New Opening: Heart Sushi Sandalwood Square
Heart Sushi at Heartland Centre has outgrown their first location and is opening their second one a short 15 minute drive away from their home base, at the Sandalwood Square Plaza on Bristol Rd. at Hurontario St.
What makes this new location unique are the four Teppanyaki grills located in a more private portion of the restaurant where you can enjoy an a la carte Tappanyaki menu along with some food flipping and fire shows. Tappanyaki is a style of Japanese cuisine cooked tableside using an iron flat top to cook food.
Heart Sushi is an independently owned all you can eat sushi restaurant that is the number one pick on insauga's Top 5 list and for good reason, check out the article here.
"The restaurant is busy and full on a daily basis", says the restaurant's manager Chris Wong, which is why they decided to open their second location so close in proximity to Heartland so they could meet the demand they currently have in this area of the city.
Heart Sushi's menu is known predominantly for Japanese small plates, with a few Korean, Thai and Chinese dishes, which are presented well and what makes this resto stand out from the rest.
Grand opening Date: The soft opening is tomorrow (June 17, 2015), followed by a grand opening within 4 weeks.
What was in the space before you took it over? Tako Sushi but they were kicked out, find out why here
Signature Dish: Green dragon and dynamite rolls
Signature Drink: Raspberry Mojito
What's Up and Coming? The grand opening date is yet to be confirmed (within a month) will be a celebration with a ribbon cutting, lion dances, drum and martial arts performance. Their 3rd location is set to open in London, Ontario.
Patio: The patio is scheduled to open in July and will seat approximately 60 people.
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