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Spring Sushi

Spring Sushi is located right in the heart of downtown Toronto, Yonge and Dundas. It’s at the top floor by the AMC theatre building across from Dundas Square. It’s an all you can eat sushi restaurant that makes use of Apple iPads as the menu ordering system for customers.

Japango Sushi & Noodle Restaurants

Japango is located on Elizabeth Street, just south of Dundas, right by City Hall. It’s a small restaurant that also happens to be just south of an all you can eat sushi restaurant, Kyoto House.

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.

Masa Sushi

Masa Sushi is located just east of Yonge Street, on Charles Street. It’s two short blocks south of Yonge and Bloor. The restaurant shares the same building as the Comfort Inn. You can choose between ordering from the menu or the flat rate All You Can Eat. There’s free delivery for orders over $25 between […]

Kyoto House Japanese Restaurant

Kyoto House Japanese Restaurant is located near Eaton Centre, on the corner of Dundas Street West and Elizabeth Street. It took over another sushi restaurant and now offers All You Can Eat (AYCE) sushi.

Gal’s Sushi

Gal’s Sushi is located at Highway 7 and Warden in Markham. It’s right across from Markham City Hall and the Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts (beside the Hilton Suites Hotel and Conference Centre‎). They offer both Japanese and Korean fare.

Ichiriki Japanese Restaurant

Ichiriki at Bloor and Church is more than just a sushi place, so it’s a bit different than most of the sushi places we review. One thing to note about Ichiriki is that they are closed Tuesday nights. This, however, was a Wednesday night.

Asahi Sushi Zone

Asahi Sushi Zone is located on Church Street just south of Bloor, nestled between a supposed sports bar that caters to karaoke singers and an Indian restaurant. It’s basically a house transformed into a restaurant making for tight quarters, but a nice spot none the less.