Restaurant KaTo brings the sushi talent

KaTo sushi inspires but has a high price point

Ralf Joneikies
10 Apr

You have two wines in front of you. One is priced at $10 and the other at $100 and you’re about to taste them and then give your review. I think that most people would reasonably say that they would have greater expectations of the expensive wine. And so it was with my visit to KaTo.

I had understandably high expectations for a Japanese restaurant being rolled out under the Hilton banner. KaTo opened just months ago in the Hilton Double Tree at 1170 Chem. d’Aylmer and its sleek minimalist approach to design is a hybrid of both Japanese and Scandinavian sensibilities. At least for me, a new Japanese restaurant in the region is a cause for celebration.

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