Fish Story – Madai

Red seabream otherwise known as Tai or Madai is commonly eaten in Japan during special occasions, because of its colour and name(TAI is connected to MEDE-TAI which means celebration). Fresh wild caught Japanese Madai is very expensive. Our Madai is from New Zealand and the price is much more affordable. The New Zealand wild caught…

Fish Story – Amberjack

Today’s feature fish is Amberjack. This gorgeous fish is known as Kanpachi in Japan. If you love Hamachi(Yellowtail), you’ll also love this fish because they are the same kind of fish group. Our Kanpachi is sent straight from the seas of Portugal. The beauty is in the rich fatty taste and the slightly firm texture….

Fish Story – Bonito

Today’s fish is the Katsuo, a commonly known fish in Japan. Our wild Bonitos come from the seas of Portugal. Because this is such a delicate fish, it is interesting that we can get the fresh one from there. You don’t know about Bonito but already familiar with the rich taste if you enjoy the…

Fish Story – John Dori

This dark spotted fish is known as Matou-Dai and is considered a luxury fish in Japan. Its’ white flesh has a hint of sweetness. That’s the beauty of this fish’s flavour. If you like the fluke, you’ll love the Matou-Dai. Because of the delicacy of the taste, people tend to eat it as a sashimi…

Our fresh fish list for Sashimi

As always, we find best fresh fish from Canada, East coast, Europe, New Zealand and Japan. They’re all in our retail fridge. Please take them to cashier first then we take care of making nice Sashimi plate for take-out. Please don’t forget about easy to take-out “Assorted Sashimi plate” of $16/$35/$45! Fish list (store /…

Atlantic Mackerel from Iceland

Very good quality of fresh (not previously frozen) Mackerel has just arrived! These are wild caught in North East Atlantic sea. The reason why they’re rich in natural fats is their habitat is in the fresh cold waters north of the Norwegian sea. Popularly served as a grilled Mackerel with grated radish and soy sauce.