Maison du Japon
Nelson @ Woodbine & John: Maison du Japon is one of my favourite AYCE sushi places in Toronto. Decent quality and selection for a typical price. Nothing spectacular, but they don't really doing anything poorly either, which is important where there are many competitors. Service is usually decent too and nothing to complain about like many other AYCE sushi places.
I'm going to attempt to list what is pictured: sashimi (salmon, white fish, fake crab, mackerel, surf clam, snapper), calamari, tuna belly (too fatty for me), spicy salmon hand rolls (i prefer the sushi version), tempura vegetables (yam is my favourite), deep fried scallop (fresh non-battered is better), eggplant, bean sprouts, some rolls and more rolls, gyoza (fried dumplings), kalbi (beef short rib, which is always tasty), Fried Sesame Chicken (pretty tasty here), cooked salmon filets, tonkatsudon (on of my personal favourites, but always too filling at AYCE), enoki wrapped with beef, a unique roll to Maison but not sure the name, more rolls and sushi pizza, beef tenderloin (which is quite good here).
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