Best All You Can Eat Sushi In Montreal
One roll is never enough.
Who doesn't love sushi? No really. Sushi is as much-loved as pizza and ice cream. Why else would all-you-can-eat sushi concepts exist? One roll is truly not enough.
It's a good thing Montreal has quite a few all-you-can-eat Japanese-style restaurants all around the city. Many offer the same formula and competitive prices. For the maximum experience, these restaurants are best visited by a big group of friends.
We've combed through a list of the restaurant that offer an all-you-can-eat menu and here are the spots that people are buzzing about.
8. Takumi Fusion Asiatique
Where: 405 Rue Sherbrooke E // Plateau
Why you should go: With a central location and large and airy interior space, this all-you-can-eat sushi spot is a downtown favorite for sushi-lovers around the city.
7. Sushi Palace
Where: 1803 Rue Poirier // Saint-Laurent
Why you should go: Sushi Palace is a great option for Montrealers living out in the North/West end of the Island. With a big spacious interior, it's perfect to bring a group of friends.
Where: 2762 Saint-Charles Blvd // Kirkland
Why you should go: Hasu is located in Kirkland, so it's perfect for anyone living out in the West. There is also more than just sushi on the menu. If you're craving some Teriyaki chicken and grilled meats, those are also options, too!
5. Sushi Crystal
Where: 4075 Saint-Catherine St W // Downtown
Why you should go: Crystal sushi is located smack in the middle of downtown. They have a little tablet on each table so that your order can be sent to the kitchen quickly and an endless wave of sushi and other plates are ready for you ASAP.
4. Sushi St-Jean
Where: 1000 Boul Saint-Jean // Pointe-Claire
Why you should go: Although it's outside the city center, this spot is worth the drive. If you live in the West, you probably know about this place already. The sushi is as good as it looks.
3. Sushi Plus
Where: 5940 Côte-des-Neiges Rd // Cotes-des-Neiges
Why you should go: This spot is located in the Cotes-Des-Neiges area, so if you're a student around that neighborhood you probably should know about this spot already. Not only do they have sushi, but other delicious little Japanese-style dishes.
2. Zushi Sushi
Where: 1805 Saint-Catherine St W // Downtown
Why you should go: Located not far from Mcgill, this is the perfect spot to bring a big group of friends and stuff your face after a big study session. Enjoy not only sushi but delicious Japanese-style treats like tempura and Teriyaki skewer.
1. Bistro K2 Sushi
Where: 1468 Crescent St // Downtown
Why you should go: This spot is right in the middle of the party on Cresent street. Its intimate environment is great for a date or a dinner before a night out.