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Products and Services

  • Aburi Sushi,
  • Aburi Cuisine,
  • Sake,
  • Cocktails,
  • European/Japanese Desserts,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
  • Japanese,
10 Bay St, Toronto, ON M5J 2R8
Useful Information

Opening Hours *Holiday hours

Lunch Hours:
Monday-Friday 11:30am-3:00pm
Weekend & Holidays 12:00pm-3:00pm
Bar Bites 3:00pm-5:00pm (Daily)
Dinner Hours:
Sunday-Thursday 5:00pm-10:00pm, Bar Bites 10:00pm-Late
Friday-Saturday 5:00pm-10:00pm, Bar Bites 10:30pm-Late

Methods of Payment:

  • Direct Debit

Meet the owner

Making the move to Toronto wasn’t an easy decision for Miku. The highly successful Japanese restaurant was a huge success in Vancouver, serving up Aburi-style Japanese cuisine to a packed house every night.

Miku had so many directions we could have gone and there were offers to go south along the coast to Seattle or L.A. But we really wanted to be more established in the Canadian market first,” says General Manager, Anthony Yeung. “At that time the whole company was still pretty new, so we decided the Canadian market was where we wanted to build our branding and make it stronger before we moved into the European or American market.”

Read the story of Miku Restaurant

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Toronto's most romantic patios

Toronto's most romantic patios

Miku’s patio is cozy and luxurious. While there might not be much privacy, (it’s a street side patio), you’ll barely notice the people walking by as you dig into Miku’s renowned sushi platters. The sofa seating will have you cozying up to your date in no time.

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Where to eat near the Air Canada Centre in Toronto

Where to eat near the Air Canada Centre in Toronto

Just a block away from the ACC, Miku is a great spot for sushi lovers. Using the famous aburi method, where the topside of the sushi is grilled, the restaurant has become a popular spot in Toronto. There is a full dinner menu, as well as a Bar Bites menu.

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Best new Toronto restaurants for fall 2015

Best new Toronto restaurants for fall 2015

Miku brings high-end Japanese to the foot Bay Street at Queen’s Quay. Everything is beautifully presented, using high quality seafood and ingredients. And sake specialist Miki Ellis has curated a fascinating sake selection that is as enticing as the food.

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