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My friends and I went to Imadake for a quick dinner sesh last week and we had some sake bombs (and our DJ friend from Korea, Inkyo, had a rainbow bomb) so I could calm my nerves down for an internship interview later on that night. As sake bomb marathons usually happen during the weekends, it felt really weird how the waitress shouted “I SAY SAKE YOU SAY” and we shouted back “BOMB!” on a Monday night. We were the only ones who were banging the table in the restaurant but it was still fun! We also had a few dishes before that: beef tataki with ponzu sauce, fried japanese rice cake, eel omelet and mochi red bean soup with vanilla ice cream. There’s also a huge chalk board downstairs and we scribbled a bunch of stuff and took pictures in front of it as usual.

If you want to spend the night chilling with your friends, have some tapas and drinks, Imadake is definitely the place to go! Remember to make a reservation if you want to go during the weekends as it gets really packed at night.


4006 St-Catherine West
Montreal, QC H3Z2Z3
Imadake on Urbanspoon


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