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Guu Otokomae (375 Water St) is easily one of Vancouver’s best restaurants for Izakaya-style dining. This is a great spot to chat with friends over Japanese fusion tapas and delicious cocktails. You can always count on Guu for a lively yet casual atmosphere and very friendly service. Gastown’s Guu Okotomae serves contemporary tapas, which is unique in comparison to the more authentic Izakaya tapas served at the other Guu locations. Be sure to try their takoyaki and maguro tataki!
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Visit MoMo Sushi (375 Water St) for affordable Japanese food and quick service. This is one spot you can count on for well-priced sushi, daily special combo boxes, and teriyaki rice bowls. There are plenty of seafood-free options, such as the chicken teriyaki don made with large portions of crispy chicken. If you need a convenient bite to go, call 604-683-7632 to order from MoMo Sushi’s quick take-out service.
Sea Monstr Sushi
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Sea Monstr Sushi (55 Powell St) serves some of the city’s best traditional style sushi at a reasonable price. This Japanese restaurant delivers high quality sushi and sashimi. Everything is made with fresh seafood (either locally sourced or sustainable and Ocean Wise certified) prepared fresh by experienced sushi chefs. Stop by Sea Monstr Sushi for authentic Japanese fare and don’t forget to try their spicy tuna roll and famous chrashi don.