Kitanoya Guu Sakabar- Toronto, Canada
It's not like I went to Toronto 8 months ago... I'm surprised I remember half the things I do about that trip.
Something I noticed about my time in Toronto- all the good restaurants are either hidden/and or discreet.
As hungry travelers in search of dinner, we decided to wander in search of a good restaurant late at night, at around 10:30 PM. One of us spotted a very anonymous building that at first seemed like a karaoke bar with all of the noise that was coming out of it. Despite being so late, the wait was still around 20 or so minutes.
P.S. The lighting in there was quite low, so excuse the appearance of Mr. Blurrycam.
When walking into Guu Sakabar one is greeted by what possibly may be the most boisterous restaurant staff in North America. Every time the servers walked up and down the restaurant it seemed like you were in the middle of a festival.
First up was the okonomiyaki ($6.80 CAD), a seafood pancake over a bed of yakisoba and topped with tonkotsu sauce and kewpie mayo. While delicious and filling, I didn't taste too much seafood in the actual pancake itself.