Friday 12 August 2011


Box A:  udon noodle soup, chicken teriyaki on rice and tempura.  A good deal for $7.95.
Rating:  4.5/6

Chicken Karaage:  crispy, freshly fried wings served with a lemon wedge.  These were very good.  Rating:  5/6
Spicy Tuna Sashimi:  tuna sashimi marinated in a hot sauce.  Nice big chunks.   Rating:  5/6

Sushi Combo A:  California Roll, Ebi, Tamago, Salmon and Tuna Nigiri.  Rating:  4.5/6

Brown Rice Rainbow Roll with optional wild salmon (extra for wild).  Rating:  5/6

Kitstaya is good for a sushi fix.  The cooked food at one point was really good.  We loved the yakisoba.  Then one time a few months back it was very blah...and we didn't come back for a while.  This time, it was very good again.  Maybe the cook had the day off that day?  Dunno. Hope the inconsistency is gone.  You can't argue with the value for the money here.  With hungry kids, Kitstaya is perfect.  It's not fancy schmancy, but it'll do in a pinch.  It's a very popular neighbourhood restaurant and is quite busy.

Located just across from Kid's Books, and a stone's throw from Notte's Bon Ton Bakery, Kitstaya is a good place to take the kiddies for a decent Japanese meal.

Plenty of parking is found in the streets on W. Broadway and they even have a few underground spots though it's pretty tight parking down there.  Transit is nearby.

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