New Japanese Style Restaurants And Food Vendors in Toronto and Area

Here are some newly opened or opening restaurants or food vendors in the Greater Toronto Area that you might want to check:

Chotto Matte Toronto 

Chotto Matte specializes in cocktails and Nikkei cuisine, a fusion of Japanese and Peruvian.  Prior coming to Toronto, this restaurant has other locations such as London, UK and Miami, USA.  This summer, you may visit their new location at Brookfield Place, downtown Toronto.

Udon Kitanoya

Udon Kitanoya just opened their first location at 513 Bloor St. W., Toronto. The restaurant serves authentic Kansai-style udon, a Japanese wheat pasta made in thick strips.  Dashi, a class of Japanese soup and cooking stock, is one of their main ingredient of udon. It is being made of 4 different types of dried fish such as tuna, mackerel, sardine and bonito.

Crazy Crepes

Crazy Crepes is giving out 100 free crepes at their grand new opening this weekend!  Unlike other crepes, according to their Facebook page, Japanese crepes skins are much softer and thinner.  It can be rolled into a cone shape and stuffed with crazy fillings such as cream, fresh fruits, cheesecakes and any other food that you can choose.

LeTAO Canada

LeTAO specializes modern confectionery such as cakes, biscuits, candies and chocolates.  Based in Otaru, Hokkaido, Japan, the vendor had opened their first location at 356 College St, Toronto last month.  According to their official website, LeTAO’s products come all the way from Japan.

Hattendo Cafe Canada

Hattendo was first found in Mihara, Hiroshima in 1933.  This Japanese cafe became an expert in cream buns with different flavors such as custard, whipped cream, matcha, azuki beans, and chocolate.  The first location in Canada is opening in June 14 and 15 at 13 Baldwin st.  Free custard cream buns will be given away to the first 100 customers!