When you go to Toshi Sushi you must expect to wait 30 to 45 minutes to get a table. Regulars know this and start lining up 30 to 45 minutes before the restaurant opens to participate in the first sitting of the evening. A word of caution, do not have one person hold a spot while everyone else checks out the local shops. If all members of your party are not there when a table becomes available, you will not be seated.
The wait is well worth it. The sushi is fresh, the selection as wide as possible for British Columbia, and the prices are reasonable. Toshi Sushi's owners and staff are Japanese and it shows in the the way the portions are cut and presented.
The restaurant has a cafe style atmosphere. You can sit at the sushi bar and watch the chef's in action. Or you can sit a table. It is a little crowded, but you still do not feel like you are sharing space with strangers. My wife and I do not mind going here for special dinners. It is romantic in a way of its own, with the look and textures of the food more than making up for the brighter lights and busy atmosphere.
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