Thursday, 4 May 2017

Tokyo Sushi

May 4, 2017
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Chirashi bowl
I'm a little disappointed by this one - it didn't have the same well-laid out presentation as the other bowl. Also, it had less real sashimi - they had tamago, fake crab meat and avocado. However, there was also octopus, a lot of salmon, tuna, roe, shrimp and butterfish. 
The bowl of rice was also smaller than before. 

October 12, 2014
Nestled between the condominiums and office buildings off Bay Street is Tokyo Sushi, a Japanese restaurant run by Koreans, that serves reasonably priced chirashi (assorted sushi) bowls at lunch. 
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The menu is pretty straight forward
Miso soup and salad
Salad and Miso soup
Always a nice way to start your sushi meal

Kakamaze don
Kakimaze Bowl 
Clockwise from the top: unagi (BBQ eel), wasabi, ginger, salmon, squid, salmon roe, sea urchin, tuna, tobiko (flying fish roe), more bright red roe and tempura bits with a poached egg in the middle
It was almost too pretty to eat! All that seafood on a bed of rice - Yum! 
It was really good - especially the sea urchin and roe (which you usually don't get in a chirashi bowl). The textures and flavours were great from the coarser in texture sea urchin to the watery roe and slimy squid and cooked bbq eel. Fantastic! I liked the poached egg on top too. Added a nice touch. 

Overall: Great lunch place - quick service and good seafood and bowls for lunch. 


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