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Bistro Japonais Furusato
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2137 Rue de Bleury Montréal, QC H3A
2137 Rue de BleuryCAQCMontréalH3A
(514) 849-3438
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Homey subterranean nook serving a menu of hearty, family-style Japanese dishes & sushi.- Google
People talk about japanese restaurant, authentic japanese, sushi and sashimi, black sesame ice cream and chawan mushi
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Anh Thu Dinh
reviewed 3 months ago
Small hidden place downtown not easily spot by people but always full. Really have to reserve before coming. I came here twice to try traditional japanese meals and sushi. I have to say the sashimi was amazing, very fresh especially the scallop. A bit too much rice in the maki but taste good and soft. The traditional foods are average, not much meat in ramen. Sake bottle a bit small for the price. Very nice service.
BaoPhac Do
reviewed 6 months ago
This hole in the wall has the best cooked Japanese food in town. The sushi selection is pedestrian and the alcohol selection is minimal. Service can be abysmally slow with only 1 cook in the kitchen and the chef owner at the sushi bar. Having said that, if you get there early or do not mind a relaxed pace for dinner, it has everything you want from your new Japanese mom. Highlights include the tempura, grilled squid, udon soups, grilled fish, and donburi combos. Lunch specials are well priced with enough variety to satisfy any taste. Before I purchased property it was a weekly visit.
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Softy Gal
reviewed 11 months ago
This restaurant is small you might want to reserve 1st. Its the best and closest to real authentic Japanese food! I love this place and I recommend it to anyone who wants to taste real Japanese food and excellent fresh sushis! All the staff is very nice too!
Yanick Chouinard
reviewed 7 months ago
I had a dinner at your restaurant. I have to say an overall poor experience... First, you get inside, NO ambiance,No music, Too clear. I had the feeling to be in a popular soup for homeless.... No sign or name of the restaurant in the front...!?! Service is also poor. I order a salad as an appetizers, I had it after my main plate sushis...?!?! And the worst of the worst...A Japanese restaurant, not able to do sushis like a pro..... The sushis was with around 90% of rice....big like hell, not able to eat it one shot... FYI, A sushi hasn't to be big like a Tim Hortons donut.... A sushi has to be the size of your mouth, tighten I would say on 10...maybe a 2 on 10 for the effort.. I would never go back in your restaurant
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Lucas Panoulias
reviewed a year ago
Hands down the best Spicy Scallop Roll I have ever had. The spicy mayo slowly built it's heat and has so much flavour. The staff was incredibly friendly and the service was excellent. This is the best sushi I have tried so far in Montreal and I assure you I will be going back. Simply amazing experience.
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ludovic kohn
reviewed a year ago
Really good but nothing amazing compared to what I have eaten in Japanese restaurants in Paris (and I'm talking about the real food here not sushis). The only difference was that here it costs almost two times more money than it would in paris, also we were demanded for more tips (we gave 8 dollars for a 100 $ for three persons and the lady would not let us leave until we gave a total of 13 dollars). I've been living in Montreal for months but will never get used to that kind of robbing in restaurants. We only had 3 meals and 2 beers and stayed in the restaurant less than 35 min if I believe it's not worth more than 8 dollars of tipping I don't to have this lady literally begging to add tips.
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