My sister and I are on a mission to try all the sushi joints in Vancouver. I don't know how successful we will be, but you don't know unless you try. Our favourites (Toshi, Ajisai, etc.) remain favourites, but there is always room for more.
Add Kaide. This place can be summed up in one word, fresh. That describes how clean and appealing each bite was. It was just really great sushi - well-made with fantastic ingredients. When freshness bursts like that, it's quality.
|Gone in 60 seconds.|
|501 Roll - So many textures.|
Looks filling, but it's so delicate, fresh and crisp.
|Gets my NEGITORO stamp of approval. Melts like butter.|
|One of the best sunomonos we've had.|
The noodles are tied into easy-to-pick-up knots - pretty yet functional.
Cute place, with sparse seating but good service and of course, fresh fish.