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Tojo's Restaurant


1133 West Broadway
Vancouver, BC V6H 1G1

(604) 872-8050
tojos.com

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars (111 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Hours: Mon-Sat 5pm-9:30pm
Status: Closed
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express

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Japanese, Where to Dine Awards since 2011. Best Upscale Japanese, <br/><br/>magazine 2006-2013. Tojo’s Great Canadian roll introduces fresh Atlantic lobster to house-smoked Pacific salmon. Other specialties include deep fried stuffed shiitake mushrooms and baked Canadian sablefish. $$-$$$. D (M-Sa).
by whereca on May 12, 2014 from whereca

Reviews

Best Japanese Restaurant: Best food, great service, fantastic overall experience
Rated 5 stars by Edward on November 18, 2008

Editorial Reviews

"Inspirational", "mind-blowing" Japanese dishes with "intense flavours" "live up to the hype" at "legendary" chef-owner Hidekazu Tojo's "world-class" Fairview spot where acolytes "sit at the sushi bar" to watch the "master himself" "carve away like a surgeon" and deliver omakase meals that make devotees cry "omagoodness"; "efficient" servers and a casually elegant space help lessen the pain of...
by zagat on January 13, 2014 from zagat
Tojo's is considered Vancouver's top Japanese restaurant, the place where celebs and food cognoscenti come to dine on the best sushi in town. It's expensive, but the food is absolutely fresh, inventive, and boy is it good. The dining room's main area wraps around Chef Tojo (who invented the California and BC rolls) and his sushi chefs with a giant curved maple sake bar and an adjoining sushi...
Rated 5 stars by frommers on December 14, 2011 from frommers
Hands-down the best sushi restaurant in Vancouver, Tojo's (named for owner/chef Hidekazu Tojo, known here as "Tojo-san") occupies a misleadingly industrial-looking space. The stark blue walls, warehouse-high ceilings, and enormous open kitchen are almost antithetical to the delicate, meltingly subtle dishes served here. The menu of sushi rolls includes some deliciously local variations: The...
by concierge on October 26, 2011 from concierge
Perennial winner of the Vancouver magazine award for Best Formal Japanese, Hidekazu Tojo has recited his brand of Japanese seafood haiku for about 35 years. At the dramatic (and quiet) premises on Broadway, signatures of shrimp dumplings with hot mustard sauce, baked sablefish, and sautéed halibut cheeks shine. A sake bar, omakase bar, and tatami rooms rim the room. Stars and moguls...
by vanmag on October 07, 2009 from vanmag
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