Food, Japanese food, Vancouver

Toshi Sushi

Toshi has been famous for their quality sushi and competitive prices for as long as I can remember. And for as long as I can remember, it’s always been small, crowded and not the most comfortable. That is why you should always expect a line up and if you’re desperate enough, to share a table with strangers. I have definitely shared a table with complete strangers just so I could satisfy my nigiri sushi cravings and paying a fraction of the price I would spend at other famous sushi bars like Ajisai (Kerrisdale) or Sushi Hachi (Richmond, BC). Continue reading

All, Food, Vancouver


Japanese Izakya/Lounge/Restaurant. The best of all the worlds. I’ve been here at least 30 times since it opened two years ago. Make sure to make a reservation!

Must trys:

Oxtail Ramen – best ramen noodles in Vancouver

AAA tenderloin seared on a hot pan – Excellent price for the quality and size

Corn Karrage – think french fries but corn

Negitoro Battera – Negitoro pressed sushi

Frozen Creme Brulee – it’s like half ice cream half creme brulee


… to be continued.

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