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Sukiyaki rec's in Toronto?

bellywizard Dec 2, 2008 07:30 AM

I'm looking for a place that serves 'real sukiyaki'... As I know it: a hot broth heated at the table, with raw items for you to cook in the broth and then dip in egg.

Does anyone have ideas of where I can find this in Toronto?

(Bizarre experience: went to a restaurant last night that has a neon 'sukyaki' sign outside, but the waiter didn't know what sukiyaki was, and it wasn't on the menu. Help!)

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    tjr RE: bellywizard Dec 2, 2008 09:07 AM

    Ematei downtown, and Jimbay's in Mississauga. I think they're both fairly authentic, though I've never tried them (this is something I make at home).

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      deabot RE: bellywizard Dec 2, 2008 09:12 AM

      Ematei does a nice sukiyaki. You get the hot broth heated, the burner, the big plate of veggies, tofu and sliced beef and a few eggs. A very nice to treat to enjoy with others.

      1. Notorious P.I.G. RE: bellywizard Dec 2, 2008 11:18 AM

        I will third Ematei for Sukiyaki.

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          bellywizard RE: Notorious P.I.G. Dec 3, 2008 04:12 AM

          Thanks for the Ematei suggestion!

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            Bobby Wham RE: bellywizard Dec 4, 2008 11:59 AM

            I was with Notorious when him and his girl crushed a whole Sukiyaki dinner, it was GOOD!

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              Marimba RE: Bobby Wham Dec 4, 2008 01:25 PM

              How did they crush it?...Marimba!

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                Notorious P.I.G. RE: Marimba Dec 4, 2008 09:57 PM

                With my jaws.

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