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Donut Sushi Is Now A Thing In Toronto So Your Life Is Complete

OKAY! WE GET IT! SUSHI COMES IN ALL SHAPES AND STYLES! WHEN WILL THIS MADNESS STOP?

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Another form of sushi has recently emerged in Toronto: the sushi donut, or the DOSHI. Square Fish , a brand new restaurant located at 461 Queen St W, serves these ADORABLE sushi creations. They are more or less just a really big sushi roll, so we're sorry to anyone who thought that they would soon be served a sweet pastry with fish on top of it... How we're supposed to eat them, we're not entirely sure, but you can try it out report back to us!

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Square Fish also serves just that: square sushi rolls (pictured below). The Insta opportunities are endless here, people.

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