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I was shopping on queen and wanted some good sushi..found this place and was very pleased!! Ordered the kamikaze 1&2 rolls..tuna and salmon, so tasty!!! Great prices for the quality!
I am from Vancouver so I am accustomed to really good sushi. Since I've moved to Toronto I have not found a sushi place that meets my expectations...that is until I found Sushi Marche in Leslieville/Toronto..Their sushi is super fresh (literally can taste the freshness!). I got it takeout but I found out they also do Sushi Delivery too. The owner told me they offer sushi classes...I might just have to sign up!
Found Sushi Marche in Leslieville / Toronto when a good friend told me about it. The sushi was excellent!! Probably some of the freshest sushi I have ever tasted in Toronto. I've been there twice, once when me and my gf went there to pick up dinner (I had the sashimi dinner and she had maki rolls) the other time we got it delivered to our place. Which we found awesome because not many sushi places offer delivery. We may even go back and take some of their sushi classes they offer
Sushi Marche is leaving some serious money on the table. A restaurant that serves raw fish this fresh, and this good could easily fill a large room seven nights a week; and run up tabs with bottles of Asahi and unfiltered sake. But that's not what head sushi chef and founder John Lee has decided to do. Instead, Sushi Marche is almost strictly a take-out operation.Ok, technically there's a small... more
Bar none the best sushi in Toronto. We have tried litteraly hundreds of sushi places in the city but we always come back to Sushi Marché. The (take-out and delivery) service is great, the sushi is irreproachably fresh and paired nicely with interesting ingredients. Presentation is aways remarkable. I should mention the amazing ginger salad dressing which we buy full... more
For a walk in off the street take out sushi place, they do allow you to sit on the few chairs they have to eat what you ordered if you like. Our sushi was fresh and the place was extremely clean. Expensive for take out but I think it's worth it. Will be back when I am in the neighbourhood... more
Since opening in 2007, Sushi Marche has been the go-to place for sushi, sashimi and maki in Toronto's east-end Leslieville neighbourhood. Prices here are higher than you'll find at many other places in the city, but you're paying for quality. The fish is unquestionably fresh, and the presentation, with such items as gooseberries and shiso leaves serving as edible garnishes that accent the... more