There’s nothing like filling your plate with unlimited veggie tempura, California rolls, and raw fish on a Sunday afternoon. For all of your morning-after sushi needs, here is our list of the best all-you-can-eat sushi spots in Toronto.
Location: 783 Danforth Ave, 813 Yonge Street & 467 Queen St. W.
Aji Sai has been dishing out sushi in the GTA for over 17 years, making it a go-to spot for locals. This quaint spot offers all-you-can-eat lunch and dinner menus for reasonable prices. According to local insiders, the veggie tempura is a menu standout.
Location: 254 Adelaide Street West
Located in the heart of Downtown, Urawa is known for it’s $15 all-you-can-eat lunch, among a menu of fresh favourites. Urawa prides itself on serving up authentic Japanese cuisine using local ingredients to ensure the highest quality, most affordable sushi in Toronto.
Location: 635 College St
Sashimi Island might not look like much, but the Little Italy spot offers an all-you-can-eat dinner for competitive prices. It may not be the fanciest dinner you’ve ever had, but fast service, affordable prices, and endless servings make this spot a good go-to when you’re hungry.
Location: 275 Dundas St W
Gallery sushi is a hidden gem, a small spot on the outskirts of Village by the Grange. It’s one of the cheapest all-you-cant-eat sushi restaurants in Toronto, perfect if you want to fill up on sushi without emptying your wallet. It’s open from 11-11 everyday and offers a cheaper alternative when lunch hour strikes.
Kuni Sushi Ya
Location: 20 Baldwin St
Kuni Sushi Ya offers the best of the all-you-can-eat-sushi meets patio experience. Every summer the outdoor eating space is known to fill up with hungry customers looking to make the most of the AYCE menus, while enjoying a beer or two outside.
Location: 394 Bloor St W
Sakura may not be the cheapest restaurant on the list, but where is lacks the savings it compensates for in high quality food and experience. It’s a great place for relaxed, all-you-can-eat dining with a unique atmosphere and fast service.
Location: 1502 Yonge St
Located at Yonge and St. Clair, Sushi Gen is another affordable option for all-you-can-eat sushi at reasonable prices. The casual dining atmosphere makes it a great family-friendly environment and it’s big tables are perfect for big groups looking to feast.
Kyoto House Japanese Restaurant
Location: 143 Dundas St W
Kyoto offers a huge selection of sushi, soup, salad, and hot dishes on their all-you-can-eat lunch and dinner menus. Although prices have been raised in recent years, it is still one of the most affordable sushi spots in Toronto, with an unlimited sushi lunch for under $15.
Location: 10 Dundas St E #4
Spring Sushi serves up sushi with a view, an all-you-can-eat experience you won’t be able to find at your average street side sushi shop. This place is known for being busy so call ahead to ensure a table on one of Toronto’s busiest street corners. They even have a patio overlooking Yonge and Dundas, perfect for enjoying warm summer evenings.
Location: 491 Church St
Fast, fresh, and reliable, Fushimi is a great option for sushi if you find yourself in the Church and Wellesley area. The iPad ordering system makes for efficient ordering in the busy little Church street joint.
Location: 572 Danforth Ave
If you happen to be looking for sushi in the middle of Greektown, Katsu is the place to go. It’s somewhat smaller menu offers good quality all-you-can-eat options, and the extended seating on the patio makes it a great place for lunch in the summer.
Location: 397 Danforth Ave
Sushi Friends is a somewhat new edition the the Danforth’s growing number of sushi restaurants. With an affordable $11 all-you-can-eat lunch menu, this spot is sure to attract sushi-lovers. Check out this new spot today!
Location: 36 King St E
The stylish interior of this restaurant makes it a great venue for special occasions, and the extensive menu is sure to please even the pickiest sushi eaters. Next time you find yourself hungry in the financial district check out Bikkuri.
Feature photo courtesy Valentin Kold Gundersen via Flickr.