Is there anything better than a sushi date? No probably not. Whether it's all you can eat or just one roll, sushi gives us those classy vibes just for being able to eat with chopsticks.

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If you're a sushi lover we've got good news for you. Living in Toronto allows us to have plenty of options when it comes to our favourite Japanese cuisine. So we've got you the hookups no matter where you're located on the subway line.

Don't worry about dragging your friends downtown anymore! Instead, why not check out one of these 27 sushi spots in a new neighbourhood! Broaden your horizons and find your new favourite restaurant.


The Annex

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1. Sushi Couture // 456 Bloor St. West

Located centrally on Bloor street, Sushi Couture is a staple in the Annex. They offer plenty of options for vegetarians, spice lovers and combo specials so you can eat your fill! Grab your friends because you'll want to try their deluxe maki!

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2. Big Sushi // 388 Bloor St. West

Offering sushi pizza, bento boxes and a chef's special roll, Big Sushi is certainly living up to its name. This spot is sure to satisfy any sushi cravings that come your way!


King East

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3. Hiro Sushi // 171 King St. East

Open since 1998, Hiro Sushi is serving up some of the best sushi in the city out of their cozy restaurant in King East. Hiro uses seasonal ingredients while making classic rolls that even a sushi noobie will love.


Leslieville 

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4. Sushi Mugen // 1105 Queen St. East

Sushi Mugen, previously Sushi Marche, is serving up the freshest sushi in Leslieville. They also offer Poke bowls, party platters and some bento boxes!  


Queen West

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5. Ebisu // 204 Queen St. West

Part of the Kamei Group since 1978, Ebisu is serving up all kinds of Japanese cuisine. Try their take on a unagi with their self-named sushi roll for a new but satisfying dish!

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6. To-Ne Sushi // 414 Queen St. West

To-Ne is a must try if you're in the Queen West area. Though this spot is on the small side their sushi is fresh and the service is speedy!


Yonge & Dundas

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7. Spring Sushi // 10 Dundas St. East - Fourth Floor

If you're looking for All-You-Can-Eat you will definitely want to spring for this place. Located right in the heart of Younge and Dundas, you can enjoy watching the hustle and bustle as you sit in their large booths or on the patio in the summer. With iPad menu's and an open concept, this spot is ideal for a big group (just be sure to make a reservation)!


Parkdale

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8. A+ Sushi & Bibim // 1345 Queen St. West

This restaurant may not look like much from the outside, the sushi they make is some of the freshest in the city. Parkdale locals can't get enough of these affordable and delicious rolls, plus the owners are the sweetest!


Financial District

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9. KATANA  // 333 Bay St

You have not lived until you've tried Katana's rock shrimp. Seriously, grab your friends, family or really just anyone and try any roll to rock with your shrimp.

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10. Ki // 181 Bay St.

We're obsessed with Ki's modern interior and chic feel. You'll come for a delicious sushi dinner then after stay to enjoy a round of drinks at the bar.


Yorkville

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11. Kasa Moto // 115 Yorkville Ave.

For contemporary Japanese cuisine, you have to head to Kasa Moto. This Yorkville favourite is serving up sushi favourites as beautiful as the decor.

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12. Sushi Inn // 120 Cumberland St.

Open for over 10 years, Sushi Inn is a classic Yorkville staple that never goes out of style. Not only is their sushi always fresh, their platters will make the perfect Instagram pic.


Ossington 

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13. Bazara //188 Ossington Ave.

Bazara is an Ossington favourite with plenty of rolls and offering speciality black rice. If you're anti-carb don't worry, they have sashimi and riceless rolls too!


North York

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14. Shinobu // 3403 Yonge St.

Known for its authentic Japanese cuisine, Shinobu is a quaint spot that locals love. Try out their special menus, you'll get an amazing deal for lots of delicious food!

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15. Kibo Sushi House // 701 St Clair Ave. West

With tataki, maki, tempura, and more it's easy to see why Kibo is a hot spot in North York. Make the trip to try their maki named after Summerhill and Rosedale!


Liberty Village

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16. Raaw Japanese Cuisine // Liberty Market Building

If you're in Liberty Village you know that Raaw is one of the best places to get sushi in the neighbourhood. We're obsessed with their chic decor and a wide selection of sushi.

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17. Koja Restaurant // 120 Atlantic Ave.

Everything about Koja is amazing. Whether you're talking about the variety of Korean or Japanese food, the welcoming atmosphere or how spicy the Fire Fire roll is, this place is incredible.


 Harbourfront

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18. Gonoe Sushi // 262 Queens Quay W.

After tons (and I mean tons) of visits, we're still not sure if we're saying Gonoe right but we do know that the sushi is off the hook! Whether you're getting a classic like Dynamite or trying their Queens Quay roll you're sure to love it.

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19. Miku Sushi // 10 Bay St.

Not only does Miku's have a giant location right by the waterfront, they also offer a raw bar and a sushi bar. If you're in need of a boujee night out with your friends or S/O, go enjoy Miku's sophisticated atmosphere.


The Junction

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20. Koji Japanese Restaurant // 1553 Dupont St.

Sushi, Sashimi and rolls, oh my! It's not a surprise to Junction locals that Koji is serving up some of the best sushi in the city, so make sure next time you're in the area to check them out.


Roncesvalles

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21. Sushi on Roncy // 293 Roncesvalles Ave.

Not only is the sushi here delicious, it's some of the best prices in the city! If you're short on cash this month indulge in sushi for less!

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22. Sushi Nomi // 67 Roncesvalles Ave.

If you live anywhere near Roncy, you have to know that Sushi Nomi among the best sushi restaurants in the city. Their decor and presentation will also rock with your Insta aesthetic.


St. Clair West

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23. Sushi Kizoku // 813 St. Clair Ave. West 

Sushi Kizoku is doing everything right from presentation to decor. Not only do they have a gorgeous interior and delicious food, their owner is also known for being the nicest guy on the planet!


Etobicoke 

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24. Just Japan Sushi // 3106 Lake Shore Blvd W

Located right across the street from Humber College's Lakeshore campus, Just Japan has some of best sushi in Etobicoke. With fair prices and fresh fish, you have to make the trip down Lakeshore!

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25. Sushi Run // 3351 Bloor St. West

Whether you're dining in, taking out or getting it delivered, Sushi Run knows all our sushi needs. They offer classic rolls but know how to stay on trend, offering funky rolls and options like the sushi burrito!


Scarborough

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26. Nakamori // 2803 Eglinton Ave. East

Chef Nobu Nakamori has made this self-titled restaurant into a little piece of sushi heaven for anyone who eats there. Inspired by Japanese and Scarborough culture, this spot is uniquely different in the best way.

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27. Niji Sushi // 1095 Ellesmere Rd.

Niji Sushi may be on the smaller side but their sushi will have you travelling all the way out to the Bluffs for their rolls. The servers are some of the friendliest people on the planet and the sushi is out of this world.


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