Echo sushi specializes in unique sushi rolls, fresh sushi and sashimi chosen daily and the ability to alter orders to the customer's preference.
Echo Sushi, located a short walk north of Eglinton on Yonge, serves up AYCE that starts at $13.99. Health-conscious diners have the option of brown rice, and patient, knowledgeable wait staff ensure that first-timers to Japanese cuisine can distinguish their udon from their unagi don.
I had sushi and sushimi at many other restaurants, and never did I like them nearly as much as at Echo Sushi. Echo Sushi is this tiny Japanese restaurant just north of Davisville station; because it's so small, it's easy to get a waiter's or waitress's attention, which is especially beneficial when you have all-you-can-eat. I always take my friends to this place, and everyone loves it.... more
My friends and I came here for lunch on a busy Saturday and were a bit disappointed given the rave reviews on Yelp. The sushi rolls were decent but they were lacking flavour so we asked for spicy mayo (helped a lot!). The beef ribs were extremely overcooked, stiff and dry and I love beef ribs so I asked for another dish of that cooked medium rare and they came back with another dish of beef... more
Went yesterday (Thursday night) for AYCE.
Price-wise, it's quite expensive for a weekday. The servers were decent, cleared our plates quickly and served water/tea efficiently.
The salmon sashimi was not the freshest, it was just ok. I liked the brown-rice option for 5-6 of their maki rolls, however, if you prefer brown rice for their other rolls, it will cost you extra.
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Hungry North Toronto locals love Echo Sushi for the lightning quick service and the extensive all-you-can-eat menu that transcends the cheap and cheerful norm. While an impressive a la carte menu is available, it is the all encompassing 'All You Can Eat' option that reigns supreme. Sashimi is fresh and the nigiri is perfectly formed, however, maki is the recommended fare. Favorites include the... more