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Currently listed: 2 Restaurants in
Kingston, Canada/Kanada.

Discover Japan Sapporo Kingston

Discover Japan

Name:Discover Japan
Address:499 Princess St., Kingston, Ontario
Phone:(613) 549-0956
Reviews:"Fabulous little Sushi place, the better of only two in Kingston, though you would not know it from the outside. It is a very unassuming place, kind of a hole in the wall, but run by a very nice Japanese family from Montreal. Fantastic Sushi! The Atlantic roll is my favorite! "
- Kristin Husband ( [March 21st 2001]
"Agree 100% with previous comment. I didn't visit them for weeks when I first came to town because of its rather un-inviting store front. The food quality here is up to good Toronto standard(so is the price), and better than many kaiten(conveyor belt sushi) restaurants in Tokyo. "
- Edward S ( [February 19th 2002]
"It has gone down hill since I last reported. Maki rolls that's been sitting there for hours. "
- Edward S. ( [May 10th 2004]
"I still find this is definitely the best sushi in Kingston (or Eastern Ontario for that matter). My experience, over the past several years, is that the food is consisently excellent. Rolls are generally small, as is traditional, rather than the overstuffed fat ones. I've never seen anything premade. The vegetarian and specialty rolls are particularly good - try the Queen's rolls, or ask for tuna avocado rolls for a treat. "
- Jim ( [June 16th 2004]


Sapporo Kingston

Name:Sapporo Kingston
Address:277 Bath Road, Kingston, Ontario, K7M 2X6
Phone:(613) 531-2662
Opened:11 am-9 pm
Reviews:"A small restaurant (seats about 18) but excellent food and service. Everything is incredibly fresh. That staff couldn't be friendlier or more accomodating. They have a wide menu, and with sufficient notice can prepare almost any Japanese or Korean dish. "
- Kevin ( [August 26th 2004]
"This is one of the best restaurants I've ever had the pleasure to dine in...of any kind. It is small so the service is personal, friendly and attentive. The owner/chef cares about his ingredients and provides the standard Japanese fare as well as some delicious dishes I have never seen anywhere else. Portions are generous and the fish just melts in your mouth. The chef adds he personal touch to many dishes and sauces, making standard dishes noticeably tastier. Presentation is attractive and prices are quite reasonable. "
- Alan ( [Sep 9th 2008]


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