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06-21-2009, 10:50 PM
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OT: Anyone know of a great Japanese restaurant in Ottawa that isn't too expensive?

As the title says, I am looking for a great Japanese restaurant, or buffet in Ottawa, thus, one that is bang for your buck in terms quality, while not being too hard on the wallet. This is for our Grads 2009 Reunion (yeah, already) in a few weeks. The restaurant must have great dumplings.

Please help me find one.


If you have any suggestion for any other restaurants/buffets of different origins, please post your comments, they are very welcome.


Thanks for taking the time to look at my thread.


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A reunion every 3-5 weeks or what?

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Only know about Sushikan and that teriyaki chain.

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Thousand Island Sushi for bang for you buck. But their dumplings aren't great =P Crispy rolls though, mmm.

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If you're in the west end, I like Sushi Kanata at the Centrum. Excellent hot & sour soup (which is not Japanese, I know...).

Close to Carling and March there's an all-you-can-eat place called Hockey Sushi (yes, seriously). It's pretty good, and come on, it's all you can eat

There's MHK on Clyde, but I think they're still closed for renovations. Which is good, because it was a bit of a dive in there.

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i dont know of anywhere in ottawa... but yakiniku (japan's version of korean bbq) is godly

maybe someone knows a good korean bbq joint?

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Shogun on Carling Ave is great, but it's not exactly cheap.

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Taste of japan in bells corners seems to have good prices.


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As far as AYCE is concerned, Banc Sushi on Montreal road
in the Eastend is great. Good food. Prompt and friendly service.
Rarely a missed order.

If you are in the Westend, Hockey Sushi in Kanata would be
my choice.

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Hockey Shushi Kanata at March road and Carling is a great place to go for all you can eat sushi. It's like 12 bucks or something during the week in the daytime. Thousand Island Sushi basically the same deal, but it might be a little cheaper.

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Taste of Japan in Bells Corners is very good, and, is actually frequented by many of the players.

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Totoya in the market has all-you-can-eat on Fridays and Saturdays until 9:00 I think. I haven't eaten there for this, but people have said it's good. Plus, you'll be in the market.

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wasabi in the market.

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http://www.sushi.infogate.de/rest/na...ada_ottawa.htm

i go to banc sushi a lot on montreal rd. It's really good but not that cheap. Pay with cash and get 10% off.

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PM the poster The King of the Town. He's japanese and owns a restaurant in Ottawa. Can't remember the name of it though.

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Japanese Village on Slater can get expensive but well worth it. You'll need reservations.

Think there was one called Suisha Gardens in the downtown core as well which was nice too.

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Yes, Suisha Gardens is very good.

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wasabi in the market.
Definitely the best place in Ottawa for sushi, but it might be too expensive for the 2009 grads.

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Definitely the best place in Ottawa for sushi, but it might be too expensive for the 2009 grads.
They haven't tasted university debt yet, they can handle it.

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They haven't tasted university debt yet, they can handle it.
I was never as rich as I was when I was in high school.

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Japanese village?

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Definitely the best place in Ottawa for sushi, but it might be too expensive for the 2009 grads.
either that or Genji. Wasabi i find more affordable than Genji.

not a big fan of japanese village personally.

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The Japanese Village Restaurant. 170 Laurier Avenue West. Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5V5. Tel: 613 236-9519

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The Japanese Village Restaurant. 170 Laurier Avenue West. Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5V5. Tel: 613 236-9519
My office went there for lunch last month. Not impressed at all. Suisha Gardens blows them away.

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I'm not a big fan of Japanese Village either. Genji is pretty good.

Suisha Gardens is hit and miss. He can be good some days but bad other days.

If the students are looking for all-you-can-eat, then I would suggest Thousand Islands on Carling, as someone else mentioned. It's better than Sushi-kan.

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