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3.5 stars 37 reviews

AME Supper Club

19 Mercer Street
Toronto, ON  M5V 3C6

(416) 599-7246

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3.5 star rating
myshell Toronto, Ontario March 23, 2011
Amazing Sashimi

My girlfriend recently celebrated her birthday at AME. We came for dinner, which was really good, the sashimi was cut perfectly and it was super fresh - possibly the best I've had. The venue has a lounge / club type feel after dinner hours, and it fills up pretty quickly. The music was great and we had a really good evening!!

3.5 star rating
Sweets March 23, 2011
Sushi To Die For

My girlfriends and I went to AME for the first time a couple of Saturdays ago, and we were all really impressed. The sushi and sashimi were fresh and super yummy, dinner was excellent!! We stayed for more drinks and great music afterwards. The place gets packed, the crowd was awesome, mature and dressed to impressed!! You must go here for dinner, you won't be disappointed!!

3.5 star rating
Gabriella July 15, 2011
Love it!

Amazing food! Incredible atmosphere!!

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3.5 star rating
February 05, 2012

This cool, Japanese-style supper club delivers tasty food with plenty of flourish.

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3.5 star rating
January 13, 2012

The Rubino brothers, Michael and Guy, are local legends for their highly stylized restaurants and serious dedication to the culinary arts. This very modern lounge and restaurant, rich with wood and fine textiles, is their latest creation: a Japanese reinvention of their acclaimed Rain restaurant. The focus is on sushi and sashimi with a Robata grill, plus an elegant dinner menu. The vegetable... more

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3.5 star rating
March 26, 2011

AME is undeniably one of the sexiest dining adventures in Toronto. Hidden on Mercer Street, in the space that used to be home to uber pricey Rain, it's an emporium of neo Japanese chic and eastern exoticism. Upon entry, we leave the outside world behind and step into a completely different universe with no windows. Inside, the restaurant is a harmonic balance of wood, stone and concrete. The... more

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3.5 star rating
Creative dishes, good taste, but over priced.
December 26, 2011

It's got one of the best decor in Toronto. The bar near the entrance is a really good place to have a Japanese beer before dinner. Service very professional too. There was this one redneck old lady... more

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3.5 star rating
October 31, 2011

Everything was absolute perfection; I'd recommend Ame to any and everyone.

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3.5 star rating
October 31, 2011

Was referred by a friend who loved it - and we loved it too. Decor and plating of food was top was gorgeous. Service was wonderful, too. Cocktails were the best I've ever had. Will certainly be back!

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September 26, 2013

The Rubino brothers are at it again. Executive chef and Made to Order co-host/producer Guy and his brother Michael — who brings the business and design savvy and also produces Made to Order — have replaced hugely successful Rain with a new Japanese venture with Charles Khabouth (Ultra, Spice Route, Tattoo). It’s no coincidence that Ame means “rain” in Japanese. In classic Rubino style — classic... more

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February 27, 2013

Indulge in some Asian flavors at Ame. This chic restaurant with a beautiful decor is great for large groups and that exclusive fine dining experience. From sushi to noodles, rice and other exotic Japanese delights, you can delve further in nay of their wide array of wines.

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September 06, 2011

You'd never know it now, but the building that houses this super chic restaurant was once a women's prison. Sleek lines, contemporary banquettes and earthy colors are punctuated by shiny pebbled walls, cascading waterfalls and dramatic lighting. The sophistication extends to the menu, which includes grilled miso-marinated cod with tatsoi greens, and tempura shrimp in shiso leaves with a... more

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