Second time visiting this restaurant - went for lunch the first time and thought maybe dinner would be much better - unfortunately no - basically the same!
Not that anything is really bad - just that the food is plentiful but mediocre and that has never been the idea behind real sushi restaurants. I'm sure that Japanese visitors would be shocked at what this restaurant (and others) are starting to do to sushi in Canada.
There is no highly desirable Tuna - certainly no Big-eye, Yellow-fin or Blue-fin
There is a fairly large selection of other dishes - noodles, rice, Chinese dishes, fries, garlic bread, etc..
If you are looking for a family all-you-can-eat this restaurant may meet your needs but if you are expecting a good sushi place, go to a real sushi restaurant.
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