- What would a site
called "Bay Street Sushi" be without a page devoted to the food that is it's namesake? Here you will find references to the history of sushi, sushi recipes and of course, a list of some of the best places to obtain sushi.
- History of the food
- Of course sushi is native to Japan right? Right. This may also be the original fast food. It was designed to be prepared and eaten quickly with the fingers if required while at theatres or travelling.
- Raw Fish?
- Sure but not always. Sashimi is raw fish sushi, but there are many types that do not include raw seafood. Some are even Vegitarian.
Wikipedia Sushi Page - Very good sushi Primer
- Where to get Sushi in Toronto
- Due to our extreme cultural diversity Toronto is blessed with an abundance of restaurants to satisfy any taste. Sushi has become ubiquitous but comes in many levels of quality and authenticity.
- Quik Sushi -
St. Lawrence market Lower Level. This is a very authentic sushi shop with excellent prices and variety. Very friendly and will acomodate special requests.
- Found at the corner of Front and Jarvis - 93 Front Street East - (416)-603-0016
- NAMI - If
you want fine dining and the chance to rub shoulders with hollywood elite looking for a bit of Japanese flavour then this is your venue. Dressy Casual is the tone and if you wish you can ask for a tabel at which you kneel or sit cross legged in the Japanese style.
- 55 Adelaide St. East between Yonge and Church on the south side.
- AKCO Lounge (Ho Shim Take out) - This is where the Traders kick back at the end of the day and enjoy drinks and good food in this modern restaurant. During lunch ACKO is packed with people making deals and enjoying some of the finest Japanese and asian inspired foods this side of the pacific.
- In the Concourse level of First Canadian Place 100 King St. West.