Well, it was a special occasion, and we drove there. But yes, because it is in the South Shore, it is pretty much inaccessible to any student without a car, unless you want to pay an arm and a leg just for the transportation, and then get lost along the way.
Service - Grade: A
The waitress was shy and cute, and she was all smiles while taking our orders and serving us our food, but it was really the owner that made me give it the grade that it has. The owner is the one behind the sushi bar making the food with care and precision, and he would often come around when he was free to pour us our tea and chat with us. Yes, I know it means that the restaurant isn't busy, but it's the South Shore and it was a weekday night. He was soft-spoken but very friendly, and incredibly polite, and I kinda just wanted to give him a hug.
Food - Grade: B+
|Grilled yellow(?) fish|
I kind of regret ordering this dish. I figured that since the restaurant specialized in bar food and grilled fish is bar food, I probably should try their bar food.
I don't know if it was the type of fish, but the fishy taste was incredibly intense, probably more so than mackerel sashimi. The fish was also covered in salt, and had far too many tiny bones. The dipping sauce it came with was a mix of sweet, sour and salty, and also contained a fair bit of ginger, which took away some of the saltiness and fishiness, but didn't manage to mask it enough.
8080, boulevard Taschereau
Brossard, QC J4X 1C2