Tatami Sushi is located in the Eglinton Town Centre plaza in Toronto's Scarborough borough at Eglinton Ave. w. of Warden Ave. It's quite close to Imperial Buffet which is in the same mall. Mishy and I actually went to Imperial first, but they said to they were completely booked and we had planned on checking out Tatami Sushi sometime so figured this was the chance.
Starting with the usual appetizers, the green salad was excellent with a very tasty dressing. Mishy described the seaweed/wakame salad as "perfect" Miso soup was good with a nice flavour but was just a touch weak and needing a bit more dashi. Hot and soup was good and very rich but had an odd caramel flavour I could not identify. Beef udon soup was excellent and savoury, made with shredded beef (which seems to infuse more of the flavour into the soup... it was among the best I have had.)
Teriyaki beef was also that same shredded beef and was quite tasty. Pork cutlet was good and I liked the sauce. Spicy salmon sushi was excellent. Salmon sushi was very fresh and tasty but too loose and the rice kept falling apart. Mishy did not care for the chicken teriyaki, stating that the sauce resembled beef gravy, but I enjoyed it and thought it excellent and savoury. Shrimp tempura was almost light and flaky but had a bit of oil. But the black pepper beef was practically worth the entire visit, it was so delicious and savoury with strong notes of garlic. It was like a fine steak, and I had two-and-a-half helpings of it.