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Introducing: Bazara, Ossington’s new spot for sushi

Introducing: Bazara

Name: Bazara Asian Cuisine Neighbourhood: Ossington strip Contact info: 188 Ossington Ave., 647-748-0288, bazara.ca
Owners: Sammy and Suzanne Yang
Chef: Sammy Yang (Riz North, Sushi Palace)

The food: Pan-Asian, particularly Japanese, Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese cuisine.

Yang’s sushi list includes house specialties like the Bazara Roll ($14), made with smoked salmon, avocado, cucumber, seaweed, asparagus and black rice instead of the usual white. The Vietnamese menu includes soft shell crab ($20), which is served with yellow curry and rice.

The place: The snug space, formerly home to waffle house Goed Eten, is done up in a more refined style with navy blue floral accents, cloth napkins and an eye-catching chandelier.

By the numbers: • 40 seats • 17, the number of years chef Sammy Yang has been in the restaurant industry • $15, the price of the three-course lunch prix fixe menu • $3–$22, the price range of the menu

Introducing: Bazara
Introducing: Bazara
Introducing: Bazara
Introducing: Bazara
Introducing: Bazara
Introducing: Bazara
Introducing: Bazara
Introducing: Bazara
Introducing: Bazara, Ossington’s new spot for sushi
Introducing: Bazara
Introducing: Bazara
Introducing: Bazara
Introducing: Bazara
Introducing: Bazara
Introducing: Bazara

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