Sushi Hidden Fish is dedicated to the creation of authentic Japanese cuisine here in Montreal. As the one and only Kaiseki Omakase, we are committed to offering you the best experience in our restaurant. In Japanese, omakase comes from a phrase meaning “I trust you, chef.” This is similar to a tasting menu, where our chef is entrusted with providing you a delicious array of options, different every day! Kaiseki, on the other hand, is a Japanese term that indicates the highest quality of fine dining, a multi-course meal made with top-of-the line ingredients and beautiful plating.
The chef’s carefully control the aging process of the fish-an essential part of making sushi just caught fish is not always ideal for being eaten immediately as sushi, different fish require different methods of refrigeration and storage for ideal preservation and taste.
Breaking RecordsApril 1992
Chef Haruo Ogruro received his official license, which allowed him to prepare, cook, and serve blowfish. He is the first person in Montreal to acquire a blowfish license from the government! A Japanese delicacy, blowfish (or Fugu in Japanese), is a prestigious dish that can only be prepared with a special license. The reason for this is the poisonous elements of the fish, which necessitate skilled and careful preparation. Only chefs like Haruo Ogara, with over three years of special training, are permitted to prepare this type of dish.
Bringing Our Passion to YouOctober 2020
Our team is passionate about the art of cooking, and we are all looking forward to greeting you at Sushi Hidden Fish to create an unforgettable experience for you, your friends, and family. Opening soon, we will be offering delicious take out meals for you to enjoy at home with your family and friends.