buffet style, they serve you what you order at the table. When its not busy the service is fast, but it tends to slow down during the rush. Love the spicy tuna rolls, and dont forget to end it off with ginger ice cream with fried bananas! Lire plus
My first time going to Sushi Legend on Ravel Road and to be honest with you, I am very very happy. This place is new so everything is sparkling. The design of the restaurant is so modern and classic, I fell in love instantly. The all you can eat lunch is $12.95 and considering all of the different choices they have, it is soo soo soo worth it. The place is big and comfy and can accommodate a lot of people. The servers are all fluent in English, very friendly and serve you very quickly. My lunch bento box which was $8.50 came in 5 minutes. I was impressed. I cannot even think of one bad thing to say about this place. Everybody should come and visit! :) Lire plus
280 West Beaver Creek Rd, Richmond Hill ON L4B 3Z1 Itinéraire
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Venez savourer un agréable repas chez Miyabi Japanese Restaurant. Découvrez un menu incluant une variété de sushis, aux prix de 11$ à 25$. L'ambiance de ce restaurant est décontrac... plus... Plus de texte
While Zen is our favourite Japanese Restaurant, my boyfriend and I have enjoyed dining here for their enoki maki (thin slices of beef wrapped around enoki-Japanese mushrooms). Their nigiri and sashimi while delicious is not a priority for us to order as they serve very thin small pieces for the price you pay. We have also had their sukiyaki (we cook ourselves on the table) and it is large enough for 3 people, although much more expensive ($60 for 2 people which includes rice and raw egg for dipping) than other restaurants where we have enjoyed the same. The sukiyaki comes traditionally (as they served), with slices of thin sukiyaki beef, tofu, Chinese cabbage, green onion, oyster mushrooms, shitake mushrooms and regular mushrooms, transparent thin noodles and onion. Their broth was excellent-not too sweet. A great meal to have on a cold day. Lire plus
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