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    • HomeMade

      We're passionate about providing you with healthy choices. Our Sauces, Dressing, and even Ginger are homemaded and prepared by our Chef and she inisists on all-natural ingredients to present you an array of savory experiences.

      HomeMade Sauces/Dressing:

      Unagi, Teriyaki, Ponz, Orinental, Spicy Hot Sauce

      HomeMade Food:

      Dumpling, Ginder, KimChi, Korean Beef, Spicy Pork, Fried Ice-Cream

      Fresh and Organic

      During summer, we will pick the vetgetables directly from the au-Jardin Organic farm and use them in our dishes such as: Jalapeno Cream Cheese, Kakiage, KimChi, Dumpling and Donburi
      [Au jardin des Goyette]
    • Kimchi

      Kimchi is a traditional fermented Korean side dish made of vegetables with a variety of seasonings. Kimchi is loaded with vitamins A, B, and C, but its biggest benefit may be in its “healthy bacteria” called lactobacilli, found in fermented foods like kimchi and yogurt. This good bacteria helps with digestion, plus it seems to help stop and even prevent yeast infections, according to a recent study. Health magazine named kimchi in its list of top five "World's Healthiest Foods" for being rich in vitamins, aiding digestion, and even possibly reducing cancer growth.
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      Black Rice

      Black Rice (also known as purple rice) is a range of rice types of the species Oryza sativa L., some of which are glutinous rice. Black rice is high in nutritional value and is a source of iron, vitamin E, and antioxidants (more than in blueberries). The bran hull (outermost layer) of black rice contains one of the highest levels of anthocyanin antioxidants found in food. The grain has a similar amount of fiber to brown rice and like brown rice, has a mild, nutty taste. Black rice has a deep black color and usually turns deep purple when cooked. Its dark purple color is primarily due to its anthocyanin content, which is higher by weight than that of other colored grains.Thai black jasmine rice, while not as prevalent as the white and brown varieties, adds more vibrant color to meals, as well as providing additional health benefits.
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    • Japanese Lucky Cats (Maneki Neko)

      The Japanese lucky cat has been around since the 1800's and continues to be a popular way to beckon good luck into businesses and homes. Typically, it is believed that the raised left paw of the cat brings in business.
      The raised right paw is for beckoning good luck and wealth. So, the raised left paw version is usually displayed at the business and the other version is displayed in the home.

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      Japanese Seven Fortune Gods

      The special gods that make up the lucky

      seven are believed to return to earth during the New Year celebrations aboard a lucky vessel called the Takarabune and bestow fantastic gifts to those who are deemed worthy. The gods named from left to right: Fukujyuroku (the green figurine, god of wisdom, good luck, happiness, wealth, virility and longevity), Benten (pink figurine, the goddess of knowledge, art and beauty, especially music), Bishamonten (the blue figurine, for the god of warriors and gamblers), Ebisu (yellow figurine, for the god of fisher and merchants or business), Daikoku (light blue figurine, for the god of family wealth in commerce and trade), Jyuryogin (the green figurine for the god of wealth, wisdom and happiness for our long lives), Hotei (black figurine, for the god of happiness, abundance and laughter).

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    • Norens / Japanese Curtains

      In Japan, noren were originally used as restaurant and shop curtains to signal that the shop was open for business. Noren are now used to enhance home and business decoration, adding beauty to any room or doorway. Noren are split in the middle to allow you to walk through easily and the top has a closed seam to insert a bamboo pole for hanging.

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      [Along the River During the Qingming Festival]

      Japanese Tradition Of Fish Flags

      According to the Japanese legends the Japanese tradition of fish flags (the carp or Koi as it is known is Japanese) originates actually from a Chinese legend. According to this legend the carp that could swim up against the current in the Yellow River would end up becoming a dragon. In Japan, the carp is a symbol of perseverance in the face of adversity.
      It is the symbol of strength and determination to overcome obstacles and attain high goals. Basically, the Japanese fish flag stands for worldly aspirations and advancement in life. For others, it is a symbol of good fortune and luck. This is also a tradition for the boys, there parents will hang this fish flag on the windows to wish them healthy.

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    • Chinese Loose Tea

      Tea is strongly link to the authentic value of life and well being. MooSoo carry different kind of famous Chinese loose tea leaf for those who want to seek perfect balance between the traditional ways of tea and its modern romantic side. Tea that available at MooSoo are: Jasmine Pearl Tea / Chrysanthemum Tea / Silver Needle White Tea / Red Rose Buds / Silver Needle White Tea / Lychee Red Tea / Dragon well Tea

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      TeaWare

      MooSoo also carry the new pure White Ceramic Tea Pot and transparency teapot.

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      Sake Masu

      The sake masu is part of many Japanese celebrations and is usually the cup of choice when a great big sake barrels are ceremoniously cracked open for special celebrations such as
      New Years, business openings, sports and political victories and of course, weddings. The sake masu was originally used to measure out rice from storage bins, but they quickly became popular for its ability to hold hefty portions of sake. In restaurants you will often receive an overflowing masu of sake placed upon a saucer to catch the extra and is a way for the owner to express his generosity towards you.

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  • Contacts

    4059 Boul. St-Jean,
    Dollard-des-Ormeaux, QC, H9G 2R4.
    Telephone: 514.675.1880
    E-mail: info@moosoosushi.com

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Minimum $30 (before taxes) per order for delivery - Master Card / Visa / Cash

Tues to Fri: After 6pm; Sat & Sun: After 1pm

Conditions apply - Please call 514.675.1880 to inquiry.

Delivery Zone

Zone Blue: 10-15 mins - No delivery fees.

Zone Red: 15-30mins - $5 delivery surcharge.

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We are proud to be the first sushi shop in West Island to introduce a mix of black rice and white rice as the main ingredient for our dishes. Enjoy!

Black Rice

Black Rice (also known as purple rice) is a range of rice types of the species Oryza sativa L., some of which are glutinous rice. Black rice is high in nutritional value and is a source of iron, vitamin E, and antioxidants (more than in blueberries). The bran hull (outermost layer) of black rice contains one of the highest levels of anthocyanin antioxidants found in food. The grain has a similar amount of fiber to brown rice and like brown rice, has a mild, nutty taste. Black rice has a deep black color and usually turns deep purple when cooked. Its dark purple color is primarily due to its anthocyanin content, which is higher by weight than that of other colored grains.Thai black jasmine rice, while not as prevalent as the white and brown varieties, adds more vibrant color to meals, as well as providing additional health benefits.