Sushi chef Ken Zhang succeeds in bringing the high quality fresh fish of Japango and Yuzu No Hana to the Bloor Street area.
Those used to massive menus at sushi places with tons of specialty rolls, hand rolls, soups and more may be deterred by the simple menu found at Sushi Couture.
But fear not! For most items on the menu are carefully crafted by the expert hands of Chef Ken Zhang, notorious for his work at Japango (arguably the best sushi in Toronto).
The sashimi dinner was an absolute delight. 15 pieces of assorted fish, such as salmon, surf clam and Japanese mackeral.
Unlike most sushi restaurants in the area you can really taste the freshness and quality of the fish – I left with zero doubts of the chef’s skill in finding and properly serving only the best of the best to his customers.
The menu also includes a $75 omakase – a set meal of eight course hand selected and crafted by the chef. While this may seem pricey, it is very far on the cheaper end of the spectrum when it comes to this type of meal.
Sushi Couture sets the standard for how sushi restaurants ought to be – quality fish, reasonable prices and excellent presentation.
456 Bloor Street W.