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Chopsticks, Sake and plenty of Good Food!

Montreal, a city known for its rich history and diverse culinary scene, boasts some of the finest Japanese restaurants. Among these are the izakayas, an informal Japanese pub where people gather to enjoy drinks and shareable dishes in a relaxed setting. Let’s dive into three of its most notable izakayas: Ichigo Ichie, Imadake, and Hanzo. will help you create your epic night by booking you a table at one of Montreal’s fine restaurants, and they will even hook you up with one of Montreal’s nightclubs or bars if you want to have a drink or two after the concert. That is not all; if you come from out of town, will also care for your hotel needs in ideal city areas and your travel accommodations at the best rates. Call or text them now at 438-995-6496 to find out how you can have the perfect night in Montreal.

Ichigo Ichie

Ichigo Ichie, which translates to “once in a lifetime,” is a renowned izakaya located at 360 Rue Rachel E. Ichigo Ichie offers a delightful blend of traditional and contemporary dishes. While the exact menu items might vary, patrons can expect a range of sushi, ramen, and other Japanese delicacies. Their dishes are meticulously crafted to ensure an authentic taste, focusing on fresh ingredients and traditional preparation methods. Ichigo Ichie’s decor is a harmonious blend of traditional Japanese elements with a modern touch. The ambiance is cozy and sophisticated, making it a perfect spot for casual dinners and special occasions. What sets Ichigo Ichie apart is its commitment to authenticity. Every dish is a testament to the rich culinary traditions of Japan, ensuring that diners get a genuine taste of the country’s cuisine. Perfect for a date night with a loved one, guarantee to make a good impression.

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Located at 4006 Rue Ste-Catherine West in Westmount near the infamous Montreal Forum, Imadake is another popular izakaya that has made a mark in Montreal’s dining scene. It’s a place where friends gather to enjoy good food and plenty of sake bombs for all to enjoy. Imadake’s menu is diverse and reflects the essence of a traditional izakaya. They offer a variety of dishes ranging from sashimi and yakitori to their signature dishes like ramen and takoyaki. The menu is designed to be shared, allowing patrons to sample a variety of flavors and dishes. Their drink selection, which includes a variety of sake, beers, and Japanese cocktails, complements the food perfectly. The decor at Imadake is vibrant and lively, reflecting the energetic atmosphere of a traditional Japanese pub. The wooden interiors and Japanese artwork add to the authenticity of the place. IMadake is ideal for group outings and for those looking to not only eat well but feel that party vibe, too.

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Hanzo, situated at 417 Rue St-Nicolas in Old Montreal, is an izakaya that has quickly become a favorite among locals and tourists alike. The restaurant is a collaboration between Yann Levy of downtown Biiru and Escondite and chef Nick Liu of Toronto’s acclaimed fusion brasserie DaiLo.Hanzo offers a unique blend of traditional izakaya dishes with a contemporary twist. Some of their standout dishes include crab croquettes with maple tonkatsu, pork neck with Sapporo caramel, and the Konbini Fried Chicken served with a spicy aji amarillo aioli. Their menu is a testament to the fusion of traditional Japanese flavors with modern culinary techniques. Inspired by the movie Kill Bill’s “Crazy 88” fight scene, Hanzo’s decor blends traditional Japanese elements with a touch of modernity. The wooden structures and Japanese paper wall coverings create a warm and inviting atmosphere. Hanzo’s unique selling point is its ambiance. The restaurant offers a more “adult” vibe than other izakayas, making it a perfect spot for a sophisticated dining experience.

Text or call now at 438-995-6496 and plan your perfect weekend in Montreal.