When you live in the city, chances are you’ve tried one of the many sushi places in the city. For the Kingsway, we’re lucky to have Sushi2Go. With three locations in the city, their Bloor & Royal York location is the location we like to call home.

While Sushi2Go has been around since 1996, opening their first location at Queensway & Islington before expanding to Dundas and Kipling in 2002 and finally, Bloor and Royal York in 2004. Each location decorated with perfection, with dim lighting at night for the perfect romantic atmosphere over a glass of sake, or a dinner with friends sharing a huge boat of sashimi.

All of their locations get excellent reviews, but their Kingsway location in particular has 4/5 stars on Google with 47 ratings. It’s no wonder – their selection of food tastes always fresh and their service is friendly and inviting. Their menu has a large selection of sushi, sashimi, bento boxes, Udon soup, and other Japanese dishes.  Even if you’re not a fan of sushi, you will be able to find something tasty to enjoy.

If you’re around for lunch, you can snag one of Sushi2Go’s lunch meals at an affordable price. Lunch combos and entrees range from $11.86-16.95, making it the perfect budget friendly lunch spot.

Sushi2Go really lives up to its name as the perfect option for takeout. Grabbing some fresh, fast sushi on the way home is a sure way to make family and friends happy. Packaged nicely and neatly, you can trust that you’ll have a delicious meal once you get home.

If you’re a fan of sushi rolls, Sushi2Go has a “Funky Roll” section with all kinds of unique rolls. We really love the references to Toronto, with the Skydome Roll and Toronto Roll. For vegetarians, you’ll also find tons of options, such as the Love Love Tofu Role and the Yasai Roll.

For sake lovers, they have a sake menu with some really nice tasting Japanese Sake. If you have yet to try the traditional rice wine (sake) then we encourage you to do so on your next visit!  The staff is wonderful and knowledgeable, and can recommend a good glass of sake to try for your first time.

To finish off your meal, there are some mouthwatering Japanese desserts to try. We love the green tea ice cream, but you really can’t go wrong with any of their unique ice cream selections.

Website:   http://www.sushi2go.ca/