One of the more curious additions to the Tokyo food scene this autumn, this flashy-looking seafood diner is operated by the Canadian Kinka group of restaurants, who run a jumble of izakayas, ramen shops, yakitori joints and even something called a 'Japanese bistro' in Toronto and Montreal. Now attempting to charm Tokyoites with sushi and more flavoured with a North American twist, Kinka opened this Shibuya outpost in mid-September. We're not sure if their popularity among Canucks will translate in the homeland of washoku, but do wish them the best of luck.
|Venue name:||Kinka Modern Japanese|
Ichigo Fiesta Shibuya Bldg 2F, 3-10 Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku
|Opening hours:||5pm-12midnight daily|
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Fresh. Supreme. Perfection. The large lobster sashimi platter was the most delicious and well presented seafood I have ever had the privilege to experience. The lobster miso we had was fantastic with the poached lobster claw we each were given. Then came the main course. It was what I envision perfection to be. Ever piece was as memorable as the last. Finally, we also ordered the aburi, which included seven unique pieces of torched nigiri. Each provided a unique twist on this classic treat.touch to the whole ambience and experience. Overall, I would definately recomment this place to anyone!