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    what we need is a top flight japanese sushi chef to move to Edmonton, that person would make a killing here...more than enough to offset the higher cost of transporting in higher cost fresh fish

    alas, in my opinion this just reflects Edmonton's tougher time attracting talented individuals

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    ^Are you offering to bring some back for us?

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    I like Kyoto (both downtown and University location). Their quality has gone down recently but still good. Furusato is probably best one I've been do.

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    Try Izakaya tomo
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    Quote Originally Posted by IanO View Post
    Try Izakaya tomo
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    Tomo's sushi/sashimi isn't his best.. his other stuff - is what makes him stand out imo.

    Sushi/Sashimi - Mikado, Kobe, and Wasabi are the ones we prefer.

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    Yokozuna's upped it's game since opening up. Check it out on Thursdays when they bring in different types of fish straight from Japan. (listed on their twitter/Facebook)

    Also, had Japonaise recently and had the 5 dish set menu (not the Omakase). It was very good and decently priced for what we were got.

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    Texas based sushi franchise to open in Edmonton.

    http://www.edmontonjournal.com/busin...599/story.html
    Gone............................and very quickly forgotten may I add.

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    Sushi Sugoi is up and running in the southside now. Only found a few reviews on Urbanspoon so far: http://www.urbanspoon.com/r/131/1795...Sugoi-Edmonton

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    Both Mikado and Zen are by far the most authentic sushi I've had.

    On both spectrums of the scale,

    Mikado, very much like what you would find in Japan in terms of high-end.
    Their preparation and presentation are top notch.

    Zen, on the other hand would be more akin to Japanese "kuru-kuru" sushi.
    Good value and if you're hungry, it is all you can eat.
    Plus the owner is quite a slick carracter.

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    which place would you guys recommend for take out?

    preferably DT or southside
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    Mikado SEC, Yokozuna Whitemud Crossing, or Wasabi in Lendrum. All three are Japanese owned, personally I prefer those over those that aren't as quality is their quality in sushi doesn't come close.

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    ^^ The downtown Kyoto and Mikado locations do takeout.
    “You have to dream big. If we want to be a little city, we dream small. If we want to be a big city, we dream big, and this is a big idea.” - Mayor Stephen Mandel, 02/22/2012

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    2017 update: yokozuna is by far the best in edmonton in my opinion (my japanese friend swears by it for edmonton sushi). Downtown I don't mind japonais bistro.

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