Kiyo Sushi is a very authentic Japanese restaurant where you can find fresh cut fish. It has been around many many years and located in the Cambie Plaza – Cambie x No.5 Road near Dairy Queen. Aside from your regular sashimi, nigiri sushi and tempuras, Kiyo offers a variety of home cooked dishes - Onigiri (rice balls), black cod hot pot, kawahagi (Dried Filefish), etc. It is always a delight when we come here because service is always prompt and friendly. Although prices are slightly higher, I don’t mind when freshness is always guaranteed.
Saba Sashimi - Mackerel (market price): This salty fish always wins my heart. Served with green onions and ginger & sesame sprinkles.
Uni Sashimi – sea urchin (market price): Every year only a few months there are live fresh uni and this can not be missed. Golden slivers are gooey goodness.
Kawahagi (Dried Filefish) 4.50: grilled and served warm with a chewy texture and served with chili mayo. I like them on their own.
Tako Wasa (wasabi octopus) 3.50: a cold appetizer of octopus marinated in wasabi sauce that is tangy, spicy but not too powerful to mask the sweetness of octopus. Served with seaweed.
Negitoro Roll 3.50 & Chopped Scallop Roll 4.00: The rolls were a little disappointing today. They were loose and although fresh didn’t do anything for us. The chopped scallop roll is not your typical roll with heaps of diced hotate – it is mixed with cucumbers slices and resembled more of a california roll.
Special Assorted Sushi (15pcs) 20: A beautiful display of ikura, salmon (farm and wild), tuna, hamachi, ika, unagi, amebi, tai, etc.
Marinated Eggplant 4.00: Slightly grilled eggplants drizzled with house sauce.
Whenever you are in the area of Cambie and No.5 and is craving for some authentic Japanese cuisine, give Kiyo a try!
11590 Cambie Road Richmond, BC V6V 1G5
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