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Our Official Reopen Date is Thursday, July 9th

WE ARE READY TO WELCOME YOU BACK, TORONTO!

We are excited to announce the reopening of ki for dine-in service on our extended patio!  Starting Thursday, July 9th, we will be welcoming you back and resuming the service and hospitality we are so passionate about.  We will have limited seating on our patio exclusively, with reservations required.  

Despite the challenging year, we are delighted that we get to greet you and offer up our signature dishes, sake and service! In addition to reopening our patio, we are excited to launch our new takeway program.  Stay tuned for more details! 

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Sherry + Sake Dinner at Ki

Cava and ki modern japanese + bar are thrilled to announce an intimate and unique sake and sherry pairing dinner.  Courses will be created by Chef Jeremy Saluma of Cava and Chef Hing Wong from ki.  The theme is a ‘tour of Japanese sake and Spanish sherry”, exploring the similarities and differences between the two beverages.   

The menu and pairing concept: pair sherry with Japanese flavours, and pair sake with Spanish cuisine.   Drawing from their extensive beverage lists and knowledge, the challenge is on for ki’s Sake Sommelier Michael Tremblay and Sommelier Kyle Burch of Cava to pair outside their ...

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Gifu's Yamada Honten Sake Brewery

Now Featuring "Everlasting Roots" Tokubetsu Junmai at ki 

One of the recent additions to our ever-changing sake list is the “Everlasting Roots” Tokubetsu Junmai from Gifu’s Yamada Honten.  We are currently listing it on our Sake Sommelier page served up at a variety of temperatures so that you can fully enjoy all it has to offer.  In mid-February, I had the opportunity to make a brief stop at this tiny brewery located in the foothills of the Japanese Alps.   

 Three Generations of the Yamada family

Three generations of the Yamada Family

 

The tea room at the Yamada family's ancestral home overlooks the Kiso river ...

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Back to (Sake) School

Sake Master Dinners and Sake Course Announced

 Yes, it’s still technically summer, but we at ki are already busy lining up an exciting autumn for our guests!  With three sake master dinners and hosting WSET’s Level 1 Award in Sake, there are several more reasons to come to ki this fall.

 

 

To commemorate Nihonshu no Hi (Sake Day), the first day of sake brewing in Japan.  Sake pairings will include sake from some of Japan’s most esteemed breweries from around Japan.  Please join host Michael Tremblay, Ki’s certified Advanced Sake Professional, for an unforgettable evening of ...

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