Yes, that is some amazing looking sushi. And guess what? This was in Montreal. Yeah, Asian food here has stepped up it’s game, especially with sushi. I’d like to introduce you to Park Restaurant, an establishment based in Westmount. It’s menu is a mix of Japanese and Korean dishes. We happened to head here for their sushi. Overlooking the fact that it was lunch, we went with the sushi omakase, a six course meal for $70CAD a person. We were in for a feast of some freshest fish in Montreal.
The courses came out at a nice pace at the beginning. About the fourth course, it slowed down. But that was good because we were getting really really full. Service was very conscience of our state. lol. However, my only complaint would be on a few nigiri pieces. They seasoned the rice during preparation which made it fall apart. That’s can be a deal breaker for some. Not me though, I can tolerate it. It does help when each piece was tasty. This has to be the best sushi experience in a town where I usually go for French. Fantastic job Antonio Park! Way to bring this level of sushi craftsmanship and passion to Montreal.
Oh, I should add that if you’re looking for Japanese whiskey, this place serves it.
378 Avenue Victoria
Westmount, QC H3Z 2N4, Canada
Verdict: Definitely a try when you’re in Montreal looking for high end sushi.