The first version of this Japanese delight was in Edo, Japan, founded in 1933. In 1974, Sadao Ohno, a pupil from the original restaurant, opened ... More
The first version of this Japanese delight was in Edo, Japan, founded in 1933. In 1974, Sadao Ohno, a pupil from the original restaurant, opened Winnipeg's first sushi bar. These auspicious beginnings have flourished into a full-fledged restaurant that continues to serve excellent sushi along with complete dinners. The prices are reasonable, so the clientele ranges from business people to arts students. The main room is brightly lit and has aquariums found in many of the citys Asian restaurants. There is also a private dining room, complete with low tables and a no-shoes requirement.
This space oozes Las Vegas lounge hip with its cool blue decor heated by a fireplace and excellent martinis. It
is a cozy place that offers great drinks and a good menu with the Seafood and Mediterranean pasta rating ...
One of Winnipeg's hippest restaurants, this North American chain is known for its excellent pasta dishes that come with soup
or salad, sourdough bread and dessert. Interesting old time decor not only entices the eye, but also invites conversation. ...
Offering all the cuisine a discerning Japanese palate could ask for, this space provides exotic fare in an unpretentious environment.
This place has tried and true favorites such as the Temaki California Hand Roll, but also provides new experiences ...