While I was a bit surprised by the menu prices, this ended up being the best sushi I ever had in my life. Very well worth this. Thank you to the chef and the staff for this amazing experience!
I think this was the best sushi I've had in Toronto. Delicious. Unlike most places, the fish was served at the right temperature - not refrigerator cold.
We went here on Valentine?s Day and the food wasn?t as good as we?ve expected. Obviously we?ve given V-menu and we ordered from the 3options they provided. The appetizers were ok but could of been a little bigger. Main course was good but my bf didn?t like his at all. Dessert was HORRIBLE!! If you go there pls ask how big the portions are otherwise you would be shocked like us. The portions were super tiny and not as tasty as we hoped for. We went there with high expectations and maybe that?s why we got disappointed. Staff were super nice and sweet. They gave us a rose in a vase, that was the best part of the whole dinner. It costed us $250 and we were not full or satisfied. Only giving 3stars for the staff!
We came here because the fish looked fresh and we wanted sea urchin. We were only told 20 minutes after ordering that they didn?t have any. Disappointing. Everything was well presented and tasty, but the service was awful. Dishes took over half an hour to come which was insanely slow for the amount of food we ordered. The restaurant wasn?t busy at all either. Server wasn?t enthusiastic nor attentive. It took us about 20 minutes just to get her attention so we could pay.
I read about all the negative reviews before I come in. But their sukiyaki is actually really good! The dashi of sukiyaki is probably the best in Toronto, not too sweet or too salty. It remains its flavor after adding hot water. The wagyu beef is great, a bit overpriced though. The rice is superb, very chewy (in the good way). The sushi is?meh. Hotate sushi is nice, but the others are a bit disappointing compared with other sushi places I have been to.
Great food, fresh ingredients, creative flavours, great service, but quite overpriced. They had halal chicken and beef, which was nice. Staff were wearing traditional japanese kimonos, which was a nice touch but the shoes didn?t look comfortable, especially for waitresses who are on their feet all day.
Totally underwhelming experience and way way way way way overpriced. Yes, the quality of the fish is amazing, and some fish you can't get elsewhere, but the service was terrible, and when celebrating an engagement.... They bring a happy birthday dessert at the end, of some bland green tea ice-cream. Pretty much sums up the experience.
Tasty sushi, the fish was very fresh. The premium sashimi was really tasty. We also ordered the assorted tempura and beef tataki. The beef was very fresh and had a nice flavour. We paired our meal with Sapporo?s and green tea to drink. Service was pretty good. Covid rules are adhered to and I felt safe. I recommend Nami for your next sushi craving.
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