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The top 21 AYCE meals in Toronto by neighbourhood

AYCE meals in Toronto will hit the spot when your hunger is seemingly insatiable and all you want is an endless supply of dishes. From buffets, unlimited sushi, dim sum and rodizio to weekly specials on wings, ribs and mussels, there's a stomach-stuffing deal nearby.

Here are my picks for the top All You Can Eat meals in Toronto by neighbourhood.

On Tuesdays from 5 p.m. onward, Poutineville offers the opportunity to take down your weight in fries, curds and gravy, offering a choice of five signature AYCE poutines for $15.

Maki Sushi on Laird prides itself on its wide range of sushi options and AYCE offerings. The all you can eat dinner will run you $19.99 on weeknights and $21.99 on weekends, but unlike other joints, it allows diners to order from everything on the menu not just a limited selection.

Bikkuri is the best option for AYCE in the Beaches. Lunch is $11.99 and dinner is $18.99 for a selection of sushi, sashimi, maki, handrolls, teriyaki and tempura.

Rosewood Chinese Cuisine at Spadina and Dundas is home to all you can eat dim sum served 5 p.m. to close. Among the 100 items on offer you'll find dumplings, steamed buns and rice rolls. The whole shebang is priced at $17 per person Monday through Thursday and $19 from Friday to Sunday.

Fushimi offers a vast selection of AYCE sushi for $23 on weekdays and $26 on weekends. The bottomless options include hot items like chicken karaage, tempura and udon dishes plus raw items including salmon tartare and signature rolls.

AYCE sushi at Sushi Friends is reasonably priced at $11 for lunch and $19 for dinner. Locals laud the attentive service and fresh and abundant selection.

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Unlimited mussels are on offer for $19 on Monday nights in the Distillery District at Pure Spirits Oyster House.

Bluegrass brunch at the Dakota Tavern is an AYCE affair priced at $18 per person. The feast is served family style and features scrambled eggs, sausage, pancakes, fruit salad and coffee or tea.

Genghis Khan Mongolian Grill is an all you can eat restaurant where diners select their prefered combination of meat, vegetables, and sauces before handing over their bowl to be cooked on an oversized grill top. Weekday dinners are priced at $24 and $27 on weekends and holidays.

The buffet at Brar features food stations that specialize in dosas, hot and sour chatpatas and jain (vegetarian) foods. Weekday lunch is $14 (and $17 on weekends), while dinner is $17 Monday through Thursday and $20 on weekends.

Betty's on King St. offers a brunch buffet from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. every weekend. Look forward to a carving station, poutine station, DIY waffles, and more.

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Copacabana is a Brazilian steakhouse where a parade of grilled meats are carved table-side. The complete rodizio experience starts at $48 including a buffet of salads and sides.

Enjoy yourself to the fullest at Guatama in the Gerrard India Bazaar. They offer lunch ($10.99) and dinner ($13.99) AYCE buffets featuring traditional dishes like chicken tikka masala, lamb curry and dal makhani.

Need a mid-week pick me up? AYCE wings on Wednesdays and taco Thursdays for $17 at Night Owl are a pretty good precursor to the weekend.

Lineups should be expected at Kaka All You Can Eat where weekday dinners cost $25 and weekend dinners come in at $29. The restaurant on Highway 7 near Woodbine sets itself apart with top quality fish and unusual AYCE offerings including oshizushi and aburi sushi.

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A trip to Tandoori Flame is in order when an insatiable urge for Indian food strikes. Skip the western salad station and head straight to the chaat, have a dosa made fresh, and eat your weight in truly excellent tandoori chicken.

The menu of unlimited sushi at California Roll is priced $24 on weekdays and two dollars more on weekends. In addition to hand rolls and sashimi, expect teriyaki dishes, udon soups, grilled selections and curries.

All you can eat barbecue served with banchan, rice and beef broth is the specialty at Korean Grill House. Prices start at $12 for five different types of meat, or you can upgrade (from $18) to include delicacies like beef ribs, sausage and salmon.

Barque Butcher Bar does all-you-can-eat ribs on Sundays and wings on Thursdays. Nine different flavours to sample for $19.

AYCE sushi at Matsuda features over 120 items ranging from sashimi and temaki to robata, tempura and teppanyaki. Adults can eat for $25 on weekdays and $27 on weekends.

The eclectic buffet served Wednesday nights at the Hot House is priced at $19.95 per guest. Available from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., you can gorge on a self serve selection of salads and antipasti, steamed mussels, and pizzas or hit the pasta bar, carving station, and dessert table.

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