As you say goodbye to one hell of a long cold week, treating yourself is definitely a must. Now we're not talking about chugging some brews and downing a couple of celebratory shots (although engaging in such an activity is encouraged over the weekend), we're taking about treating yourself to some sushi. Coming across a Montrealer who doesn't love sushi is rare. The variety of Asian fusion restaurants in this city is impeccable, but today, (and every other day), don't just settle for a pre-made box, go all out with some 'all you can eat' sushi!\nClick here for the Best Montreal All You Can Eat Sushi Restaurants >\nSushi Crescent\n1437 Rue Crescent\nLunch: $15\nDinner: $24 (weekday) 26 (weekend)\nAlong side delicious variety, Sushi Crescent has an incredibly well decorated and inviting ambiance. Built on two floors, this restaurant will host you and as many friends as you have. Sushi Crescent has an excellent selection of wines, as well as wide variety of sushi. Their maki roles are exceptionally well prepared, and the dragon rolls are known to be a restaurant special. If you're in the mood for an adventurous treat, try the octopus balls the next time you're at Sushi Crescent!\nSushi Moushi\nLunch: $16\nDinner: $24.99 (weekday) , $28.99 (weekend)\nFor starters, this place lets you bring in your own wine! What better way to spend the evening then by drinking cheap wine and stuffing your face with an infinite amount of sushi. Sushi Moushi's menu is large, but very simple. Its format lets you easily pick between starters, sushi, and maki. On the weekends, Sushi Moushi is almost always packed to the brim, and for good reason!\nYamaza Sushi\n1017 St Laurent Blvd\nLunch: $9.95\nDinner: $22.95 (weekday), $25.95 (weekend)\nLocated in Chinatown, Yamaza Sushi is known for its spacious and upscale decor. With an abundance of delicious choices, you'll certainly feel like unbuttoning your pants on the way out. Yamaza Sushi is definitely on the top of our lists for 'all you can eat'. Just make sure you walk in with an empty stomach, their portions are more than generous!\n1669 rue Saint-Denis\nLunch: $16\nDinner: $24 (weekday) , $26 (weekend)\nLocated in the heart of downtown, Sushi St- Denis is known for its excellent selection of fresh ingredients and fantastic preparation. This place is always hopping. You might even want to consider making a reservation before going for dinner! The next time you're at Sushi St- Denis, try their green tea ice cream, it's a definite winner!\nKanda\n537 Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest\nLunch: $15.99\nDinner: $23.99 (weekday), 26.99 (weekend)\nKanda is one of the most well known 'all you can eat' sushi restaurants in Montreal. With eight different locations, Kanda has an incredibly varied menu with options like sashimi, maki and oriental dishes to satisfy all of your cravings. The next time you're at Kanda, be sure to try their wine flavored duck wings for an appetizer, you won't be disappointed!\nSushi 999\n405 Sherbrooke E\nLunch: $15\nDinner: $23 (weekday), $25 (weekend)\nWith over 170 kinds of foods, Sushi 999, located in the Latin Quarter is definitely worth checking out! Sushi 999 is one of the only 'all you can eat' sushi restaurants that carries dim sum! A real treat if you ask us. Another perk about this restaurant is its wide variety of dessert selections that goes far beyond a simple serving of ice cream.\nJardin Asean Garden\n5828 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest\nLunch: $22.95 (weekday), $25.95 (weekend)\nDinner: $22.95 (weekday), $25.95 (weekend)\nIn terms of 'all you can eat' sushi, Asean Garden has one of the most varied menus out there. This restaurant serves a wide array of Japanese fusion options. The service at Asean Garden is known to be impeccable and their portions are more than generous.\nKomiko\n1246 St-Denis\nLunch: $21\nDinner: $21 (weekday), $25.99 (weekday)\nKomiko is known for its Vancouver-esque sushi selection. Served fresh, Komiko's 'all you can eat option' is the way to go! Dishes are given in small portions so that food never gets wasted, and over ordering is never an issue. This restaurant is famous for its exceptionally tasty miso soup!\nSushi Palace\n1803 Rue Poirier\nLunch: $14.95\nDinner: $22.95 (weekday), 25.95 (weekend)\nSushi Palace is by far one of our favorite 'all you can eat' spots. The decor is quite up scale and the ambiance is calm. The service at Sushi Palace is impeccable, as are the menu options. From dumplings to udon noodles, Sushi Palace knows its Asian fusion just as well as it knows sushi. The presentation is also a definite winner. No matter the dish, its appearance is always made to look its best!\nRead the full review here\nSushi Saint Jean\n1000 Boulevard Saint-jean\nDinner: $22 (weekday), $25.99 (weekend)\nSushi Saint Jean is known to be one of the best 'all you can eat' options in the West Island. If you went to Sushi Saint Jean during the first couple of months of its opening, you know that the technologically advanced restaurant used iPads as menus! Unfortunately, issues with theft and damage led the restaurant to abolish the futuristic menu. None the less, Sushi Saint Jean always serves the freshest of ingredients, and the dishes never disappoint!\nWhere's your favorite 'all you can eat' sushi?