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Guu Sakabar

Guu Sakabar & Izakaya is a place that’s known for good Japanese food and drinks. And if that’s not enough, it’s also known for it’s great atmosphere with it’s loud but still very welcoming “Hello” as ...

Fin Izakaya

On a brisk Saturday afternoon, my boyfriend and I decided to make a trek midtown to a Japanese restaurant my sister recommended – Fin Izakaya! I’ve heard some good things from friends and family about Fin ...

Sansotei Ramen

Sansotei Ramen is another Japanese Ramen joint that quietly opened in September 2012. Located around Dundas and Chestnut, the area is getting dotted with a number of Ramen options. Though opening without a major bang like ...

Santouka Ramen

Warning: very long post!  Over the past year or so, the number of ramen noodle houses that have sprung up in and around Toronto is uncanny! Toronto Life Magazine coined it the “Toronto ramen wars”. The ...

Momofuku – Noodle Bar

Momofuku has finally landed in Toronto. The famous eatery that started it all in NYC has made it way to the great north. David Chang the Chef and owner of the joint have been running around ...

Kinton Ramen

One of the fondest memories I have of my visit to the wonderful country of Japan is walking and exploring the city of Tokyo. Despite feeling battered, tired and aching we always managed to close off ...

Kampai Toronto 2012

On May 31st, the largest sake festival to ever hit the shores of Canada was held over at the Distillery District here in Toronto. Ontario Spring Water Sake Company, Izumi played host of the night in ...

Shiso Tree

So it was a Tuesday night, and my girlfriend and I were wondering whether we should cook at home or grab something to eat, and for the longest time she had been mentioning this place called ...

Aji Sai Japanese

Ayce ayce, ayce ayce. This is a common chant amongst my friends whenever we’re deciding where to go to eat. And when it’s a large crowd, ayce normally wins. In case you’re not sure what ayce ...