Sushi, sashimi, maki and nigiri are found in Montreal Japanese and sushi restaurants. Tempura vegetables and prawns, udon noodles and teriyaki are often featured in Japanese restaurants here, too. Feeling hungry yet? Use our list below to help you choose the best Montreal sushi based on restaurant reviews, descriptions and location.
With four locations, Mikado is a popular, contemporary restaurant specializing in modern Japanese cuisine. Catering, take-out and delivery are available.
Described as a Japanese steakhouse and bar, Vargas welcomes visitors with a lush red carpet, dark wood tables and plush booth seating. Surf and turf hot entrees are available and include filet mignon, live lobster, lamb chops, chicken teriyaki and much more. A separate sushi menu is comprised of innovative concoctions with names like Mango Tango, Angus Sashimi, Lost Paradise and Belle Quebecoise.
Located on the corner of Metcalfe and Maisonneuve, this full-service contemporary Japanese restaurant features a menu of innovative culinary offerings, including fresh sushi, teriyaki dishes, tempura, classic salads, soups and extensive appetizer choices.
Located on St. Laurent boulevard, this trendy Italian restaurant offers a large variety of pasta dishes. An extensive wine list available. Reservations are required with deposit.
A classy decor is offered at Odaki, along with an authentic and modern Japanese menu. Order items a la carte or partake of their all-you-can-eat made-to-order buffet.
Sushi lovers in Old Montreal can try this popular Japanese restaurant, located just steps away from the Notre Dama Basilica. The restaurant is known for its inspiring dishes - beautifully-decorated with flowers, fruits and more - as well as its elegant and unique ambiance, which features dining atop aquariums.
This chic restaurant offers an array of delicious Japanese fare with something to please any palate. Fresh sushi, shrimp dishes, TAO, salads and much more are available.
This sushi lounge in Montreal's east end is a local favourite and offers both a selection of sushi rolls and Japanese a la carte dishes in a calm and stylish environment. Private tatami rooms are available for groups of friends, romantic couples or families. Open daily, hours vary.
Montreal's Sata Sushi restaurant is different from the traditional sushi bar. At the heart of booming Hochelaga Maisonneuve district, the restaurant fuses East and West, North and South. With a subtle mix between the classic restaurant and the trendy sushi bars in Manhattan, the specialties are consumed between a big rustic wood wall and a rustic wood bar, under dimmed lights and good music.
Reminiscent of traditional Japanese Ramen shops, this restaurant offers diners a menu of fresh-made sushi and noodle dishes. Extensive sake and Asian beer selections are also available.
Oishii Sushi serves up fresh, creative sushi and entrees. They have traditional and original creations available. Enjoy an atmosphere which is modern, intimate and comfy with friendly service.
Located in Westmount, this contemporary eatery offers a full sushi bar and selections of traditional Japanese cuisine. Lunch is offered weekdays and dinner is available nightly starting at 5:30pm.
Eat in, take out or have fresh sushi delivered from Sushi Mou-Shi. A large menu offers over 100 choices at this fun and creative restaurant. An all-you-can-eat menu is also available.
In operation since 2004, Ichi Sushi is located in Plateau Mont-Royal. They bring a twist on traditional sushi with a variety of dishes to choose from.
Voted Best Sushi Bar in Montreal for 11 years, this restaurant offers innovative cuisine by Executive Chef Antonio Park (formerly of Club 357c). The menu features the freshest fish, kobe steak, lambas-sushi-maki, newstyle sashimi, oysters tri-afeller, seafood soups and more, plus an extensive selection of sakes and wines and a warm ambiance with live jazz.
A casually, trendy restaurants guests are met with a creative yet unpretentious menu at Tri Express. Open for lunch and dinner, and express menu is available mid-day for those on the run. They are closed on Mondays.
Sushi Volant is a pret-a-manger sushi outlet with a variety of to-go lunch boxes for a quick snack or lunch. They also offer a catering service with a la carte and combination platters available. Advance notice is required for catering.
Daily all-you-can-eat sushi promotions and an extensive menu of fresh maki and sushi rolls are provided at this Mont-Royal eatery, which also features an array of Japanese meat and noodle classics for both lunch and dinner.
Open daily for lunch and dinner, this restaurant wows customers with a menu comprised of Japanese and Vietnamese delights. A large selection of sushi, sashimi and rolls are available with innovative chef specials. Vietnamese dishes include spring rolls, rice and vermicelli combinations.
This downtown sushi restaurant features a lot of competition but holds its own with an authentic menu of sushi that is made fresh to order. Cooked meals are also served including don buris, rice bowls, teriyaki dishes and tempura meals.
Casual dining and a menu of modern, innovative sushi dishes are served up at this restaurant, which features bento express choices, nagiri, sashimi, hosomaki, maki and futomaki selections. Catering solutions are also available.
Sushi is an art at Auro Cafe, with delicate pieces presented in a highly stylized fashion for an exciting dining experience. Katsu chicken, sirloin, tempura shrimp, teriyaki meats, soba noodle soup and tofu curry are also served. Exposed brick walls and chandeliers pay homage to the city's French history and elegance.
Sushi Shop is a Japanese restaurant with outlets across Montreal and Quebec at large. Their sushi menu is fresh and contemporary with innovative concoctions such as the Cyclone, which is served in a square, or tuna wrapped in lettuce and rice paper instead of seaweed. Express meals are also available for those on the go.
Open seven days a week, this restaurant has a la carte items in addition to midi-express meals for those on the go. Specialties include the Mexican roll made with shrimp tempura, spicy salmon, spicy mayo, sweet sauce and crab stick.
Miso Restaurant features a large selection of authentic Japanese cuisine with a contemporary slant to their offerings. Find menu items like Oyster shooters, Uni shooter, rainbow pizza, and Cajun tuna sashimi. Cold entrees (like beef sashimi) and hot entrees (like gyoza) are also served.
Bistro Isakaya is a tastefully casual restaurant where sushi is served fast. Ask for their special of the day appetizers which could include items like baked Japanese mushrooms or seared sea scallops.
The chef at Takara is considered a master, creating unique sushi with genuine quality and creativity. Even the decor here is considered authentically Japanese. They are open daily.
A neighbourhood favourite, Sushiman is a fast-food sushi outlet providing a fix for those all consuming sushi cravings. Ready made meals of sashimi, sushi, nigiri and maki are available. Tables are available for eating in as well. Black and red colours create a strikingly modern setting.
Located in the Mont-Royal district, this restaurant features an extensive selection of freshly-made sushi and daily chef's specials. Delivery services are available seven-days-a-week on orders over ten dollars.
A dining experience is what guests of this restaurant have. More than a mere restaurant, Kobe features teppanyaki tables, with diners sitting around it and a chef preparing food before their eyes. Open for dinner, reservations are recommended.
With a name that translates into "Brilliant girl born in autumn," one can expect a vibrant menu of fresh foods and stylized presentation. Calamari, gyoza, sushi pizza, teriyaki, katsu and sunomono are a few of the highlights here. Their Gucci roll is a specialty comprised of spicy tuna, salmon and lobster tartar with avocado, tempura and tobiko rolled in rice paper.
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Dim-Sum, sushi, Thai dishes and Szechuan specialties are served at this casual restaurant, which features an extensive menu, combo plates and chef's specials.
Located on Bernard avenue, this restaurant features a modern, elegant dining atmosphere and a menu of innovative culinary creations sure to inspire the mind and the palate. Chef's specialties and an array of a-la-carte offerings are available.
Sushi Shop is located on Atwater Avenue. The menu features a wide selection of sushi, sashimi and other Japanese specialities.
A sleek and Zen decor create a trendy spot for grabbing some fresh sushi. Mange Boire is best known for their grilled meats which ranges from AAA Black Angus to deer carpaccio. Sushi is creative and is a presentation of east meets west with ingredients that range from proscuitto to eel, marinated prunes to mascarpone.
We offer handmade quality ingredients in every sushi, so that people in Lachine can enjoy every single bite every time.
Chic and fashionable, Juni's menu is creative, specializing in sushi and Japanese but with International influences. Fois gras maki is one such example.
This restaurant is open Monday to Friday from 11am to 3pm and from 5pm to 10pm with a late night until 11pm on Friday. It is also open for dinner from 5pm over the weekend. Thai dishes and sushi feature on the menu.
Mikasa Sushi Bar specializes in fine Japanese cuisine in a classy and contemporary setting with intimate lighting. They are located downtown and offer a large menu of appetizers, a la carte dishes, sushi, sashimi, maki and desserts. Specialty rolls here have names like Dragon Eye, Nirvana and Ninja.
Offering noodles, soups, shrimp, prawns and duck prepared in a variety of ways, from all over Asia. Access Asia also offers a decent selection of hard-to-find Asian brews such as Hue and Tsingtao.
This casual cafe specializes in Japanese cuisine served in a casual setting. Noodle soups, rice platters, salads and fresh sushi are served. They are open daily from 5pm to 10pm.
Situated near the University of Montreal, this restaurant has a loyal following of students and professors alike. It affords nice views from the dining because of its hillside location, with a popular patio in the summer months. In addition to a range of sushi and sashimi, Atami also serves hot Japanese cuisine including udon soups and teriyaki meats.
Situated on upper St-Laurent Boulevard, this unassuming restaurant specializes in no nonsense, authentic Japanese cuisine. Menu highlights include wakame salad and azuma moriawase, which is steak served with chicken yakitori and tempura shrimp and vegetables. A good selection of both sushi and cooked meals are served.
Offering two specialized and separated cuisines: Asian food and Sushi. The Bring Your Own Wine feature is greatly appreciated by its sushi customers. The restaurant is located in popular Mont-Royal street but there are lots of free parking around.
Restaurant Yakata is a small Japanese restaurant located on Cote-des-Neiges. Sushi is featured on the menu.
Considered by some to be a hidden gem, this comfortable restaurant focuses on presenting fresh sushi in addition to udon, tempura and teriyaki. Save room for the tempura ice cream for dessert.
Restaurant Japonais Sushi Ogura
Located in downtown Montreal, this popular lunch spot offers a buffet on weekdays with all the house specialties. Or order pieces a la carte, or select from a variety of platter options. They are also open for dinner.
Also known as Dozo Izakaya, this restaurant is located on the second level. Pine furnishings gives it a relaxed atmosphere that isn't fussy. It matches a casual menu with fair prices. Sushi, teriyaki and vegetarian dishes are served.
Traditional and contemporary sushi rolls are offered at Ogo Sushi. A casual and minimalist decor is offered. Sit at cafe tables or saddle up in front of the sushi bar and watch chefs prepare meals.
Sushi Delice is situated in the Sainte-Rose area of Laval and specializes in using quality, fresh ingredients in their rolls and dishes. The restaurant operates on a bring-your-own-bottle policy and offers delivery service and take-out as well as its intimate and homey dining room for those that wish to eat in. Closed Mondays.
Kanda Sushi Bar-Restaurant
Kanda Sushi is most popular for their all-you-can-eat sushi. Noodles, nigiri and maki rolls are all available. Take-out is also available.
Classic Japanese dishes and an extensive menu of sushi are available at this Village/Centre-Sud restaurant.
This Japanese restaurant offers a large selection of sushi rolls and platters, as well as lunch specials, miso soups and salads. Open for lunch and dinner on weekdays, dinner only on weekends.
Japonais Sushi Zenya Inc
Creating a calming ambiance with its Zen decor of simple design, this restaurant creates a peaceful space for a nourishing meal. Along with the traditional favourites, Zenya's menu has a few out-of-the-box specialties like miso-marinated baked Malpeque oysters.
Restaurant Yuukai Fusion Japonaise on the popular and busy Avenue du Parc, serves affordable Japanese and sushi dishes. Sit back and enjoy the maki rolls, sushi, sashimi and other tasty dishes on the menu. Rare for a Montreal Japanese restaurant, Yuukai allows diners to bring their own wine.
A trendy decor with chic lighting is not a surprise coming from this restaurant located in Montreal's Gay Village. Expect a menu of gourmet sushi items complemented by soups, noodles and teriyaki meats.
A tiny restaurant and grocery store combo, Sushi Bonsai offers a casual atmosphere or enjoying fresh sushi. Eat in at one of the five-only tables, or choose to take out a large variety of options. Imported Japanese products are also available.
Feuille de Menthe
This Asian based restaurant has a sushi bar as well as other dining options including Vietnamese dishes. It is located near the Laurier metro station on Parc Avenue.
Sushi Shop Montreal-Mackay
Open daily for lunch and dinner, this regional chain specializes in quick-service sushi and select Japanese classics, including tempura, soups, salads, signature vegetarian dishes and much more.
Sakura Garden Restaurant
In operation for over 30 years, Sakura Garden was serving sushi before it fashionable. Today a Montreal institution, they offer a traditional Japanese experience complete with a sushi bar and tatami rooms, while servers wear kimonos. It is perhaps the only restaurant that serves Kaiseki Ryori, a traditional meal that is based on seasonal cuisine served in a highly artistic fashion--reservations for this service are essential for a minimum of two people and one week in advance.
Expect large, fresh rolls at this casual restaurant. A relaxed atmosphere is created with cream, leather booth seating, dim lighting and ambient music. Thai, Vietnamese and Korean flavours also make their way on to the eclectic menu here.