The first time I went to Yang’s Kitchen for all-you-can-eat sushi was for Justin’s farewell dinner several years ago when he was leaving Toronto to go to Asia. I’ve always had a fond memory of the food we had there that night — the sushi was absolutely delicious!
Since we completed a 7-day detox last month, a number of us celebrated the success of it by having a retox party (we weren’t able to host one last time when we did the detox for the first time). Since Ten-ichi was unable to accommodate us — something about their power being out after 9 p.m. — I booked a table for 8 at Yang’s Kitchen.
We ended up having 18 people join us (wha.. lol) so it was fantastic that our table was able to engulf the surrounding space to fit everyone. Yay! All-you-can-eat sushi is best when you have upwards of 10 people in my opinion. 🙂
We ordered a TON of food that night. I wasn’t able to take a picture of every single dish that arrived on our table since I didn’t want to hold everyone up by having the camera eat first, so here’s a couple pictures of what we ordered:
I was really looking forward to having fleshy salmon sashimi since I didn’t get to try any on my most recent all-u-can-eat sushi experience at Matsuda. The sashimi served here was good but way too tiny. They also had ebi shrimp which is a nice thing to see at an all-you-can-eat sushi restaurant. 🙂
The beef was good; the shrimp tempera was too. Notable mentions includes the steamed egg (mm, it was soooo smooth!), the scallop ‘cutlet’, and the salmon avocado rolls. The spicy salmon had a lot of salmon in it but was unfortunately not spicy enough.
When it came time to desserts, Sarah absolutely loved the mango yogurt shooters. The mango pudding was all right.
All in all, a solid all-you-can-eat sushi place. 🙂