Like an indoor skydiving chamber and a robot who would turn off the lights for us when we’re already in bed, there are a lot of things we’d buy if we won the lottery. Regular meals (and the airfare required) at Miku would also be on the list. Miku’s sushi mixes traditional Japanese preparation with local ingredients, and prominently features a blowtorch - their Aburi-style focuses on lightly torching the fish to bring out the flavor. This Harbourfront spot is worthwhile for a special occasion, especially if you go all out and order one of the kaiseki options - a multiple course meal of the chef’s favorite dishes.

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