Greatest All You Can Eat AYCE Sushi In Montreal

  • Here at MTL Blog, you know we love to deliver when it comes to the best restaurants in the city.
  • So here’s another great list to help you choose your next all-you-can-eat sushi adventure.
  • This AYCE Sushi list is super inclusive and has spots from downtown to DDO, West Island to Pointe-Claire. Find your new local fave below.

Sushi is one of those foods that can cross the boundaries of age, religion and politics. Personally, I get really intense cravings for sushi at least once a month. Unfortunately, sushi can be reaaaally expensive, and we can’t all treat ourselves like that on the regular. We’ve got budgets to respect and weeks when we need to live between paychecks, after all.

Luckily, all-you-can-eat sushi restaurants exist for those days when you want to eat a LOT of good food. It’s also a great option for those indecisive people out there who want to try all of the different sushi. Have the sashimi, the maki, the spring rolls, the sushi pizza and the fried rice all in one night. I won’t judge you, I promise.

All you can eat sushi is particularly great for big groups: sushi can be modified to suit a ton of different food restrictions, from vegan to gluten-free. And, most AYCE spots also serve a ton of warm dishes alongside their raw fish selection, so even picky eaters can eat their share of food.

Make sure you go to one of these AYCE restaurants with a good appetite and some stretchy pants!

Kuu Bistro

Where: 1219 Phillips Square, Montreal.

What: Kuu Bistro is one of the best places to get AYCE sushi in Montreal. The fish is actually really fresh, and they have SO many options to choose from. You definitely get good bang for your buck.

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Sushi St Denis

Where: 1669 Rue St-Denis, Montreal.

What: This venerable Montreal institution is definitely one of the better AYCE sushi joints in the city. They have a ton of choice, and great service.

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Takumi Sushi

Where: 405 Rue Sherbrooke E., Montreal.

What: Not only is this restaurant all you can eat, but it’s also bring your own wine. It’s a great option for those of us who want to eat a lot on a budget.

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Sushi Crescent

Where: 1437 rue Crescent, Montreal.

What: This sushi joint is always busy – and with good reason. It’s hard to beat their $17.99 AYCE lunch deal or $25.99 dinner deal, right in the heart of the city.

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Tokyo Sushi Bar

Where: 185 rue Saint-Paul Ouest, Montreal.

What: This Old Port sushi buffet makes AYCE sushi look classy A.F. The food itself is savoury and fantastic.

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Sushi Sainte Catherine

Where: 1801 rue Saint-Catherine O, Montreal

What: Owned by the same people who brought you Sushi St. Denis, Sushi Sainte Catherine is the restaurant conveniently located on Ste Catherine in the Guy-Concordia area.

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Sushi Palace

Where: 5 locations on the island, find yours here.

What: Sushi Palace is known for their affordably-priced lunch and dinner all you can eat sushi. They have a huuuuge menu, so if you’re planning on trying all of the dishes, you need to come prepared with an appetite.

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Where: 1800, boul. St-Martin O in Laval & 2762, boul. St-Charles on West Island.

What: Hasu sushi has two locations in the city that prove that you can find great AYCE without going downtown. Oh, and they have a good selection of beer and wine.

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Sushi Plus

Where: 1248 ave. Beaumont and 5940 ch. Côte-Des-Neiges

What: The service and the food at this AYCE joint are amongst the best on this list. The waiters are super friendly and accommodating, and they have a bunch of maki rolls on the menu.

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Sushi St-Jean

Where: 1000 boulevard Saint-Jean, Pointe-Claire.

What: This joint on the west of the island has a crazy selection of sushi for a really good price. You can’t beat a $23.99 diner special.

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Where: 537 Rue Sainte-Catherine O., Montreal.

What: Not only does this place offer all you can eat sushi, but it’s also BYOB so pick up a bottle of wine or pack of Sapporo on your way. Talk about an inexpensive dinner!

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Where: 1017 boul. Saint Laurent, Montreal.

What: This Korean BBQ joint has a AYCE menu, which includes warm plates and a selection of Nigiri.

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Taiyo Sushi

Where: 1709 rue Denis St, Montreal.

What: Taiyo sushi has a great lunch and dinner AYCE sushi special. They also have a great ambiance that makes this place perfect for a date.

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Sushi Kanda

Where: 6 locations in the city, find your closest one here.

What: This fresh sushi place has a great menu and many of their locations are BYOB. The dream! A selection of their restaurants also deliver if you’re not feeling the AYCE fantasy and just want to stay home and sushi up.

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Yoko Montreal

Where: 4747 rue Jean-Talon Est, Montreal.

What: This AYCE sushi restaurant in St-Leonard has a wonderful ambiance and uses fresh ingredients. Their menu is just $26 on weekdays and $30 on weekends.

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That completes the list of the best AYCE places in Montreal! Now go out and eat to your heart’s content, my friends!

All research done in this article is by the author. Restaurants never pay to be featured on MTL Blog’s “Best Of” lists; furthermore, this list represents a showcase of great spots, and is not a numbered ranking.

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