|Cuisine Type |||Japanese, Tapas|
|Ambiance |||Good For Groups, Romantic Spot|
|Meals Served |||Light Meals/Snacks, Lunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Local Favorites, Tasting Menus|
|Pricing |||Less than $20|
|Payment |||MasterCard, American Express, Visa|
|Neighbourhood |||Vancouver Lower Mainland|
|Getting There |||Transit: Bus #22 or #2|
|Cross Street |||Trutch St.|
|Sun-Thurs 12-10:30PM, Fri/Sat 12-11:30PM|
Profile Last Updated: January 07, 2009
Since bursting on the scene, Saiz Japanese Restaurant has earned a following among foodies who arrive in droves to savour their mouthwatering fare. Equally as inspiring is this joint’s gorgeous décor, featuring exposed brick and rich wood furnishings. Get ready for one unforgettable meal once you step inside.
Not Your Typical Pizza
The most difficult part about dining here is deciding what to devour first! A massive menu features shareable tapas, massive noodle dishes and eye catching twists on your favourite Japanese classics. On the tapas menu discover tuna crepes loaded with avocado, mango, teriyaki sauce and wasabi mayonnaise. Regulars adore the seared AAA Canadian beef with spicy radish, green onions, ponzu sauce and garlic chips. Perfect for sharing among friends are the eggplant wrapped scallops on a skewer served with spicy mayo. If that doesn’t tempt your fancy, how about the sushi pizza covered with smoked salmon, baby shrimps and sliced onions?
On those cold winter nights, curl up with a massive bowl of beef teriyaki don or tasty chicken udon noodles cooked in a hot pot. Adventurous diners can’t get enough of the Japanese-style spaghetti loaded with seafood and seaweed in a sake and garlic butter sauce. A handful of vegetarian options made with tofu, shiitake mushrooms, and chilled Japanese eggplant taste divine when topped with delicately prepared sauces. Not to be missed is the slow roasted Canadian duck breast in an orange balsamic teriyaki sauce or the wild sockeye salmon wrapped in bacon. A selection of exotic sushi and sashimi rolls completes a fantastic menu.
Eat Big: Regular specials on 3 course meals