Miku Restaurant - Toronto
We specialize in innovative Aburi Sushi and seafood. Combining traditional Japanese techniques and flavours with fresh, local ingredients, our highly skilled chefs pair each morsel of sushi with a unique house made sauce in order to bring out the rich flavour profile of the fish, and then seal the flavours with a binchotan (oak charcoal)- accompanied flame sear. The result is the secret to Miku's success: sushi with a smoky aroma, umami flavour, and decadent, melt-in-your-mouth texture.
We also offer a variety of seafood entrées, appetizers, as well as seafood platters.
Our menu is best paired with our extensive sake, wine, and cocktail selection.
Saturday, Sunday & Holidays: 12:00pm-3:00pm
(Daily)Bar Bites: 3:00pm-5:00pm
Sunday-Thursday 5:00pm-10:00pm, Bar Bites 10:00pm-Close
Friday-Saturday 5:00pm-10:30pm, Bar Bites 10:30pm-Close
Les meilleurs sushi réalisés avec finesse et délicatesse. Chaque bouchée fondait dans la bouche.
I usually frequent the Vancouver location and enjoy it but at this Toronto location some items I had were not fresh and I could definitly taste that it wasn't what Minami typically offers. Was disappointed in the quality of food for the price. I was also up at night as I had an upset stomach after dinner.
After thoroughly enjoying the food at the Vancouver location, we came away tremendously disappointed.
A wonderful evening of exceptional food and excellent service (Thank you Kaja and Dan from Japan)
However, in my humble opinion, the ambiance of the room needed attention-- lights were too bright and the music was non existent for a Saturday night 10pm in downtown Toronto.
Party of 5 for evening meal. The food was excellent. The presentation was a bit lacking with some appetizers which we recognized since this wasn't our first time at this restaurant. But I think this was probably due to it being very busy, our table of 5 rather than 2, and the desire to get the food out to us in a reasonable amount of time since we kept ordering food and drinks repeatedly. At restaurants of this type, you can order appetizers or small dishes and drinks all night if you want a lot of variety and don't wish to eat a larger meal. We spent roughly $150 per person.
Other than some appetizer presentations, which in the grand scheme of things is minor, the evening was very enjoyable and the food was excellent. I would recommend this restaurant and I will return.
All around excellent, 5 Stars. Not too expensive is a bonus. I’ll be back.
Cat, the server was informative, but toward the end of the evening she was almost surly and brusque. It may be time for her to consider a new career.
The food is simply outstanding. The flavors are unique, presented beautifully and wonderful flavors. It’s not only sushi in a typical way- there is so much more to explore on the menu although the pressed salmon is worth coming back for over and over. If you’re in either Toronto or Vancouver this is pretty much a must-go.
Amazing! Thank you for making our anniversary memorable! The food was delicious, and we our server was kind and attentive!
amazing sushi - the aburi style is something special.
it was great. my boys love sushi - they ate 10 rolls !!! we were vacationing in toronto - so mikeu was their place to go ( much before vacation) !!! they loved it....thats whats important. I paid over 200 dollars so I dont know about value but food was great!!!
Special thanks to Mun ju our server and all the other servers and sushi chefs...we will definitely visit again if we come back to Toronto!!!
The lunch was exceptionally good and was served by Brandon who explained everything clearly. Would definitely come back again.
Food quality wasn’t great tonight unfortunately. Service was great as usually. Always pricey.
Home from camp
Celebrating Son’s birthday
2nd time, was equal if not greater than the first at Miku. If you like sushi, then Miku (IMHO) is the best in the City. It's not cheap, but it's worth it.
Went with associates, and the food was so exceptional that we had to stop talking to appreciate the flavours every time we put something in our mouths. Totally exceptional, and we ordered the chef's selection.
We sat on the patio, as it wasn't too busy, and the noise levels inside (it's often full) makes it a little tough for conversation.
If sushi and Asian inspired cuisine is your thing... make the effort (and maybe make sure your bank has some room in it!), and go to Miku. Unparralled thus far in Toronto.
Usually the food is special this time not so much can’t quite put my finger on it
This has become our favourite sushi restaurant in Toronto for special occasions. I would put it on par with Kaji sushi, if you don't mind a little less traditional presentation and flavouring. We have been very happy with the Aburi prime menu. Unfortunately, the quality of wines available by the glass is not on par with the rest of the menu.
Sushi tasted like it was soaked in fragrance.
Food was not worth the money and the portion was very small.
I had high expectations of the place.
Interior design wasn't very tasteful, food wasn't tasty enough for how much it cost, but the service was amazing.
A good place for eating very good sushis, but it's too expensive.
Delicious food and impeccable service! Staff were also sensitive to the fact we were going to a concert and were sensitive to time. They gave us great recommendations on how to approach their creative menu.
Great service, Amazing food, michelin star presentation
Everything was good. Appreciated that the manager stopped by to check with us if we enjoyed the food.
Great service. Good food - small portions. Great atmosphere.
Very tasty sushi 🍣 and really good service 👌 also the ambience was good 👍
Always great food prepared and presented with professionalism
This was our third dinner at Miku and our first experience with the summer menu. The taste sensations are memorable in comparison with ordinary sushi. Service was impeccable.
Great food. The only thing that made the experience bad were the flies that kept hovering over our table. I guess unavoidable when you have a patio door constantly opening.
Very good dinner, everything we ate was good. The lady that attended us was nice and polite. Will go back anytime.
AmaZing as always! Great food, great service and managed to make a frustrating situation into an amazing birthday celebration. Kudos to the manager on shift for definitely making things right. We will definitely be back!
I would highly recommend this restaurant to anyone who loves Japanese Food. The food are really good, dessert is excellent.
Only that it would be great if they have Japanese Style Green salad.
Great food and dining experience as usual. Service was great. Torched sushi and soba seafood noodles were delicious.
Loved the food the selection of food and beverage choices. Loved trying new and interesting foods and drinks. The desserts rocked my world. 👌🏻
Every plate we had was tasty and delicious. The specialty drinks were amazing.
We were very disappointed with our experience at Miku. We made our reservation noting two food allergies with guests we were dining with, a nut and seed allergy, and an avocado allergy. The restaurant called us the day of to confirm the reservation and I discussed the allergy with them- they did state some of the food they could not guarantee, but when I said we would likely just have sushi/sashimi they said it would be okay. After ordering the waitress came back and said that the same source is used for all sushi rice so all of the sushi rice is likely cross contaminated and there is no way they could ensure that the food we received is allergy free. This was only brought to our attention AFTER we had ordered appetizers, and since we were going to see a musical that evening we did not have time to leave and have dinner somewhere else. Please note if you have allergies that this restaurant IS NOT allergy friendly and front line staff seem unaware that they cannot accommodate allergies!
This was our first time at Miku. The Staff was exceptional, very attentive and very much contributed to the dining experience. Both the nigiri and sashimi were excellent as was the octopus. We found some of the speciality dishes a little under whelming. It is not inexpensive, but overall a very good dining experience and we are definitely planning on returning.
It's the third time I have eaten at Miku. What I find is that there are some really good dishes and some really bad dishes. It is definitely not consistently good
Food was delicious, and very fresh as always! Service was really great too!