Best all-you-can-eat sushi spots in Metro Vancouver

By Vancity Buzz

  • Tomokazu

    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.

  • Kingsway Sushi

    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.