Yunaghi is one of the few Japanese restaurants in Toronto that cooks kaiseki-style meals. It's a tasting menu of several small dishes that brings-out the Japanese way of cooking - raw, steamed, braised, in one meal, and artfully presented. It is very authentic and healthy. There's a total of nine dishes in the $80 meal. For $100 there are an added wagyu tartare, sweet shrimp and lobster (bite-sized pieces among the nine dishes). The price is expensive, but there is much skill in the method of cooking and presentation, more so than in sushi. The only disappointment in the dishes was the chicken strips on a bed of rice wrapped with nori. Not much skill in the dish and tasted bland. The nori quickly lost its crispness in the hot rice. Taste of Tokyo in Toronto.