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Japango Sushi & Noodle Restaurants

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Location #1: 122 Elizabeth Street, Toronto, ON
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(416) 599-5557
Location #2: 2209 Queen Street East, Toronto, ON
Queen st / Woodbind ave
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(416) 690-5959
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Cuisine: Japanese  

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reviewed by ken buck,   visited on 2009-11-17 ,  overall
Cost Per Person $30  
The Japango on Queen Street is VERY QUIET, something that is rare
in restaurants these days. You can actually talk to people at your
table in normal conversational volumes. Music is well chosen and
never dominates the room in an attempt to impose "atmosphere"
upon the diners.
And the food is perfection at very reasonable prices. Choose
anything on the menu and you will be in for a culinary treat. My
personal favorite is the grilled teriyaki salmon.
We live in another city and visit the beaches once a month and one
of the highlights of our visits is our monthly meal at Japango.


reviewed by JamesQL,   visited on 2007-02-17 ,  overall
had the butterfish nigiri and it tasted okay. my gf had salmon teriyaki and it is bit small portion. nothing special either.

overall, i am little disappointed with the food. it is not bad but i don't find it as good as others have described.

yes. really tiny place!

reviewed by Elwin,   visited on 2006-10-10 ,  overall
Cost Per Person $70   Tags: best japanese
I have been to Nami, Hiro, Kaji, Solo and dozens of big name and no name sushi joints in Toronto. Japango has got to be amongst the top. Certainly right up there with those named above. Omakase is the only way to go at these great places and at both Kaji and Solo, both my dinning partner and I found a disjoint between the sushi bar and the kitchen. Impeccable sushi at all of the above but at both Kaji and Solo, the kitchen's products were disappointing, especially given the hype that surround both restaurants. Not so at Japango. Fantastic both at the bar and the kitchen so Omakase is definitely worth every penny. Avg. price for omakase and you will not be disappointed to pay the tab. It is one of the few places where I look forward to oyster in any form, uni, and salmon from the kitchen. The sushi bar is phenomenal and the kitchen food is also outstanding. A great relaxed atmosphere where you can really sit back and enjoy the food for the food. It is small and can be cramped but the staff are extremely friendly and accomodating. My favorite Sushi joint because the quality and price make it an easy decision every time.

reviewed by artificialard,   visited on 2006-08-26 ,  overall
1.5 blocks west of Yonge along Dundas and has excellent sushi at a great price. It's fresh, beautifully done and run by real Japanese chefs. Good for takeout too and is still one of the best places I can find for sushi in Toronto,

reviewed by spigot,   visited on 2006-08-19 ,  overall
it's one of my favourite Toronto restaurants. Their butterfish nigiri is gorgeous - reverse-engineering how they do it, seems it's brushed with sesame oil and run quickly under a broiler; it's just the teeniest bit seared and slightly warmish. Mmmmmm: I could eat nothing but for the rest of my life.

reviewed by TorontoJo,   visited on 2006-08-08 ,  overall
Japango is a great little sushi joint in the city. Great value, great sushi. And they also have an omakase option. Not in the same league as Sushi Kaji, but a great option for a second sushi dinner.

reviewed by Juniper,   visited on 2006-04-16 ,  overall
very good a la carte and omakase. The place is TINY so you definitely need reservations. Prices are mid-to-high end, but quality is very good.

reviewed by Janine,   visited on 2006-01-25 ,  overall
I went 2 weeks ago requesting seafood only. I inquired about the price partway through the meal since it was never stated. We were told it depends on the cost of the ingredients. Most of our meal was Japanese imported fish so it cost $70 each. It was amazing..enjoyed it thoroughly.

reviewed by willis,   visited on 2006-01-15 ,  overall
between $45 and $60/person. many many many tiny courses. very good and easily worth it. i would call ahead and explain your situation. they will likely do something to cater to your needs.

first time i tried their omikase, i didn't know it was variable. my dining companion and i were completely full and asked the waitress if there was going to be much more. she looked surprised and explained that the chef was wondering if we were ever going to stop. all had a good laugh.

reviewed by Cheech5001,   visited on 2005-12-07 ,  overall
It is just behind City Hall. I believe they take reservations. and I strongly suggest making a res, as the restaurant only seats 20.

There is no set price.

When you arrive, tell your server, or Bruce, the chef, how much you want to spend, and he will prepare a meal according to your budget.

If you have something you would like, or something you would not like, be sure to tell him that as well.

As you may guess, I am a regular diner at Japango, and can not say enough good things about it.


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