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Aburi Restaurant's first East Coast flagship is situated in Toronto's harbourfront at Bay and Queens Quay. With over 7000 square feet of dining space, a raw bar, sushi bar, and spacious patio, Miku Toronto brings contemporary upscale dining and design to the Southern Financial District. Expanding east from roots in Vancouver, Aburi Restaurants and Miku Vancouver are known both locally and internationally for the innovative concept of Aburi Sushi. Corporate Executive Chef Kazuya Matsuoka brings Aburi Cuisine to Toronto by combining traditional Japanese flavours and techniques with local, East Coast elements to create a truly unique dining experience. Miku Toronto's menu focuses on Aburi Sushi…
We decided to splurge and spend $110 CAD per person, as 2 of the 3 of us have had amazing Chef tasting menus.
Personally, I am a huge fan of NOBU.
Dinner was 3 hours long...way too long.
The various courses had ordinary to bland...More
We thought the sushi was pretty good but then we ordered the sashimi platter and it was amazing. If I go back I will just order that and rice and be totally happy. Our waiter was Dan from Japan. He was so good. The seven...More
It’s absolutely one of the best sushi we’ve ever tried. We love good restaurant and we’re used to eat sushi.
We’ve also been in Japan for 3 weeks so I’m prepared on the matter.
We tried edamame (standard and spicy), calamari tempura and sushi.
Very nice taste on the few pieces on my plate that took two minutes to eat. Even if you are spending company dollars is a bad deal. With a drink the bill is high. Probably my worst value experience in Canada and the US....
Extremely expensive for what you eat. Nothing very special and the 2 of us didn’t digest well at all, sick all night. Went with friends so we were 4.
Cost us $500 for two, (we paid for the 2 bottles of wine but the wine...More
I honestly did not expect that much: ingredients are very good and the place is very pleasant. Service very attentive, present and knowledgeable (and not obsessive as in other restaurants). Excellent sake list. We had misos, sushi (aburi and the traditional nigiri) and chicken and...More
This is truly and Absolutely fantastic in every way! This is the best Japanese restaurant that I have ever been in Toronto. The female pastry chef Aiko is a new rising star in culinary world. Ambiance, cleanliness and professionality is at the top. Definitely worth...More