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Prince Sushi

Prince Sushi is located on Courtney Park, near Highway 10 in Mississauga. It’s part of the AMC complex, where on this Tuesday night at 7pm pretty much every restaurant was dead. Prince Sushi, however, was quite full. We were seated quickly and provided menus. It’s All You Can Eat sushi at Prince.

Ematei

Ematei, according to their signage, is “authentic Japanese food”. This downtown Toronto sushi restaurant is somewhat hidden from the Queen West strip, despite being a very short walk from Queen and University.

Sushi Queen Izakaya

Sushi Queen Izakaya is located on Bay Street, two streets north of Dundas. It sits on the main floor of an office building at the corner of Bay and Elm Streets – with a decent sized patio facing Bay Street. At the time of this review, Sushi Queen Izakaya had only been open a couple […]

Hiro Sushi

Hiro Sushi is located on King Street, just east off of Jarvis Street. Hiro Yoshida, owner, sushi chef has a reputation around Toronto as a “sushi master” and provides fine dining and traditional Japanese sushi recipes.

Etsu

Etsu is located on the restaurant strip of Baldwin Street, located just north of Dundas between McCaul and Beverley. It is one of at least a few sushi places that call Baldwin Street home.

YUZU

[Update October 2012: We’re told that “YUZU” is now “Yuzunohana”] YUZU is located on Adelaide West, between University and Duncan, in downtown Toronto. It’s right on the edge of both the Financial and Entertainment Districts.

Solo Sushi Bekkan

Solo Sushi Bekkan is located just north of Yonge and College on Grosvenor St, across from the YMCA. It’s the smallest of 4 other sushi restaurants within a 50 feet radius of one another.