Everyone’s favourite raw fish dish has just come around the corner, as we celebrate International sushi day. Now grab your chopsticks and dig in because we will be putting these sushis in three different restaurant categories such as Premium Sushi (on the table), All-You-Can-Eat (AYCE), and On the Go (Take Out).
Best Sushi Places in Toronto by Category
Location: 10 Bay St.
Known for their Aburi sushi, this is a hotspot to go to if you’re looking for something fancy with your family and friends. Their menu comes with various nigiri’s and sashimi’s, as well as an entrée menu that includes their famous Atlantic lobster and AAA Sterling Prime Rib.Learn More
Location: 181 Bay St.
A premium dining experience at Ki Sushi truly is one-of-a-kind. They have a lunch and dinner menu that serves nigiri and sashimis as well as appetizers. Ki Sushi also offers an Izakaya menu that offers small snacks and alcoholic beverages when you want to chill and hang out with your besties.Learn More
Location: Yorkdale Shopping Centre, 3401 Dufferin St
Price: $2.25-8.50/menu item
A premium sushi experience, featuring a similar aburi sushi to their sister restaurant Miku in downtown. Tora offers a new experience introducing technology into the dining room with their new “sushi laneway” automated serving system. With more of a modern clean decor, unlike many other upscale or “premium” sushi spots, Tora is very approachable, yet quite the eye opener — especially once you start seeing sushi fly across the room on the laneway.Learn More
Location: 342 Adelaide St W.
This sushi restaurant has a special twist to it, and it is a Mexican-Japanese fusion restaurant. Not only do they serve their typical sushi rolls and nigiris, as they also serve tacos! If you’re looking for a place to get some tacos and sushi as a mix, this is the place to go to! Definitely a hotspot with a great city VIBE, yet homey.Learn More
Location: 36 Charlotte St.
Kibo Sushi is a premium sushi restaurant that is also available for delivery and is found on apps such as Uber Eats. Their menu includes a sushi maki platter as well as 7 pcs of rolls ranging from California Roll to Crispy Tuna Roll. So if you’re looking to take a fine dining sushi to deliver to your office for lunch, this is the place for you.Learn More
Location: 222 Richmond St W.
JaBistro is an Omakase restaurant, meaning the sushi chefs will be making different types of sushi rolls in front of you one by one. Omakase restaurants are great for dates, and a good go-to in order to celebrate a special occasion with your family and friends.Learn More
All-You-Can-Eat (AYCE) Sushi
Location: 655 Bay St. #5
Looking for an AYCE sushi spot but not into the average spot out there? Well, there’s nothing average about KAKA sushi. Think premium, large selection of sushi and appetizer options, with some of the rarest fish and meat selections out there. They even have some fun fusion items inspired by french classics. Definitely worth every penny.Learn More
Location: 10 Ravel Rd.
Price: $21.95 – $22.95
Sushi Legend is an all stop shop if you want some All-You-Can-Eat sushi with your family and friends. Their menu items include Sushi Pizzas and other grilled items such as Curry Pork and Grilled Chicken.Learn More
August 8 Toronto
Location: 331 Spadina Ave.
Price: $19.99 – $32.99
August 8 serves both Japanese and Cantonese style dimsum. So if you’d like some dimsum and sushi at the same time, this is the place for you! Their menu includes Deep Fried Shrimp Dumplings and Clam Sashimis! You can truly taste the ocean.Learn More
Location: 10 Dundas E.
Spring Sushi is an All-You-Can-Eat place right in the heart of Yonge and Dundas square. Their menu includes grilled dishes and individual pieces of sushi topped with various types of fish such as salmon and tuna.Learn More
Location: 143 Dundas St W.
Kyoto House is a casual All-You-Can-Eat restaurant provided with many choices from the menu starting from appetizers such as Edamame beans and Miso soup as well as California Rolls and Crispy Tuna Rolls.Learn More
Location: 6026 Yonge St.
Price: $6.95 – $20
Torch is an on-the-go sushi restaurant that serves sushi bowls on Church St. Offering various types of square shaped pressed torched sushi, and appetizers such as Calamari and Tostada. They also feature Japanese drinks, different Sakes and more. A great spot for a quick sushi meal on the go, yet they have a very cool modern, and somewhat abstract design to their compact dining area for those who want to stay back for a quick bite before the rest of your day or night in the Village.Learn More
Location: Various locations across the city
Price: $6.95 – $16.95
Sushi stop is an on-the-go restaurant that serves their special sushi tacos and burgers. If you’re looking to take out some unique sushi dishes, these are the ones for you. It’s premium sushi on the go. Always reliably delicious, and consistent from one location to the next.Learn More
Sushi On The Run
Location: 444 Yonge St.
Another on-the-go restaurant that serves various types of veggie and tuna rolls. Located around the streets of Yonge and Carlton, this is a good one-stop-shop for some delicious sushi.
More info: 416–977-1515Learn More
Call or go on their respective websites to book your reservations today, and once again, Happy International Sushi day and enjoy your beloved dishes.
Cover Photo and Video courtesy of TORA & Aburi Restaurants. Editorial research by Ally Yacapin.