Cuisine: Japanese, Pacific Rim, Fish & Seafood, Steak & Barbecue
Contact:+1 514 279 4809
Open Hours: 11:30a-11p M-F, 5:30p-11p Sa, 5:30p-10p Su
The elegant, modernist setting for this popular Japanese restaurant and sushi bar is perfectly in keeping with the excellent cuisine. Diners can ... More
The elegant, modernist setting for this popular Japanese restaurant and sushi bar is perfectly in keeping with the excellent cuisine. Diners can choose from over 20 appetizers alone, ranging from dumplings to tempura to sushi and sashimi (CAD4-9). Soups (CAD2-4.50) and salads (CAD2.50-6) precede a suitably giant selection of main courses. Steak, chicken, seafood and tempura platters (CAD10-20) are alternatives to the huge selection of sushi and sashimi. Tables d'hôte range from CAD27-32, while fairly elaborate lunch specials top out at CAD13.25. Second location at 1731 St-Denis Street, near Ontario (+1 514 844 5705).
My husband and I are huge sushi fans. The first time we dined at Mikado on Laurier, was to celebrate our moving-day into Montreal 5 months ago. Since then, we've tried out a few other sushi spots around the area, and we picked Mikado as our favourite. Although a bit expensive, we like to go when we crave great sushi and feel for a little splurge! We've been back a few times since, including once with visiting family where we sat in one of their private rooms. The restaurant is cozy and clean. The food is always well presented. Nice staff. Definitely recommended!
This is the number 1 sushi restaurant in Montreal. Outstanding quality, flavor, presentation, and the number one pick of all the sushi afficionados that I know. this is THE sport for the best Japanese food. There are too many delicious choices to mention. Order all the favorite. Enjoy. Wish I could join you. Yes, it is expensive. Ask for a private room for special parties. Enjoy some wine with your sushi. The owners are too nice.
It is the number 1 restaurant that my family and friends pick for special celebrations.
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