Sushi in Burnaby

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Yakko Sushi whips taste buds into a raw-food frenzy with a varied menu of authentic Japanese munchies. Take taste buds on a true Tokyo drift with Yakko's deftly sliced sashimi dishes, such as the tender salmon sashimi ($9) or the sandwich-dodging savoury tuna sashimi ($8). Land lovers can dive chopsticks-first into a platter of buttery vegetable tempura ($6.99) or venture back out to sea with a helping of prawn tempura ($8.99). The meticulous chefs at Yakko Sushi ferry diners through a carnival of crowd-pleasing combination dishes, such as the D combination ($16.99), which introduces fish portions of tuna and salmon to a colourful and artistic arrangement of scallops, hokkigai, and amaebi, festooned with luscious negitoro and hamachi rolls. Meals can be additionally punctuated with decadent deserts such as mango ice cream ($3.99) and with air-horn accolades to the chefs.

6200 McKay Avenue
Burnaby,
BC
CA

Spicy or mild, classic or unexpected, or filled with tuna or pumpkin, the rolls and cones at Kojima Sushi dazzle palates with artfully curated flavor combinations. In addition to nigiri, sushi, sashimi, and maki, chefs fry golden-battered tempura and skewer barbecued chicken. Countless pages comprise the Kojima menu, offering taste buds of all stripes a satisfying feast.

410 6th Street
New Westminster,
BC
CA

The chefs at Zen Japanese Restaurant serve up Japanese cuisine with West Coast flair. Sushi rolls unite traditional ingredients such as shrimp and tuna with fusion adornments such as honey-dijon sesame sauce and mango chutney. Cooked selections such as new york cut strip steak and tuna paté sizzle in tempura batter or atop a robata grill.

One of the first participants in the Vancouver aquarium's Ocean Wise program, Zen also helps customers make ocean-friendly choices by marking sustainably fished seafood dishes with a special logo on its menus. Ocean views both inside the restaurant and on a heated outdoor patio also let them show their love of things marine by waving to wistful mermaids out at sea.

2232 Marine Dr
West Vancouver,
BC
CA

At Gen Sushi, chefs roll more than 100 sushi options that populate a menu marked by authentic Japanese reverence to simple ingredients. The interior is a lesson in subtle elegance, with the restaurant's friendly staff seating guests at mahogany tables in a dining room with large, black-panelled front windows and walls pocked with traditional Japanese artwork. With a boatload of sushi offerings, rice bowls, and noodles, the eatery also serves convenient lunch and dinner boxes as well as mammoth party trays ideal for corporate eating contests.

1933 Lonsdale Ave
North Vancouver,
BC
CA

After formally studying the culinary arts in Japan, Hanamura Japanese Restaurant's chef spent 20 years accruing experience and perfecting the staples that now fill his menu. Served in a pastel-green dining room with large bamboo shoots stationed between tables, the seasonally changing entrees evoke a trans-Pacific feel. Carefully arranged schools of sushi and sashimi line plates, and orders of tempura vegetables and seafood emerge from the kitchen as crispy as an autumn leaf covered with potato chips.

1199 Lynn Valley Rd
North Vancouver,
BC
CA

Oishii Sushi complements its crimson walls with a colourful smorgasbord of ocean-fresh eel, salmon, and tuna, as well as savoury noodle dishes washed down with Japanese sake and beers. Like the ancient rickety rope bridge that spans the Pacific Ocean, the menu connects Japan with influences from North America, blending traditional maki and sushi rolls with ingredients such as cream cheese and avocado. Conscious and careful of the resources from which it sources its seafood, Oishii Sushi partners with the Vancouver Aquarium through the Ocean Wise program to ensure the long-term sustainability of the marine ecosystem.

780 Denman St
Vancouver,
BC
CA