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great sushi. some very intersting combinations on their house makis and everything tasted very fresh!
Good sushi, but too pricey for what you get.
$98 for three people not including any drink or desert - still left hungry... sorry, no go.
We were 4 single ladies celebrating friendship on Valentine's day. Decor was nice, our table had a window view and was quite private, food and service was good, but nothing extraordinary. The only comment I have to make is that every lady that left the restaurant tonight in a couple, was handed a single red rose. No one at our table received anything. It would have been a nice gesture, given the girls in couples were likely being treated for dinner by their men. Not sure why they didn't try to make us feel special as well. Given the 'different' treatment we received, I'm giving low score on service. I think it's only right to expect fair & same treatment for all customers, but clearly we had been singled out.
5 Saisons was recently reopened after a major fire. The restaurant is in shipshape and has the perfect decor for a casual Japanese restaurant.
We were greeted and seated by the owner, who also took care of our wine. The menu features a long selection of sushis, along with a useful list of "Chef's selections" combos for those not inclined to pick themselves. There are also soups, salads and Teriyaki dishes for the non-sushi eater.
Service is fast and efficient, but could be a bit friendlier. Also, large and boisterous groups made conversation difficult at times. We went on a busy Friday night, so I will cut the restaurant some slack. The place is also BYOW and they have wine buckets for white wine - a nice touch.
We will definitely be going back, but perhaps on a quieter evening.
Nous avons bien apprécié les sushis spécialités qui, d'ailleurs, s'avéraient plutôt raisonnables côté prix. Le décor est bien, l'endroit appararaît propre et bien tenu. Le service était ok. N'oubliez pas d'apporter votre vin!
Bel emplacement pour des soupers de groupes. Variété de sushis pour tous les portefeuilles. C'est l'endroit idéal pour commander des spécialités du chef car les prix sont très abordables et les portions sont parfaites pour pouvoir avoir plusieurs choix à la fois. Le fait que ce soit un apportez-votre-vin est un +. Le décor est très beau. Côté service, par contre, c'est à améliorer. De plus, le fait que la porte d'entrée ouvre directement dans le resto fait en sorte qu'il y ait un peu trop de courant d'air, dépendamment d'où vous êtes assis. Sinon, c'est un resto à recommander pour les soupers de groupes pour pas cher.
unfortunately i did not have the pleasure of eating sushi, but from what i saw the looked yummy. i had the chicken teriyaki and it was good. service is extreemly polite and curteous. prices are good and its a byow, which makes it even better. cant wait to try the sushi... and they deliver... another plus.
We've eaten in and done take out and have been happy. The beef carpaccio is good, as well as the sashimi platter. We've had these two as dinner and were satisfied.
Takeout orders were also good, they always threw in a freebie. This was often something non-traditional, like a fried maki or futomaki roll in some pastel-colored crepe. Not what we would order but a nice plus.
BYOB makes this a very affordable sushi place.
One odd thing: at times the tap water tasted of bleach. But they brought us an ice bucket for our chardonnay.
The waiter was friendly and happy to accommodate a member of our group who has a gluten allergy.
the sushi is fresh and beautifully presented.
there is lots of variety to choose from.
the decor is nice.
the prices are reasonable.
The only thing better than the excellent food, great prices, and lovely decor, was the wonderful service! On top of all that, it's a bring your own wine, so what more could you possibly ask for??? This is a restaurant I will definitely be checking out a few more times in the future :)
The best sushi in Montreal!
Bring your own wine.
Clean and trendy.
Not too expensive.
Ambiance is good. Great for groups or a quiet romantic dinner. Restaurant was clean and service was good. We went with the chef's choice for the selection of the sushi. Sushi was not outstanding and it was not extremely poor either. Middle of the road. I would recommend it for those that are just starting out to explore sushi.