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Popular Vancouver sushi chain Ebisu coming to Toronto

Toronto is filled with west coast imports. Some of our city's most popular new bars and restaurants - like Miku, Belfast Love, Cactus Club and the Shameful Tiki Room - all got their start in beautiful British Columbia. And the trend shows no sign of stopping as another Vancouver sushi joint gets ready to move in.

Ebisu, owned by the Kamei Group, already has two locations in Vancouver and one in Richmond, along with two other spots under different names.

This incoming sushi restaurant will makes its home in the bust Queen West neighbourhood, an area that already has lots of foot traffic. And it's taking over the former Sushi Queen space at 204 Queen St. W.

While Ebisu doesn't have a firm opening date just yet, it should have its soft launch in the third week of August.

Photo via Ebisu on Facebook


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