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The Best AYCE Sushi in Toronto

The best AYCE sushi in Toronto isn’t just a way to consume maki in mass quantities, it’s a way of life. Only the most ravenous of fish fiends will flock to these restaurants for endless nigiri and sashimi. Rates are flat, meaning the only limit is how much your stomach can take. 

Here’s the best AYCE sushi in Toronto. 


KaKa All You Can Eat on Bay
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KaKa All You Can Eat on Bay

Eat aburi in abundance at this renowned AYCE restaurant at Gerrard and Bay. The selection of flamed-seared nigiri and relatively high-quality specialty rolls is what sets Kaka apart. It’s $37.99 for adults from Monday to Thursdays and $39.99 on weekends.

Sushi Legend
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Sushi Legend

Sake mussels, yuzu salmon sashimi and non-stop maki are on the menu at this multi-location chain. It’s far cheaper for lunch but dinner, which ranges between $35.95 to $38.95 throughout the week, offers more items.


August 8
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August 8

Drive-in AYCE is a thing now thanks to this Chinatown restaurant. Park your car and get sashimi, torched sushi and dim sum delivered curbside. The typical price for weekends is $38.99.

Fushimi AYCE Church St.
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Fushimi AYCE Church St.

Church and Wellesley’s staple for all-you-can-eat is all about its rolls. Nothing says dependable neighbourhood sushi joint than a selection of global classics like Spider Rolls, Mango Tango and Rainbow Rolls.


Echo Sushi
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Echo Sushi

When it comes to longtime faves, this restaurant by Yonge and Eg never fails. Weekend prices are still some of the best in the city, just look for the sign outside. The menu is nothing fancy but it's solid when it comes to tempura, rolls and teppanyaki.


Bikkuri The Beaches
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Bikkuri The Beaches

It’s nothing fancy but this Queen St. East spot gets the job done when you’re craving sushi, and loads of it. The menu also includes dishes like sunomono and less common dishes like ohitashi and niku soba. 

99 Sushi Japanese & Thai
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99 Sushi Japanese & Thai

You might have 99 problems but being hungry isn’t one. This restaurant by Eglinton and Mt. Pleasant offers  both sushi and Thai food meaning you can expect all your favourites from both cuisines on the AYCE menu.


Matsuda Japanese Grill House
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Matsuda Japanese Grill House

There are three locations of Matsuda to get AYCE sushi, but only one if you're looking for the full teppanyaki experience. Regardless of which location you go to, expect a massive menu including bowls of sashimi on ice. Weekend dinners are $39.99. 

AI Sushi
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AI Sushi

This stylish emporium for uninhibited feasting is located on right near the corner of Sheppard and Markham Road. Slide into one of these red booths and order everything straight from your phone. Weekend dining is $38.95 per adult.

Photos by

Hector Vasquez of Kaka Sushi. Additional photos by Fushimi Sushi, Echo Sushi, @smartfoodiesto of 99 Sushi.


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