A 'New Wave Japanese' restaurant has opened after owners lost last eatery to fire

Feb 16 2019, 3:36 am

The owners of the much-loved Kon-nichi-wa Japanese Restaurant on Baldwin Street have finally re-opened with a new spot on Ossington Avenue.

Kon-nichi-wa was known for award-winning ramen and noodle dishes before it was destroyed in a five-alarm fire in 2017.

And now Shozan Room — a different spot by the same owners — has soft-opened on Ossington Avenue. And they’re bringing Toronto ‘New Wave Japanese.’

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The spot “serves edgy and cutting-edge Japanese-inspired foods in a casual fine dining setting,” so that your sashimi cravings can be met on a new level.


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The spot’s already soft-opened, but they’ll be celebrating their Grand Opening on February 22 with a special prix-fixe menu.

So pop over to Ossington and welcome this new spot to the neighbourhood.

The Shozan Room

Where: 164 Ossington Avenue
When: Grand Opening Prix-Fixe – February 22 from 6 pm to 11 pm


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