It's got one of the best decor in Toronto. The bar near the entrance is a really good place to have a Japanese beer before dinner. Service very professional too. There was this one redneck old lady customer beside my table making unreasonable demands. The waiters handled it very well, and was able to calm her down.
However, everything was over priced for the quality of food and the culinary skill of this restaurant. The presentation of all dishes are very pretty. But the kitchen tried too hard to be creative and over prepared everything, which I think sacrifices the genuineness of the ingredient. The beef is over cooked, the rice for the sushi is too sweet that over powers the freshness of the raw fish. The raw fish they used are very fresh, but they mixed this fruit sauce that goes with the sashimi made the fish taste awkward.
The dessert was a hit and miss. They should work with more Japanese ingredients such as sticky rice, red beans, pumpkins, green tea...etc.
Over all the dinning experience was just ok. I would go there again to just have a drink.
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