The city's most famous food critic, James Barber, said this small Japanese restaurant is the closest you can get to back street Tokyo in Vancouver. It ... More
The city's most famous food critic, James Barber, said this small Japanese restaurant is the closest you can get to back street Tokyo in Vancouver. It has a sushi and robata bar and tanks of live shrimp and geoduck. The crowd ranges from solo locals to large groups of wide-eyed tourists. Try the Fish and Chicken poached in Sake, Teriyaki Chicken Wings roasted on bamboo shoots, and steaming bowls of Udon and Donburi. It has a large sushi menu.
This is the real deal if you are missing the Japanese izakaya scene. Lots of atmosphere and friendly chefs too. Great for a group or as a couple as the bar. You can chat up your neighbors or not, and fit right in.
For a Japanese restaurant, this places makes most sushi bars seem inadequate, it's my favourite. If you're not familiar with Japanese food and are afraid to try raw fish, belly up to the robata and order some asparagus, a potato, and a piece of cod. I guarantee you'll find yourself amazed at how well the chef can prepare these simple foods -- it should get you wondering about what else they may serve -- be it from the live tank, ice tray, or sushi bar. If you're not sure about something, ask. The friendly and courteous staff will always try to accommodate you. Prices are very competitive and overall value for money is excellent. It's almost impossible to tell you're not in Tokyo while dining at Aki -- enjoy it!
This place has a great atmosphere. The servers are very friendly and extremely quick. I actually find that perhaps they are a little too quick.
The food is always fresh and always tasty. I have had a lot of Japanese food in Vancouver and I have to say that I think it's the best. The robata is wonderful. I love the miso-mayonnaise oysters but if you don't like rich tasting food, you may want to skip this dish.
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