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We are near Theatres, Shopping, Harbourfront, Dundas Square and all major Downtown Attractions. We are a short walk from the Eaton Centre. Book early for the upcoming Film Festival and Holiday Party Season. Don't miss this one of a kind dining experience.
NAMI, located in the downtown core, is considered one of Toronto's finest authentic Japanese restaurants and has been for well over 20 years.
I find the decor in here to be really dark (dim lighting, dark furniture etc) but the food is yummy. The fish is fresh and they have a GREAT sushi pizza. Overpriced but worth one visit.
Sushi & sashimi is excellent, but overall it was not a standout experience to justify price. Would try to other places.
an ultimate sushi experience
"The fresh fish and creative dishes wake up your taste buds" while the "decor takes you to the Far East" at this long-time Downtown Japanese offering "wide-ranging" choices from sushi to specialties from the "bonus" robata grill; kimono-clad servers who "never rush you" make it a "favourite" for a "lingering meal."
My wife and I went here for a spontaneous date night on Monday and we were quite surprised.
The environment is perfect for a date. We were seated away from the main part of the dining area but in a secluded booth that really allowed us the privacy we need. It was quite romantic. The servers and chefs are Japanese... more
After being greeting by the Shogun warrior statue at the door my group was escorted to a little private dining alcove. I also noticed there were tatami room available for larger groups. The sushi was excellent, although I've had better, there was nothing to complain about. Very typical selection given. For waht it was and for the price it was... more
Menu price is reasonable till you get the order. I keep it simple and order the Sashimi Moriawase for $28.50. The price seem reasonable till you get the order. I was suppose to get seven different variety of fish on got six, missing the BC tuna, plus they only give you two slice of each. The miso soup was okay... more
Traditional makimono, sushi and sashimi dining, plus a robata bar for grilled-to-order seafood, steak, chicken and vegetables. Sushi and seafood dishes are a specialty. Lunch Mon.-Fri., dinner Mon.-Sat. Smart casual. Sushi à la carte: $3.95-$12.50. Entrees: $18.95-$35. AE, MC, V.
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Kimono-clad servers greet guests at Nami, a traditional restaurant in downtown Toronto. The 20-year-old establishment has modern décor with trad Japanese cuisine. The robata bar allows guests to sit in front of a grill and watch chefs grill seafood, beef, chicken or vegetables made to order. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner and has a large menu. Lunch options include teriyaki dishes... more