5499 Chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges, Montreal, QC H3T
AVERAGE USER RATING
Open Hours: Lunch: 11a-2:30p, Dinner: 5p-11p M-Th, 4p-11p F-Su
One of Montreal's foremost sushi restaurants, this place has suffered from mixed reviews over the past few years; but it remains a very pleasant and ... More
One of Montreal's foremost sushi restaurants, this place has suffered from mixed reviews over the past few years; but it remains a very pleasant and popular place to eat in Côte-des-Neiges. Specialties include Shishamo, or grilled sea smelt, and a few other Japanese standards (tempura vegetables, for instance) in addition to the full roster of sushi. The adventurous might try the Sushi Pizza. Diners here tend to take their time, and the staff are more than willing to accommodate; it is a soothing, sedate neighbourhood fixture.
I came here while I was visiting Montreal in the summer. I searched for a sushi place and found atami with very positive reviews. I should mention that I live in Vancouver so I'm pretty good about knowing which sushi is good and which sushi is bad.
The first thing that we noticed was the overpriced sushi. For each type of sushi they have two types of prepration. For a dynamite rolle the normal price were 5$ and the expensive one were 6$ (You get this for about 3~4$ in a good sushi place in Vancouver). We decided to go with the cheaper one. When the sushi is arrived it was a tiny roll about 2/3 what I normally get for a roll. The taste ? horrible ! it was fresh but tasteless ... I haven't eat such sushi before.
When the bill came we figured out that they bring us the expensive type of preparation and the waitress was so rude and don't accept the mistake.
I really can't believe this place received such positive reviews ... Maybe the taste of french people is different ... but I've been to other sushi places in east coast but they were not something like this ....
All I can say is avoid this place ... this place is a rip-off
The food is excellent, especially the Geisha, rainbow, Kamikase and seeweed salad. Well served and delicious... The ambience and service is ok. The food is fresh and reasonably priced for a good sushi, for non sushi eater there is variety of other dishes.
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