Tucked into the upper story of a delightfully faded building in Chinatown, Kissa Tanto invites you into the little jewel that is the House of Plenty. First we will eat! Such supreme satisfaction we take from the delicate flavours of Japan and the warmth of ltalian cooking and feel it’s right to bring these culinary forces together to do a little dance. Why not? Soul mates are they not with their mutual love of noodles, rice, and proteins in their pure, delicious uncooked form? Think of the cool elegant crudo and cruda, crisp exotic salads, playful pastas, and rich, tender meats that we shall sink our teeth into. And whilst doing so, we will drink! We will wipe the dust off of the My Private Tokyo, inhale the burgundy scent of Barolo, sip tiny glasses of fine sake, and down chilly glasses of beer.
Come in and discover delights to intoxicate the senses. Restaurant Yugo invites you to experience the joy of coming together and sharing the finest fusion of delicacies and flavours. Exceptional taste mingles with warm camaraderie to create a meal to be remembered long afterwards.It excites us take the sublime flavours of Japan and merge them with the sophistication of French cuisine to create a harmonious symphony of taste and flavour. Enjoy the blend of sous-vide cooked endives with yuzu, sashimi with truffle oil, confit octopus and green tomato salsa.Let us be enticed by a warm relationship of flavours. Let us drink to the friendships, the esprit du corps, the way we mix together. And let us breathe deeply the smoky florals of a rich glass of Bourdeaux, sip iced Sake, and raise cold glasses of Asahi.We will laugh together, share stories together and enjoy our experiences together.
When two cultures meet, an exchange occurs, each gaining a new and often better perspective. Seizarepresents a seamless integration of the east and the west, a fusion of Vancouver with the best of Japanese cuisine.When you dine at Seiza, we hope you feel right at home. If there is anything we can do to make your experience more enjoyable, please let us know.
We are open for dine-in service. Making a reservation is recommended due to limited seats for the store.There's 15min grace period for the reservation, please be on time =)To maintain a safe environment for you and Gyu-Kaku staff, we ask that all guests understand and adhere to the following:- Masks are recommended- There may be limits on party sizes.
Located in beautiful Vancouver, Canada, Tojo’s Restaurant is internationally recognized for creating exquisite food served as an art form. Our dishes are fresh, unique and modern, rooted in Japanese fine dining traditions with a distinct Pacific Northwest perspective, using the finest seasonal, local and organic ingredients.We celebrated our 30 year anniversary in October 2018.
Indulge in our mouthwatering Mexican-Japanese street cuisine, featuring generous portions of flavorful fillings inspired by both cultures. We are bringing out the best of both cultures.Our menu is a vibrant tapestry of Mexican food and tacos, destined to charm even the most discerning palates.
Specializing in aburi, or flamed-seared, sushi, the act of applying flame directly and lightly searing sushi enhances the natural flavours and textures of the seafood. Miku owner, Seigo Nakamura, innovated the Aburi concept by crafting specialty sauces using non-traditional Japanese ingredients to pair with each type of fish.Located at the corner of Howe Street and Canada Place WayMichelin RecommendedWinner of Georgia Straight's Golden Plate for Best Japanese Restaurant in VancouverTimeOut's 20 best restaurants in Vancouver to eat in 2022OpenTable's 22 Restaurants That Define Vancouver Dining 2022Executive Chef: Kazuhiro Hayashi
Located in the vibrant neighbourhood of Yaletown, Minami follows the pioneering footsteps of its sister restaurant, Miku, in delivering the innovative dining experience of Aburi cuisine to Vancouver's thriving food scene. Each piece of sushi is flame-seared using a blowtorch and binchotan (oak charcoal), resulting in sushi with a smoky aroma and a melt-in-your-mouth texture.
This is Gyu-Kaku Downtown Vancouver and we are a Yakiniku restaurant. Yakiniku means "Grilled Meat" in Japanese. You are your own chef here. We offer tons of barbecue options with different marinades so you can try a different combination every time. We believe that Yakiniku has the magic to make people happy through grilling for others. Please take a look at our website www.gyu-kaku.com/vancouver/ for our current grand menu. If you have food allergies, please call us or leave a note on your reservation and we'll be happy to provide a safe dining experience. Don't hesitate to call us at 604-558-3885 to check on additonal reservation spaces. Groups over 5 are required to make a reservation over the phone.Our amazing lunch set for 1 is available Monday to Friday at 11:30 to 2:00 pm. Our Happy Hour is available everyday. Any of the red prices in our grand menu are our happy hour prices.-Monday All Day-Tuesday to Friday 2-5 PM-Saturday and Sunday 11:30-5PM