My brother suggested we order sushi from Sushi 930. It’s a small take out place that has one table. It may seem small and amateur, but their fish is fresh and really high quality. The scallop sushi definitely stood out, it had a fresh sweet taste with a tender, bubbly texture… if that makes any sense. The subtle sweet taste of raw scallop is just… mmmmmmmmmm… gotta savour it. When you find high quality sushi and sashimi, it’s so worth it! You can tell by the texture and the taste.
Those flying fish roe sushi… my friend ordered 10 and ate all 10. Silly. The sushi on the left side were spicy white tuna rolls, they mixed in green and red peppers and onions. It did not taste good at all.
Surprisingly, their hand rolls were really food. I’ve had soggy or stale sheets of seaweed, but these were fresh and crispy.
Whenever I go to all you can eat restaurants, I need to bring a long someone who can eat my money’s worth as well. We ordered A LOT of food, I was intimidated, but my friend was able to annihilate everything.
This all you can eat sushi restaurant has been open in Hamilton on Upper James for a while now. I remember coming here before the renovations and the transition to iPad menus. The interior was the same (which I appreciate), white furniture, with purple accent lights and fixtures. The food is presented well, but the quality is the same as any other all you can eat.
If you enjoy good quality sushi, you’d avoid all-you-can-eats. But if you just want some average sushi, then hit up these restaurants. They also have a-la carte options (order single dishes).
This is a little take out place in Mapleview Mall, Burlington. It’s located on the lower level right under the food court, Their sushi is pretty good, and they have good deals at the end of the day. Woohoo deals!