Location: modest restaurant with an outside terrace on lively Peel Street with both impressive green credentials and menu, open for lunch and dinner. Despite being Friday evening, we found a table without having made a reservation.
Menu: both à la carte and menu options (different for lunch and dinner), heavy on seafood but some meat and vegetable dishes too.
Service: fast and efficient if not perhaps the most helpful or friendly.
Food: our two omakase No. 2 came with very fresh fish/seafood, moist rice (made daily) and generous edamame portion. The scallops in particular were superb. It would have been nice to have been reminded what the various seafood/fish were when presented with them.
Verdict: tasty, filling, fresh, easily enough to keep you going through the sultry Montreal evening and good value @C$ 110 with tip. Would definitely go again.
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