Yuzu No Hana
Where: 236 Adelaide St W,
Price: $$$$ ($150 for 2 people, no wine, tip/tax included
The overall design of the restaurant was had a nice welcoming Japanese touch to it, nothing too special! WE first decided to sit at our own table but later moved to the bar in front of the chef to watch him torch some sushi!
|Yuzu moni; sake with yuzu jam, grapefruit juice and tonic water ($9)|
|Like most Japanese meals, miso soup is included|
|Oyster shooter; fresh oyster, quail egg, tobiko, yuzu ponzu, uni, green onion ($7 each)|
|Hotate (Scallop) Sushi ($8/2 pieces)|
|Yuzu Make: shrimp tempura, spicy scallop, avocado, tobiko, seared at table ($18)|
|Sashimi Deluxe: chef's selection, 21 pieces of fresh sashimi ($35)|
|Sushi Regular: chef's selection, 8 pieces of nigiri, 6 pieces of maki ($21)|
We appreciate the attention to detail the chef have placed into making the dishes. Any sushi-lover would know that the california roll is the most typical sushi to be served. Simply slicing the cucumbers shows how something so little can have a big impact.
Note: Yuzu No Hana also has the option for Omakase - a meal selected by the chef including, but not limited to, raw fish grilled, simmered, torched, and other cooking techniques. The chef typically uses the highest-quality fish in stock. Omakase allows the chef to be innovative and surprise the customer with creativity.
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