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My husband and I went for lunch and it was amazing. We both traveled to Japan for 3 weeks last year and it was the most amazing trip we have ever been on. Ematei sent us back there through their food. The tamago nigiri was...More
Went for dinner with a friend, waited approx. 45 minutes to be seated. Ordered 5 appetizers to share and a main dish each. Waited about 20 minutes to receive the first appetizer, and the last appetizer arrived the same time as our main dish. The...More
Food was excellent and authentic, very busy so make a reservation. Drinks are good and priced well for the area. Service if you arrive early is good, as the night goes on, service is super slow. Japanese run so true Japanese food.
This is all Japanese in its truest sende. Waitline to get in, so popular. Sat at the bar where they prepared the food. Had delicious soup, followed by meat and rice, tasty. Did not appreciate the tomato and potato that came w it, seemed a...More
The food is really good, atmosphere is good too.
Japanese hot pot is to try there.
A lot of people are waiting if you come without any reservation. You may manage to get a table for two but for groups you really have to book...More
Let me start by saying that I love small and intimate places with no frills. And Ematei is exactly my type. Of course with fresh and delicious food. Besides all the dish you often see at a Japanese restaurant, Ematei offer Sukiyaki which I absolutely...More
I have to say that this restaurant is the best authentic Japanese food in Toronto. I love their Sushi and Sashimi. The fish is so fresh and the presentation is very impressed.
I always go there every time when I want to eat real Japanese...More
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