One of the most unique dining experiences in Toronto is at the ten-seat sushi bar at Yasu. The only option is the omakase, which includes 20 pieces of sushi, each carefully put together, painted with soy sauce, and presented one-by-one by the chef. You’ll try everything from the familiar tuna and salmon to less common dishes like monkfish liver. You’ll need $135, a snack before (each course is timed out, and you don’t get much food at once), and two full hours for the meal, but you’ll leave knowing you experienced something truly special.
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