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3.9 / 5 basées sur 17 évaluations
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Super bon resto de shshi!! Le prix est très acceptable et les sushi sont délicieux! Les kamikaze sont dans les meilleur que j'ai mangé!! Ça fait quelque fois que j'amène des gens manger la et tout le monde est unanime les sushis sont vraiment trop excellent!!!
This is my favourite sushi restaurent and I have been to many sushi restaurants west of downtown.
Great value for the price, which always comes out to under $40 for two people, no matter how hungry we were before hand. The average price paid with tax and tip is usually around $35 for two people. Bonus: It's BYOW. There is an SAQ a few doors down which is open until 10 pm every day.
The service is friendly, and I've never felt I've waited a long time for my food.
Washrooms are modern and clean.
Always parking on the street out front, but it's metered. You can park on the side streets for free.
No matter who accompanies me when I dine here, we leave 100% satisfied.
I was looking for a Sushi place close to work for a lunch spot & 5@7 spot and I was so impressed with the reviews that I decided to give it a try. I was not disappointed at all. The food was fresh and amazing, the service was great and to top it off, the price was good and it is a BYOW resto. I wish there was more than one person preparing the sushi; the service was good but it could have been faster. I have made Kejaki my new Sushi spot which is literally down the street from work. How lucky am I. You must try it if you haven't. 5 BIG STARS!
Kejaki is always first rate with their sushi. For those with a hankering for Chinese, there's also a good Chinese menu. A great affordable lunch menu is offered.
This is my local "go to" Sushi place.
This is always a great spot for tasty and affordable sushi! This resto features a BYOB and some of the friendliest staff around. Casual dress and the sushi selection is fair yet fresh and delicious.
This is probably one of my top 5 restaurants ever - sure, no place is perfect per se, but I do love the sushi here and their other dishes are pretty darn good too. We order from here about twice a month and have eaten at the restaurant once.
I knocked off a star because they forgot a couple of the rolls we ordered in the restaurant, but they always obliged my husband's request to have a swap of broccoli for avocado when he orders the BBQ eel dish (they'll probably know who wrote this by that alone =P).
Excellent sushi! Excellent price!
Ce sont les meilleurs sushis que j'ai goûté jusqu'à maintenant. L'ambiance est intime: c'est un petit restaurant et les prix sont parfaitement abordable, particulièrement pour la qualité des plats. La table d'hôte: soupe, salade kejaki, crevettes et légumes dans la tempura, sushis, dessert et thé ou café vaut le détour!
The price was excellent good value for what we got. We ordered a table d'hote for 2 and we brought our own wine since its BYOB!!!!!!
Small and just about the right made the ambiance just right.
The food is amazing but don't be too hungry when you order from there. The delivery is at least 2 hours!
They also served Chinese food .Portions far to large . Beef and brocolli , good tasting . But 1/2 portions would have allowed for assortment and a chance to try shrimps and a wider range off vegatables . Restrictive . Suishi pricey, but good . Disliked the fact the resturant workers after serving us a forced portion with no real choice came out when we were leaving and had a beatuiful cooked snapper and crab chopped up which really sticks it to the cleints. Not A polite thing to do. I say next avoid this place .
I love this place.. it's close to my house so I go there often with friends or family.. The sushis are pretty good considering the cheap price tags.. The resto also has traditional tatami seating, so it's fun to take a group of people, take off your shoes and sit all around the table. The servers are nice and the service is always efficient. It's a byo, which is always a plus for a sushi restaurant. The miso soup is good too!
We arrived at 5pm - we were the only people in the restaurant and proceeded to wait for 90 minutes to get served. We had young children so this was unacceptable. The food was good, sushi wasn't excellent. Overall I was disappointed by the experience.
The fish was poorly prepared. As for the nigiri, the rice was not even sushi rice. it was jasmine rice squeezed into a ball.
Miso soup was basically warm water, half a scoop of miso paste, and not enough salt.
they tried to imitate a fancy salad out of lettuce leave and caviar. how is that supposed to bring out the flavor.
I asked for tea at the beginning, they didnt bother give us tea
As for the service, the waitress is not to blame. She provided basic service.
As a chef, this restaurant is clearly an insult to sushi making and it's culture.
Seriously, your local supermarket makes better sushi than them.
Connaisseurs de sushi: resto à éviter!
Soupe: bouillon quelconque avec du goberge, une crevette panée (!) et des morceaux de saumon goûtant trop la mer. C'est la première fois que je ne retrouve pas de soupe miso dans un resto japonais.
Salade: laitue iceberg, goberge (encore!).
Tempura: panure typique d'un restaurant chinois. En fait, les serveurs et cuisiniers se parlaient entre eux en Cantonais.
Sushi: tiède, fraîcheur douteuse. Nous avions commandé le menu pour 2 le plus cher, et la sélection n'est pas variée.
Thé: un sac de thé dans la théière!
Crème glacée au thé vert: ça goûtait la poudre.
Service: Le serveur criait ses questions au cuisinier depuis la salle à manger, au lieu de se déplacer. On nous a lancé par-dessus la caisse notre total au lieu de nous donner une facture. Les cuisiniers mangent dans la salle à manger en même temps que les clients.
Bref, j'avais l'impression d'être au quartier chinois où l'on coupe les coins ronds. Notre repas a coûté $50 avant taxes. Pour ce prix, vous trouveriez facilement des sushis de bien meilleure qualité et ce, au centre-ville de Montréal.
28 oct., 2019