The Best Sushi Takeout in Toronto
The best sushi takeout in Toronto are places that know how to prepare and package raw fish for take home consumption. While many of these restaurants will happily serve you on-premises, some are so tiny that it's clear having customers dine-in was never their intention.
Here are the best restaurants for sushi takeout in Toronto.
This popular spot near City Hall does a brisk lunch and dinner business for fresh fish and well-made Japanese fare. But the small space also is a popular takeout option offering good value sushi, sashimi and maki party platters in a range of sizes. More »
This Roncesvalles favourite sells a large assortment of fresh sushi, many already pre-packaged in those clear boxes that everyone loves. Make sure you try the hot maki set, a delectable collection of spicy tuna, salmon, and surimi crab meat. More »
Formerly known as Sushi Marche, this Leslieville takeout spot is owned by John Lee who studied under Iron Chef Morimoto. High quality sushi, sashimi and maki options are available for lunch and dinner with prices to match. They also do a great job with custom party trays. More »
This North York fish store in a strip mall near the Bessarion subway stop also happens to sell high quality sushi and sashimi. Some comes pre-wrapped in display cases but it's best to order off the menu. Party trays, nigiri, maki, sushi and sashimi sets are all available but be sure to get your order in by their half past seven cutoff time. More »
The name may conjure up images of questionable activities so it's good to know that consuming copious amounts of Sushi Bong's popular Dynamite Rolls is perfectly legal. Practically a household name for residents in the culinary corridor known as Northtown Way, Sushi Bong's business is almost 100% takeout. More »
This Japanese-run and operated restaurant on Victoria Park near Sheppard serves sushi legit enough for purists. The thing to get here is the assorted sushi, sashimi or chirashi but they also do plenty of rolls and grilled fare including a really good beef tataki. More »
Kokoro means "heart" in Japanese, and there are certainly more than a few people down by Toronto's waterfront who have fallen in love with getting takeout sushi from this restaurant. Hearty combos can be had here for around $11 and usually include around 16 or more pieces of excellent sushi. This is close to the ACC and a good option to get your sushi fix before the game. More »