This is a small family-run Japanese diner. I've found it by chance because close to my hotel. It's unpretentious, cozy, and very affordable. Staff speak Japanese. Highly recommended!
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I've been eating here for 30 years and it remains consistently good. A traditional Japanese pancake-like dish is the main feature and that's why I go, but there are other dishes, as well as tea, beer, pop and other drinks. Very low cost, very filling,...More
Off the beaten path but seemed like a lot of locals were there, which I find is most always a good sign. The restaurant is small, cozy and authentic. I had the Yakiniku dinner which was really tasty, shredded beef on bean sprouts, rice, soup....More
This a Japanese restaurant is conveniently located Southwest of Yonge and Bloor. Menu is pretty straightforward and the owner and wait staff are pretty friendly. The okonomiyake is okay. Good for those who haven't tried it yet. However, coming from Japan and knowing the owners...More
Food was delicious. Takeout is available. We got the teriyaki chicken which was cooked fresh. The only reason not to get a better rating is that there was too many bean sprouts it could use more rice or other vegetables. The staff is very friendly.
We came here for lunch. It's only the second time we've had okonomiyaki and we both enjoyed our selections. They came covered in a delicious brown sauce (I forget what it's called) and a nice blob of mayonnaise in the middle. Luckily this wasn't covering...More
This restaurant has been part of the Toronto landscape since 1978. During my university days at St Michael's College- U of T - we would retreat here for the famous okonomi pancake made with cabbage, egg, onion, flour and topped with special barbecue sauce, a...More
During our two-full-day stay in toronto we came back here two or three times. It was quick and easy but still really tasty, I believe this style of food can be called "fast-casual".