Delicious Japanese dinner in Montreal

Japanese food is a little like Quebec restaurants: there is something for everyone, and at a wide range of price points. From teppanyaki to sushi, ramen, izakaya dishes and more, Japanese cuisine continues to grow in popularity – and more and more restaurants are popping up to meet this demand. With this in mind, here’s a list of top Japanese restos to make your explorations a bit easier.

Restaurant Shô-Dan

2020, rue Metcalfe, Montréal, QC H3A 1X8

Shô-Dan is a business lunch paradise. The dining room is large, the service is friendly and prompt, and the dishes are consistently well executed.

Miso Restaurant & Sushi Bar

4000, rue Sainte-Catherine O, Westmount, QC H3Z 1P1

This restaurant is sorely underestimated. The menu includes several fusion and relatively classic dishes, but it is the mastery of traditional sushi that makes this restaurant a must.

Restaurant Imadake

4006, rue Sainte-Catherine O, Westmount, QC H3Z 1P2

Sakeeeee BOMB! This izakaya is a resto-bar where people of all ages gather to eat Japanese-style appetizers and small dishes to share, drink beer, and enjoy sake bombs, those shots of shochu or sake that you must drink while yelling!

Kinka Izakaya

1624 Sainte-Catherine St W, Montréal, QC H3H 2S7

This izakaya is relatively conventional and serves authentic Japanese pub dishes.

Park Restaurant

378, av Victoria, Westmount, QC H3Z 2N4

The sushi of chef Antonio Park may not be totally authentic, but the wonderful artistic presentations and impeccably fresh ingredients of this well-known chef are breathtaking.


5329, boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2T 1S5

This lovely restaurant offers an interesting combination of traditional Japanese dishes and Chinese-Quebec fusion options. To complete the portrait, it offers tableside service, using French-style guéridons, and American cocktails. Eclectic and delicious!

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