Came here with my girlfriend on a week night, the original restaurant was full so we were placed two doors down in a rented place. Atmosphere was excellent, food and service amazing as well.
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We have been going to Aoyama since it opened. We always order the Omakase Aoyama dinner. The food was so good that it offset the lack of ambience. However, our most recent dinner there, on May 10, made us now feel that even the good...More
We really enjoy going to Aoyama Sushi. Its a very good authentic Japanese cuisine. Great service and really great food. A goto place for good sushi in Toronto!
Went here on a weekday evening with family. We were a group of three. The place is quite small with limited seating that fills up. I highly recommend making a reservation before you go. We were lucky we did because I'm pretty certain if just...More
My favorite authentic Japanese restaurant! Have been going there for years and have never been disappointed! Best authentic Japanese Omakase served in true traditional Japanese order when serving special guests in Japan. Serves absolutely outstanding first class sashimi and sushi, excellent quality and fresh, great...More
Small restaurant - you will need reservations. Full menu with lots of different seafood and styles. Chef's omakase menu will introduce you to many of the dishes. Often there are specialties depending on the availability of the fish.
Went with a friend's recommendation.. The place looks humble from outside, and small inside.. But the sashimi piece was so fresh it's unforgettable, its freshness beats Ki on the Bay and Fune on Adelaide. We order their special set which turned out to be the...More
My first visit to Aoyama did not disappoint me. They serve first class Sushi. Went to Aoyama to have Sushi only although they serve many popular Japanese dishes and set course dinner. Sushi is very fresh and perfectly prepared. Mr. Endo, Owner/Chef is a skilled...More