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k
kingsway Aug 24, 2011 04:34 PM

My local sushi haunt closed after 12 years of loyal service.

We are now in the market for a new spot near Bloor St.

I prefer something low key as most meals are with a 5 yr old (i.e. Kaji is out).

Thanks

  1. d
    DDD Aug 24, 2011 05:00 PM

    We like Momiji on Bloor & Royal York. We sometimes head out to Kumai in Mississauga if we have the time.

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    Momiji
    2955 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M8X1B8, CA

    1. t
      torontochris Aug 25, 2011 06:12 AM

      sushi to go down on queensway is nice and a little more low key that kaji.

      I would highly recommend a trip to spoon and fork in the plaza at kipling and queensway. The sushi is pretty good, creative, and lunch is i think 1399 all you can eat. includes thai as well, bbq, soups, salads, sushi, and normal thai dishes.

      Very fun atmosphere, would be fun for a 5 yr old I think, lots of opportunity to try. My 3 yr old enjoys it.

      The sushi place on dundas near apache burger, besides li's oriental (formerly holeechow) is pretty good too, and not upitty.

      enjoy!

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      1. re: torontochris
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        SubjectNoun Aug 25, 2011 10:32 AM

        Sushi 2 Go has a place on Bloor quite near Momiji as well. I've been to both and they are both nice.

        OP - Are you open to Bloor West Village as well? Or just The Kingsway?

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        Momiji
        2955 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M8X1B8, CA

        Sushi 2 Go
        2976 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M8X1B9, CA

        1. re: SubjectNoun
          k
          kingsway Aug 25, 2011 04:16 PM

          I am not opposed to BW.

          Thanks for all the ideas. I had sushi to go the other night. The service was really good, the rolls were pretty good.

      2. l
        Lakeshore Treats Aug 25, 2011 04:31 PM

        We've been going to Kisoya on Dundas for years and we've never been unhappy with the service or the food. They have Bento dinners, full Sushi, Sashimi (of course) and Teriyaki meals (beef, chicken & salmon). We also like the un-ordered extra appetizers that appear before our meal.
        Kisoya
        5084 Dundas St. W. (in between Islington & Kipling, north side of street)

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