visiting Niagara Falls, we weren't feeling that hungry. And we wanted to eat something light, we always turn to sushi. There were a few restaurants serving sushi along Yonge and Englinton but Ho Su Bistro was one recommended to us by J. It serves a mix of Korean and Japanese cuisine.
Complimentary edamame beans were brought to our table. They were ordinary, meh. I think the edamame at LEE spoiled us. XD
|Wakame Salad $3.95 - seaweed salad|
|Spinach Salad $2.95 - steamed spinach with sesame dressing|
|SOHO Roll $6.95 - fresh salmon, crab, tobiko, avocado roll wrapped with thin cucumber|
|Toronto $6.95 - Salmon, tobiko, avocado, tempura bits|
Later on in our trip, we revisited Ho Su Bistro for lunch.
Again complimentary wakame beans were brought to our table.
|Bulgigi lunch $7.95|
|Sashimi & california lunch $10.95|
California roll. This is different than the ones I've had in Vancouver. They don't shred the imitation crab meat nor do they use mayo. I actually prefer it like this.
I liked the variety this restaurant offers and the rolls we tried were amazing. W even went as far as saying it's the best sushi she ever tasted (I disagree, but it was very good). We obviously liked it enough the first time to come back again. Good value, good food. Would go back again, if given the chance!