Sushi Kamizato is a new Japanese restaurant that opened up 4 months ago in Port Coquitlam. It is Japanese owned and they serve awesome sushi and its very different from Sushi Town or California Sushi. The owners stay true to their roots and make sushi like how it can be found in Southern Japan.
There are only about 22 seats in the restaurant, so it’s a bit tricky to fit large parties here unless you arrange with them ahead of time.
Try to strike a conversation with the sushi chef or the waitress, they can be helpful in deciding what to order. They are also extremely nice.
Green Tea is complementary! It’s good too.
When we arrived at the table, we got a complementary appetizer. I think it as like a seafood karrage. It was really good and my little sister love it so much that she ate most of it.
Aburi Saba is seared saba with a miso sauce on top. It was so good!
Asian Nachos have sheets of deep-fried wonton sheets with a mixture of tuna, avocado and tomatoes. It’s very different from regular nachos, but it tastes good!
Chopped Scallop comes with 8 pieces and the scallops are large! You really get your moneys worth!
Aburi Beef Carpaccio was tender and lightly seared on the outside.
Some slices could have been a bit thinner, but the flavours were still good.
Ocean Wiser has raw ebi, salmon belly and cucumbers on the inside. It is topped with more salmon and avocado.
It has it’s own sauce, which makes this roll deliciously flavourful!
PoCo Gunner was shrimp tempura and cucumber in the middle and topped with seared inari.
Tiger eyes is one of their special nigiri rolls. Rice is wrapped with seared salmon belly and topped with chopped scallop mixture. It tasted so good! The salmon belly just melts in your mouth! So good!
Overall, I was impressed by their menu and how creative they are with their dishes. They aren’t trying to be like the other sushi restaurant around town. If you are looking for something different and creative, come to Sushi Kamizato!
Words of Wisdom:
- Small restaurant
- Decently priced, but some items can be a bit expensive
- Fresh ingredients
We Rate Sushi Kamizato:
2850 Shaughnessy St, suite 2105