Kanda Sushi Bar Inc

537 Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest
Montréal, QC H3B 1B2
514-288-3868
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Pour un repas léger en après-midi ou un festin à volonté, Kanda est le restaurant de sushis préféré des étudiants.

Sushi et sashimi
Petite précision: le mot sushi ne veut pas dire «poisson cru». Il s’agit en fait du type de riz, et de la façon dont ce riz est disposé sur la feuille de Nori (algues), farcie de poisson ou de légumes, roulée très serré et coupée en cylindre de la taille d’une bouchée. Chez Kanda, ouvert depuis 2001, leurs experts en sushi ont appris cet art au Japon et seront heureux de vous expliquer les idées préconçues concernant la cuisine japonaise, tandis que vous les verrez à l'œuvre!

Des ingrédients frais
N’utilisant que d’authentiques ingrédients japonais pour chaque rouleau, Kanda s’assure que le poisson est frais et que le riz, le vinaigre, la sauce soya, les graines de sésame, les légumes et les garnitures, comme le gingembre et le wasabi, soient de grande qualité. Offrant tous les jours un spécial à volonté de sushi de saumon, de thon ou de vivaneau, Kanda travaille fort pour convaincre ses clients que le sushi est aussi bon au souper qu’au lunch!

Quartier général étudiant
Même si les sushis ont la réputation d’être un plat de professionnels depuis leur arrivée en Amérique du Nord, il s’agit désormais d’un phénomène généralisé. Chez Kando, les prix sont abordables et vous y trouverez un menu délicieux. Destination préférée des groupes d’étudiants peu importe l’heure, que ce soit pour un lunch sur le pouce ou un vrai souper, Kanda nourrira votre corps et votre esprit!

Source : montrealplus.ca

Have you ever considered eating a slice of art? For generations people around the world have been enjoying sushi, a Japanese art food phenomenon. Invented thousands of years ago in Japan, sushi is a way to clean and preserve raw fish. Appearance and flavor are equally important at Kanda Sushi Bar Restaurant. Spending years learning the art of sushi preparation, the Kanda chefs pride themselves in their food preparation skills and are known for their elaborate and unique sushi plates.

Open since October 2001, Kanda Sushi Bar is a favorite among Concordia students and sushi lovers in the know. Japanese restaurants and sushi restos have an intangible tranquil aura humming around their kitchens.

Kanda's interior vibe emits a unique and peaceful feeling that really enhanced my visit to this special restaurant. The subtleties in an eatery are ever so important, but when you combine the esthetics and the warm staff, such as the omnipresent owner of Kanda Kenny and his head chef Jimmy and their delicious creations; well then you have left earth and entered Nirvana. The sparse modern Japanese decor display several paintings of Japanese women wearing their traditional garb. Kanda is a super place to unwind and relax. The restaurant is divided into three distinct sections. The sushi bar is very impressive and probably the restaurant's vocal point, people are huddled around Jimmy and his crew while they perform their magic with raw fish, rice and a colorful array of veggies. The window terrace view faces Concordia University's Hall Building. The back of the restaurant features a contemporary Japanese dining area suited for those more adventurous diners or for those that enjoy the full Japanese cultural experience.

Primarily, Kanda specializes in sushi and sashimi, the menu consists of a wide variety of mouth savoring and irresistible delicacies. Kanda is void of special dining hours or happy hours; drop by anytime for a blissful experience.

My dinner began with the Kanda salad consisting of zesty and fresh radishes, tomatoes, cucumbers and lettuce...simple but tasty...oops I almost forgot the to die for special orange sauce. Next up I was treated to an interesting taste sensation, the Miso soup (made with seaweed) was delectable and unique in texture and taste. My date and I sampled a wide variety of sushi and sashimi, including: Salmon Hand Roll, (made with a seaweed cone consisting of rice and salmon). Finally, the Surf-Clam Sushi, Salmon Sushi, Shrimp Sushi, California Roll (maki), Salmon Sashimi and ice fish landed o­n our table. This colorful display of art-like food almost looked too good to eat, but we gleefully managed to gobble up most of the selections from the menu. Dessert consisted of steamy Green Tea and Green Tea Ice Cream that surprisingly tasted very much like yummy, yum, yum vanilla ice cream.

Prices average between 8,00$ to 15,00$ for a regular meal. However, the sushi is really inexpensive. Sushi combos start at 26,00$ and that includes Soup, Salad, Dumplings, Chicken Skewer and an assortment of either Sushi and Maki or Teriyaki Chicken, Steak or Salmon and a yummy dessert. Of course you can put together your own wish list of Japanese delights from Kanda's endless menu.

Are you tiried of city life, work, the boss, over bearing teachers, maybe even your pet gold fish? Consider visiting Kanda Sushi Bar Restaurant, a refreshingly
effervescent oasis within our bustling city.

Source : orcasound.com

Heures d'ouverture

LUN-VEN 11h30-15h et 17h-23h, SAM-DIM 17h-23h

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Kanda Sushi Bar Inc à Montréal: Source : www.orcasound.com

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