|Cuisine Type |||Japanese, Sushi|
|Ambiance |||Good For Groups|
|Meals Served |||Light Meals/Snacks, Lunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Full Bar|
|Payment |||MasterCard, American Express, Visa|
|Getting There |||Bathurst Subway Station|
|Cross Street |||Bathurst|
|Monday - Thursday 12PM-10:45PM, Friday - Saturday 12PM-12AM, Sunday 12PM -10PM|
Profile Last Updated: March 10, 2009
One of the most popular and affordable sushi restaurants in Toronto, Sushi On Bloor has a loyal following of regulars. Lineups are a regular occurrence at this sushi epicentre in the Annex – so much so that they recently opened a second floor dining area to deal with the overflow. With a menu sporting hundreds of options of sushi, sashimi, California rolls, appetizers, combos, and more, those lineups may have as much to do with indecision as popularity. But whatever the choice, the food is delicious. Most orders include a starter of salad or miso soup. Japanese beer and warm sake, as well as complimentary green tea, are available to complement each meal.
The main floor of Sushi On Bloor is crammed with tables. The sushi is prepared at a bar out in the open, as is common in Japanese restaurants. Some counter seating is available for those who would like to watch their meals being created. Dining upstairs is a little more spacious. The long, well lit room has a newer feel to it and the view down onto Bloor Street is fun – especially for those who like to enjoy some inconspicuous people-watching while they eat.
Sushi to Go
For hungry folk who live in the neighbourhood, it is possible to call ahead and order sushi to go. This is a popular alternative to waiting in line during peak hours.