Friday, October 12, 2012

Sushi Couture, 456 Bloor Street West

The Annex is a sushi town in Toronto. Competition keeps prices low but doesn't do much for quality or presentation.

Sushi Couture is Kat and Jer's favourite. They live in the neighborhood and are avid diners. I trust their lead and so can you.

This restaurant stands out not only in its' decor; a sleek, modern room done up in black and red with low lighting but in the quality of their fish as well. They fly in fish from all over the world. Everything is fresh and generous. The maki is more fish than rice and everything that hits our table is beautifully presented. You'll pay a little more here but it's worth every penny.

My favourites were the spicy salmon rolls; smooth and buttery flesh that had real spice and without dousing them in that weird orangey mayo. The hamachi (yellow tail) rolls had a mellow sweetness. I could've eaten sixteen of them.

Dinner for three (6 types of rolls and one app) including two large cans of Sapporo, tax and tip was $99.00

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