The Best Cheap Sushi in Toronto
The best cheap sushi in Toronto is proof that budget sushi dining does not have to be synonymous with AYCE. These restaurants serve up fresh and delicious cuts of sashimi, along with an assortment of fantastic rolls, for prices that won't make your wallet cry.
Here is the best cheap sushi in Toronto.
With a number of locations in the city including this one in Summerhill, this charming sushi place is surprisingly spacious and quiet for such a popular restaurant. Kibo serves up lunch specials hovering at the $5-6 mark, which is insanely good value considering the food quality. Make sure to try the spicy salmon rolls.
Mazz Sushi has been a mainstay in the Dovercourt and Bloor area for ages. The deceptively simple Crab Salad Roll here is one of my favourites, and the fact that you can get a tempura and California roll combo for $9.50 at lunch means that you can get full on the cheap. They also have surprisingly good BBQ kalbi here.
Steps from Chester subway station, this restaurant specializes in good Japanese food at low prices, as evidenced by their impressive takeout specials. A 13-piece sushi combo for dinner under $9? Or a 2-person dinner combo with California rolls, teriyaki chicken, and gyoza for $15? Sign me up.
A great option if you're ever in the mood for sushi in Mimico, Pearl Sushi is indeed a hidden gem. There's a wide variety of sushi, tempura, and donburi options available, including Korean dishes like bulgogi and kalbi ribs. My recommendation is the everyday special of California, Dynamite, and Spicy Salmon rolls (20 pieces!) for $14.
This midtown sushi joint with the Street Fighter name is well-known for its ridiculously cheap lunch specials. For $4.95, you can get a 6-piece salmon maki, while for an extravagant $9.95 you can get any of their Dragon Rolls (green, black or gold). I usually opt for the Volcano Maki and cucumber maki combo for $8.50.
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