We humans may have our differences, but we will always be united by our love of sushi. With so much delicious flavour in one bite, it never fails to satisfy. Your quest for the best sushi in Toronto ends here because we have the answers you’re looking for.

The locals (and Michelin guide inspectors) have spoken. These 10 restaurants have the best sushi in Toronto.

Don’t believe us? Taste it for yourself and find out!

Miku Toronto

This indulgent spot claims to have the finest Aburi sushi in the city, and we’d believe it. The menu items are a delicious combination of traditional Japanese flavours and local ingredients.

Treat yourself to one of the many inventive sushi creations, entrees, and small plates, paired with a beverage from the extensive sake menu.

Where: 105-10 Bay Street

Minami

 

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Minami is a true delight for all of your senses, not only for its cuisine but for the award-winning interior design of the dining room.

The restaurant is also among the winners of OpenTable’s Diners’ Choice awards for 2022.

Sip on a specialty cocktail like the Miyazaki Margarita or Miso Espresso Caramel Martini, and feast on signature rolls, nigiri, Crudo-style sashimi, and Wagyu dishes.

Where: 225 King Street West, Suite 100

Kibo Sushi House

 

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This is one of Toronto’s go-to spots for fresh and tasty sushi in a cozy atmosphere. It’s so popular that there are now dozens of locations around the city and beyond.

Between the mouthwatering tataki, sushi pizza, grande maki, and the iconic Kibo Signature Roll, you will be left full and satisfied every time.

Where: See all locations

Aburi Hana

 

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Take your taste buds on a journey they’ll never forget. The flame-seared creations at this Michelin-starred Japanese restaurant are simply to die for.

Brought to us by the esteemed Chef Nakagawa, Aburi Hana is known for its Kyōto-style elevated tasting menus that will blow you away with every bite.

Where: 102 Yorkville Avenue, Unit 4 Lower Level

Shoushin 

 

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This Michelin-starred spot in north Toronto is like stepping into a traditional high-end sushi restaurant in Ginza, Tokyo.

Shoushin prides itself on serving the finest Edomae-style sushi outside of Japan, with wild-caught fishes imported from Japan and impeccably crafted dishes.

Locals call the omakase experience the best in the city, but you may want to save it for a special occasion as it is quite pricey.

Where: 3328 Yonge Street

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Sushi Moto

 

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This North York mainstay is easily one of the best sushi restaurants outside of the downtown core.

The stylish dining room is full of spacious booths, where you can feel tucked away in privacy as you feast on delicious maki rolls, platters, combos, entrees, and more.

Where: 4901 Yonge Street

Kyoto House Japanese Restaurant

 

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If you’re looking for delicious budget-friendly sushi, look no further than Kyoto House.

The all-you-can-eat selection has many different rolls, appetizers, and entrees. Whether you’re stopping in for lunch or dinner, you’re guaranteed to eat well for a good price.

Where: 143 Dundas Street West

Sushi-Ya Japan

 

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This cozy spot is Eotbicok’s go-to for authentic Japanese cuisine.

The special boats from the sushi bar are ideal for sharing with friends. Or, treat yourself to one of the many specialty rolls, combo platters, or hot entrees.

Where: 621 Dixon Road, Etobicoke

Yasu Toronto

 

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Canada’s first omakase sushi bar is tucked away in Harbord Village.

Helmed by award-winning Chef Yasu, diners are treated to an intimate and one-of-a-kind experience. Chef Yasu creates his daily menu based on fresh and seasonal fish, and every day is an exceptional culinary surprise.

Where: 81 Harbord Street

Monkey Sushi

 

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You’ll find several Monkey Sushi locations around Toronto, and each one is equally as satisfying.

Monkey Sushi says it sources its ingredients from local farmers. There are over 100 dishes on the menu that you can try a la carte style or all-you-can-eat. Tasty and filling every single time.

Where: See all locations