And coin is key. As is often the case, the best comes at a premium. Don't go to these places looking for spicy tuna rolls or sushi pizza. There's a whole whack of decent cheap options that satisfy those cravings. For a sushi splurge, prepare yourself, as any one of the following places has the potential to completely ruin you from what is currently your favourite sushi place...you've been warned.
Here are the best cheap sushi restaurants in Toronto.
To say that Chinese New Year (CNY) is a special time for most Chinese people is like saying that cartoon mice have a slight affinity for cheese with holes in it. Even though it already receives quite a bit of hubbub here in Toronto, over in Asian countries the excitement and anticipation of this event is absolutely batshit insane. Even in countries outside of China, many stores and shops are closed for days, to the great bemusement (and slight alarm) of foreign tourists everywhere. But regardless of how big or how small the celebration is, one thing unites the Chinese diaspora is having a great meal during this time with family and friends, usually on the eve of the big day itself.
While this has led many AYCE sushi restaurants to offer food that is relatively mediocre in quality (or worse), the places listed below generally stand head and shoulders above many of their counterparts by also providing items of good quality and taste.
Here is the list of the best all you can eat sushi restaurants in Toronto.
Is there anything more sweet to the ears than that doorbell sound, and knowing that a hot package of Kung Pao Chicken is ready for your salivating mouths? I've still yet to see those small white cardboard boxes commonly seen in American shows whenever they order Chinese, mind you, but I guess you can't have them all.