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Ikoi Sushi

450 E Columbia St, #105
New Westminster, BC V3L3X5
Tel: (778) 397-8787


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A big favourite of ours for Japanese food dining!!
By 3amigos of Burnaby (50 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, May 3, 2018 - 9:17am [Dine in]

Ikoi is one of our favourite go to places for a Japanese food dining experience. We returned for dinner recently, arriving a few minutes after it opening time of 4 pm. A nice bonus when dining there, there’s free parking available in the lot.

Food and service:  as has always been our experience there, the Chef performed his 'magic' with the food preparations and presentations, and service was so friendly and accommodating - here's what we (as threesome) ordered, shared, and enjoyed this time:

— spicy agedashi tofu — ika sugatayaki (sliced, bbq whole squid — prawns tempura — assorted sashimi — roll combo (dynamite, California, and BC (salmon) rolls — kaki fry (deep-fried oysters) — chicken yakisoba —  unlimited, hot green tea (provided, at no extra charge). With the exception of the yakisoba, these were all dishes we have ordered and enjoyed at previous dinings there

Nice presentations, and very well-made preparations. The tofu was delicious, so sweet & creamy, with just the right amount of hot & spicy sauce — daughter and I were looking forward to the squid, and this tender & tasty preparation sure did not disappoint — Mom sure enjoyed the prawns tempura and deep-fried oysters - they were ordered mostly for her, and the preparations were right on (daughter and I confirmed that with a taste or two) — the rolls were fantastic - thin rice coverings and tasty, quality ingredients - major yum — the sashimi was for daughter and I - it was served at the perfect temperature, and so fresh-tasting — the yakisoba was a small touch disappointing - the chicken was tender & juicy, noodles nicely cooked, the preparation though, was a little oily, and just seemed to lack the distinctive flavour & taste we've been used to with other yakisoba preparations (a very small criticism though, as we did not leave anything on the plate to return to the kitchen).

Once again, our dining experience at Ikoi Sushi proved why it has become such a favourite of ours.  It's a small, local neighbourhood, Japanese family-owned and operated restaurant, and these nice people have been putting it all together so consistantly-well since they opened a few years ago.  And good on them for their much-appreciated efforts!!

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