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The Best Omakase in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / July 25, 2016

Omakase TorontoThe best omakase in Toronto leaves the destiny of your dinner to the chef. In contrast to impersonal AYCE dinners, omakase isn't about stuffing yourself with food. Instead, trust the the itamae to deliver a curated meal featuring fresh fish and seasonal ingredients.

Here is the list of the best omakase in Toronto.

Sushi Kaji

Sushi Kaji

Kaji on the Queensway doesn't even offer an a la carte menu so expect an entirely bespoke experience. Tasting menus give you a multitude of courses featuring an array of apps, sashimi, seasonal dishes, sushi and dessert. More »

Japango

Japango

In the heart of Toronto's burgeoning Little Tokyo district, this Japanese restaurant offers an abundance of a la carte options in addition to prix fixe menus and traditional omakase. Visit often to develop a rapport with the chefs - they'll remember your favourites and might even grant admission to the Chopstick Club. More »

Yasu

Yasu

In Harbord Village, this reservations-only restaurant offers a strictly omakase experience. The sushi bar prides itself on using only the best fish that's freshly sliced, set atop warm loose rice, brushed with nikiri soy and served immediately for maximum flavour and freshness. More »

JaBistro

JaBistro

Aburi and oshizushi are the specialty at this modern Japanese bistro near Osgoode Station. The chef's selection of sashimi and sushi comes with a progression of plates that might also include appetizers, soup and dessert courses. Advance notice (24 hours) is recommended. More »

Blowfish

Blowfish

Omakase served at market prices allows Brazilian chef Daniel Ken to showcase top ingredients and craft a one of a kind dining experience. Masterful knife work and a flare for unique flavour combinations pays off with single bites of tuna paired with seared foie gras and salmon belly painted with truffle oil. More »

Miku

Miku

This upscale sushi restaurant near Toronto's Harbourfront specializes in flame-seared sushi and promotes a menu of sustainable seafood. Order the Aburi Prime from the sushi bar for an omakase-lite kind of experience featuring chef's selection of fresh fish thoughtfully paired with sauces and garnishes. More »

Zen

Zen

At this Japanese restaurant in Markham, omakase options come in range of price points and include multi course feasts with beautifully presented seasonal dishes, apps, noodles and dessert. More »

Shoushin

Shoushin

Put your trust in chef Jackie Lin at this sleek midtown sushi bar and be rewarded with a curated assortment of personally tailored Tokyo-style sushi. Omakase tasting menus here are offered in varying sizes and price points. More »

ND Sushi & Grill

ND Sushi & Grill

This Japanese restaurant in Baldwin Village combines Japanese flavours with classic French techniques to offer seasonal menus featuring an array of hot and cold dishes. One day advance notice is required. More »

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