Best all-you-can-eat sushi spots in Metro Vancouver
By Vancity Buzz
Tomokazu offers an all-you-can-eat lunch deal that’s pretty damn hard to beat. Available from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tomokazu’s lunch costs a grand total of $10.95 and offers a variety of sushi eats including sushi rolls and cones, as well as terriyaki meats, tempura veggies, udon noodles, miso soup and salad.
Shabusen Yakiniku House
Shabusen Yakiniku House, located at 775 Burrard Street, offers an affordable all-you-can-eat lunch consisting of Japanese sushi and Korean barbecue. For $14.50 diners have the choice between an array of sushi including sashimi, nigiri sushi, cones, and maki rolls.
Kyo Korean BBQ & Sushi House
This Korean/Japanese hybrid offers a $17.95 all-you-can-eat sushi lunch deal, which features a variety of rolls, cones, and sashimi plates. In addition to the many sushi picks (spicy salmon, grilled tuna, and chopped scallop, just to name a few), Kyo’s lunch deal also includes miso soup, salad, tempura vegetables and noodles should you so desire.
Sitting on the border of Vancouver and Burnaby, Kingsway Sushi offers an all-you-can-eat lunch, priced at $13.95, and dinner, priced at $25.95
Jun Sushi in Langley
With good prices (it’s only $16.99 for an all-you-can-eat dinner) and a solid selection of sushi, Jun Sushi is a reliably good sushi joint in Langley.
Aji Taro Japanese Bistro
With over 100 items on the menu, patrons visiting Ali Taro Japanese Bistro should prepare to feast. Their weekday all-you-can-eat dinner menu, which consists of sushi rolls, tempura, sashimi, and more, will set customers back $21.45.