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 commonplace 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 Julietta. 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 colourful food in big portions. 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 out and explore our great Montreal sushi restaurants.

Montreal Sushi Restaurants

  • Mikado

    399 Avenue Laurier O, Montréal, QC H2V 2K3

    Japanese cuisine is an art in which aesthetics stem from product freshness and quality and where preparation is as critical as presentation. The dishes must be pleasing both to the eye and palate, making Japanese cuisine a truly sensual experience.

  • Sata Sushi

    3349 Ontario St E, Montreal, QC H1W 1P8

    Montreal’s true Brooklyn, Hochelaga Maisonneuve enriches itself with a cultural and gastronomic renaissance. In a delicious wooded and spicy atmosphere, the restaurant SATA SUSHI is one of the jewels of "HoMa," that gives to the neighborhood its new letters of nobility, with sushi’s of a generous subtlety, crunchy and melting at once.

  • Biiru

    1433 City Councillors St, Montreal, QC H3A 2E4

    Biiru is a nice Japanese bistro hidden in the shadow of St-James church, a few steps from Saint-Catherine Street.

  • Kuu Bistro

    1219 Phillips Square, Montreal, QC H3B 3E9

    Welcome to KUU Bistro! Our friendly Izakaya japanese food concept. We want to make every time here a new experience with our Fresh Oyster Bar! Special house rolls and appetizers!!! All sauce, rolls, meals are homemade!

  • Bistro K2 Sushi

    1468 Crescent St, Montreal, QC H3G 2B6

    Located in the heart of Downtown Montreal on Crescent Street in downtown, K2 Bistro is an all you can eat sushi restaurant serving up a widespread selection of authentic Japanese fusion dishes, including Teriyaki dishes, maki rolls, sushi, signature rolls, fried dishes and desserts.

  • Ramen-Ya Kurobuta Izakaya

    4274 St Laurent Blvd, Montreal, QC H2W 1Z3

    At Ramen-Ya, we aim to share the experience of Japanese fine dining by incorporating our beloved culture's many traditional cooking techniques to create only the best tasting and most authentic dishes. Ramen-Ya will appeal to anyone looking for a taste of real Japanese cuisine.

  • Tenka Sushi

    1470 Boulevard Rome, Brossard, QC J4W 2T4