We wanted a place close to where we were staying in Vancouver and luckily this place was a short 5 minute walk! We picked it based on internet reviews and they didn't steer us wrong. The staff was very friendly and the food was delicious.
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They came three times before we were finally ready, and this was after we ordered a bottle of sake. The fish was really fresh, and nicely served. The egg was really good.... Not the typical supplier sourced stuff. Would go back. Near Yaletown station.
This little place has by far some of the best sashimi I have tasted in Vancouver. Japanese run restaurant has fresh of the day menu that changes regularly, and friendly and attentive service. To date, every item on the menu I have tried was yummy....More
Best Japanese food I ever tasted, the fish is so fresh and well prepared. Though the restaurant is small in size, but the quality of the food is absolutely wonderfully fantastic! Japanese food in Chinese run sushi place is no comparison. The price is slightly...More
After 6 years of trying different sushi places, we can honestly say that this is by far the best. We now visit almost once a week to enjoy the atmosphere, the extremely friendly staff, and the amazingly fresh and refined sushi. Visit at about 7pm...More
My girlfriend and I both enjoyed Kaide so much that we went twice in two days. We loved how the quality of the fish and also loved how everything was fairly priced! Definitely recommend to anyone looking for a down-lo, great quality fish and non-over...More
Vancouver has so much to offer when it comes to sushi, and this place definitely is a stand-out! We had the chirashi for lunch and loved it so much we went back the next day for more! The fish is so fresh and flavourful, the...More
There are more than 600 sushi outlets in Metro Vancouver, but most of them are run by Koreans or Chinese. Kaide sushi offers a truly authentic Japanese experience. The staff are very friendly, but most importantly, the sushi is amazing (and affordable!). This is one...More
My wife and I love sushi, so when we arrived in Vancouver from Toronto, after checking into our hotel, it was our first order of business to find somewhere that serves "the good stuff". Kaide Sushi was one of the top names that popped up,...More