Description: Kaizen Sushi Bar & Restaurant is one of the city's original Sushi Bars offering the Freshest and Best Sushi in Montreal for over 10 years. Renown for its signature style of Sushi-Maki-Sashimi , innovative Lambas Sushi, New Style Sashimi, baked Oyster Tri Afeller, Kobe Steak, Sushi Pizza, Freshest Grilled Fish and Tantalizing Tempuras.
Kaizen offers a Great Wine List and Montreal's largest Selection of Premium Sakes. Enjoy Sushi and Live Jazz .Both Kaizen and it's sister restaurant le Petit Treehouse!
Kaizen have been voted "Best Sushi in Montreal" for the last eight years by the Montreal Mirror's readers poll. Head Chef Keitaro from Japan presides over both Sushi Bar and Kitchen with his seasonal market approach, bringing the Freshest of Fish, Seafood and Meats to the Kaizen and Petit Treehouse menus. Kaizen features a in-house dessert kitchen offering Chocolate Souffl's, house made sorbets, ice creams and the renown Kaizen Sublime. Highly acclaimed by the City's restaurant critics and favoured by sushiphiles and Montrealers for years.
Kaizen's "Power Lunch" has been catering to Montreal's Business community as a venue for entertaining clients and friends with it's generous lunch specials and beautiful sunny out-door terrace.
Kaizen offers both Delivery & Take-away service "Sushi a go-go"
where patrons can order for home, office or hotel dine in pleasure!
Reservations are always Recommended and can be acquired on-line as well. Enjoy!Kaizen Sushi Bar & Restaurant is one of the city's original Sushi Bars offering the Freshest and Best Sushi in Montreal for over 10 years. Renown for its signature style...
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