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MONTREAL SUSHI RESTAURANTS
The Go Montreal Living Sushi restaurants section offers you the very best in Sushi cuisine Montreal has to serve up! Enjoy a large selection of exquisite sushi like California rolls, ebi maki and spicy salmon tartar or shrimp tempura and Kobe beef. Always delicious always fresh!
               
  Montreal Sushi Restaurants   Sushi Shop
514.336-8885
Beautifully designed, Sushi Shop restaurants meet the growing demand for affordable, healthier meals any time of the day.    
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  Montreal Sushi Restaurants   Miso
4000 Ste-Catherine W.
Montreal, Qc H3Z 1P1
514.908.6476
Nestled in between Westmount and downtown Montreal, Restaurant Miso strikes a fine balance between new world Asian fusion and old world traditional cuisine.    
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Montreal sushi restaurants,

Sushi was born somewhere around inland china, and was very different from what you will now find at your favorite Montreal sushi restaurants. There was no raw fish at that point and not even seaweed. The prototype for sushi was actually a pressed block of rice with some kind of flavorful ingredients inside, usually something like the Korean Kim Chi. The pressed rice sushi contained different meats, fish and vegetables and was slightly dried in the sun so the outside had a crunchy texture and the inside was soft and tasty. At this point, from about 300 BC, sushi was a utilitarian way to preserve food and make it portable. Not like today where the trend is health and with a healthy lifestyle comes the quest to find the best Montreal sushi restaurants.  The trend caught on as rice cultivation spread over the sea and northward from Southeast Asia, and different cultures made unique additions to the basic recipe and arrangement of what was, for a time, called Funa-zushi. Montreal sushi restaurants have their own variety now of interesting mixes. At this point, rice fermentation could take several years, and once coupled with meat or vegetables to become Funa-zushi, the rice was not eaten.  As the habit of preserving meat and vegetables in this way caught on throughout Asia, people began to shorten the fermentation period and press the blocks of rice under stones to help speed the process.  Eventually, cooked rice was used to stuff fish cavities as a preservative; around this time, people started to eat the rice along with the fish. The great list of Montreal sushi restaurants will give you a great choice of what this beautiful city has to offer. 

As the popularity of sushi hit the coast, it saw the introduction of seaweed (Nori) and types of pickled fish. Once this traveling food made its way to Japan, raw fish was included into the mix, and rice vinegar was added to bypass the rice fermentation process. This clever innovation made it possible to prepare Saba-zushi in only one day. Something else happened in Japan, too; Sushi became an art form. It was no longer a quick "grab & go", purely functional traveling food; it was a way to celebrate the beauty of food and simple ingredients. All Montreal sushi restaurants have an array of beautifully presented sushi dishes. The Japanese changed the format of sushi in order to bring the simple combinations of everyday food to another level.  This is where modern sushi gained its artistic image, with beautiful dishes, colorful arrangements and the peaceful atmosphere of Montreal sushi restaurants.   

Sushi has evolved here in Montreal . Sushi has come into its own style and culture here, and in some places it’s common place to sushi on the menu. Crazy combinations of ingredients can be found inside sushi rolls, with bizarre names like the Caterpillar roll, Spider roll and Romeo and Juelietta. But beyond the crazy names and ingredients, the style of sushi has changed. Montreal sushi restaurants have taken on a decidedly western technique when it comes to sushi creation, adding area-specific ingredients and changing the shape, size and presentation format laid out by the Japanese inventors.   

In Montreal and North America the sushi is LARGER in general. The individual pieces are usually too big to eat in one bite, and the sushi rice is a little sweeter. The traditional Japanese reverence for good quality food in small portions has dissipated in North America, with sushi bars deferring to the new appetite and attraction to colorful food in big portions  

But change is not always bad. Strangely enough, this evolved sushi has traveled back to Japan to become trendy and  trendy here at Montreal sushi Restaurants as well. 

Sushi is a trend that will not go away anytime soon. Even though this popular food has its roots in the Southeast Asia of hundreds of years ago, sushi is still evolving in many parts of the world today.  Whether you are looking for a healthy alternative, enjoy Asian cuisine or just like to experience different styles of food, Sushi has proven to be the answer for many Montrealers. With its low fat, healthy character and delicious taste sushi really is the food of the future – even though it’s been around for more than a thousand years!  Sushi has come a long way from the three-year fermented rice with meat that it was originally, and it will likely keep metamorphosing for years to come.  Sometimes you just can’t beat the simple things! So go our and explore our great Montreal sushi restaurants.

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