The best Japanese restaurants in Toronto offer the wide range of Japanese cooking styles and types of food, from cold and hot noodles, sashimi to grilled meats, street food to high-end, austere to boisterous and fun. Remember when Molly Ringwald brings sushi for lunch to detention in The Breakfast Club, and all the other kids are agog at the concept of raw fish? That scene just wouldn't fly in a movie anymore, as the Western world has embraced Japanese cuisine in all its incarnations - raw and cooked. It's come to signify the best of food, and Toronto is lucky to have so many wonderful Japanese restaurants to enjoy. Domo arigato, Japan, for all the great eats!
Considered by many as having the best ramen in the city, and always fronted with lineups despite three locations, Kinton Ramen has its game on lock. Pick your broth, your noodles, your meat and your toppings, and you've got a steaming bowl of the most delicious miracle elixir around. More »
This Cabbagetown spot is a lively, sociable place (typical of an izakaya environment), perfect for enjoying beers and their famous skewers with a bunch of friends. Pick from premium skewers like wagyu beef, duck breast or chicken thigh, and then move on to the sashimi, karaage and other bites. More »
I'm partial to the chicken at Kingyo (also in Cabbagetown), be it the karaage, the chicken wings, or the Kingyo Style Death Chicken (how can you refuse with a name like that? Poultry aside, there's lots of great sashimi, sushi, fish, rice, noodles and salad dishes to choose from. Make reservations and you are guaranteed a seat, with a side of friendly service. More »
Sushi Kaji is legendary - everything is straight from Japan. There are only 30 seats, but I urge you to get down to the Queensway for this very special experience. Chef Kaji gives you a choice of two tasting menus that move through appetizer, sashimi, dishes, assorted sushi, soup or noodle and dessert, all based on freshness and availability, beautifully presented and done with the utmost care, the dishes composed as if by magic. More »
This bustling ramen shop near Dundas and University (line-ups are a given) draws crowds for their Tonkotsu Ramen, a creamy broth with sliced pork belly, black fungus (otherwise known as wood ear mushrooms), marinated soft boiled egg and green onion. They now have a second location near Yonge and Wellesley. More »
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