This review is for the location on Yonge just south of Bloor, although I believe that the "all you can eat brunch" is available at all locations.
For $17 a person ($3 more for the "premium" additions), one can sample a very wide variety of dim sum, sushi and sashimi, and other dishes. Basically, an Asian buffet is brought to your table fresh to order, one dish (one serving per dish) at a time.
Three of us dined and between us we probably sampled fifteen different items. None of the items, except the gyoza, which were burnt and should not have been served, and the pad thai, whch seemed to be noodles in diluted ketchup, were disappointing. On the other hand, not one of the items really impressed. The reality is that Toronto boasts restauants which serve excellent, authentic regional cuisine; Spring Rolls is ASIAN food (a bit of Japanese, Vietnamese, Korean, Mandarin, Szchehaun, and Cantonese, and I probably missed somewhere) dumbed down to please everyone. The result is inoffensive, filling and pleasant tasting if unexciting food (the only offensive offering was what I thought was hot sauce and turned out to be a mix of ketchup and French's yellow mustard: barf).
The price of the bunch, though at first glance a bargain, is not (not in Toronto, anyway). As I pointed out in other reviews, my husband and I can gorge ourselves on excellent dim sum on Spadina for $20 for the two of us; in Kensington market, we pay the same as at Spring Rolls but the taste is far superiour.
Bottom line: if you are the type of person who frequents franchise restaurants, you will love this brunch. If you have adventure in your soul and seek authentic tastes and experiences (and don't want to dip your dim sum in Heinz ketchup and French's mustard) go elsewhere.
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