Fodor's Expert Review Kyozon

$$$$ Downtown and the Golden Square Mile Asian

Editor's Note: This location is no longer in operation.

Only a Kaiten-style sushi joint in a high-ceilinged, casual-industrial space could get Montrealers to dine on Crescent Street, an otherwise mediocre thoroughfare. In Japanese, Kyozon means “to coexist,” a rather apt name for a place that specializes in both sushi and cocktails. Indeed, Kyozon does offer an impressive signature cocktail list, like the Monkey Juice (ardbeg, ginger soda, passion fruit puree and vanilla syrup) or the Leche de Geisha (berry puree, black tea, rhubarb bitter and orchid). But the real star is the sushi. Diners pick dishes directly from the conveyor belt, which, in this case, spans across the entire second floor of the restaurant. Prices vary according to the color of the plate ($2–$7), and dishes vary from run-of-the-mill rolls to seaweed salads. Weekday lunch specials include an all-you-can-eat $17 rate for students and a $15 Bento box.
Asian Modern Asian Trendy Sceney Prix-Fixe Lunch Dinner $$$$

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1458 rue Crescent
Montréal, Québec  H3G 2B6, Canada


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