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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Kaizen Sushi Bar & Restaurant

4075, rue Ste-Catherine O. (Av. Wood) Send to Phone
Sushi and Japanese specialty entrées for a price in downtown Montreal.

Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner nightly
Open late Thurs.-Sat.
  • Dress code: Casual
  • Entertainment: Entertainment Mon.-Tues.
  • Full bar
  • Reservations suggested

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Kaizen Sushi Bar & Restaurant Restaurant Review

: Traditional Japanese omakase is practiced here; it comes with a high price tag but can result in a unique meal. The regular menu supplements sushi offerings with Japanese specialty entrées such as tuna tataki, a marinated and slightly seared tuna splashed with house-made tataki sauce. Main dishes are varied, and include vegetarian options. Kobe steak and chicken teriyaki are just a few of the combo possibilities. The restaurant also offers wine and saké tastings, an oyster bar, and even chanting as a way of expressing culinary delight. If you are looking for good value for your money, this is not the place. Bring a date on a Monday or Tuesday night to catch the live jazz acts. Those looking to experience the Japanese cuisine without leaving home can order online, with Montreal-area delivery.


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