Recently, I’ve been spending a lot of time working on a very important article for me. Japanese food has always been my favourite, and while this list that I’ve written for Toronto.com is by no means exhaustive, I do think it has some of the best Japanese cuisine you can find in the city. Continue reading
Well, this will be the last update before the new year! While it’s not anything crazy amazing, I am fulfilling a request made by one of my viewers from a while ago, and Tokyo Kitchen happens to have the best teriyaki I have eaten in recent memory.
When you don’t want to wait in line for an hour, a nice humble abode you can go to that offers some delicious fare is Koyoi! Not quite as loud and exciting as Guu, but they have a variety of alcoholic beverages, Japanese beers on tap, a reserved and quiet atmosphere, seating you don’t have to wait for, and most importantly, good grub (with bigger portions and cheaper prices, if I may add)!
When eating raw fish is simply not enough, the Japanese also have teppanyaki. Continue reading
Back in the day, J-Town (which I covered here) and Taro’s Fish used to be in the same small mall. Even though there is now a replacement for Taro’s Fish in J-Town, my dad and I have personally always remembered Taro’s Fish quality to be a cut above the new seafood area. Not to mention, Taro’s Fish was better at cutting fish, and they would always have different kinds of oysters that they would shuck for you if you wanted them. So when I accidentally rediscovered Taro’s Fish via the wonders of the internet, my family went on a little food adventure.
I’ve been meaning to blog about this place for a while now. I always tell people to go to J-Town, and everyone always goes, “Huh? J-Town? Wuzzat?” So now, I present to you the bakery, market, cafe, fish store, meat shop, sushi place AND MORE that is J-Town!