Vancouver is known for extremely fresh sushi at some of the best prices around. Cheap and delicious sushi is what this city does best.
If you’re looking to eat a little healthier, sushi can be a great option full of protein, omega-3, and carbs, or if you just want something quick and tasty this Japanese export is an all-around good choice.
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Here are some of the best places to get cheap and delicious sushi in Vancouver
Naruto offers a lunch deal for only $8.95, this is comprised of any three items on their menu and a miso soup. The offer is from 11:30 am to 4:30 pm daily, and it gets packed so you’ll want to arrive early. They also offer brown rice choices.
Address: 2763 Commercial Drive, Vancouver
The eatery is a total hidden gem, tucked inconspicuously into an outdoor strip mall, Tokyo Joe’s isn’t called a sushi factory for nothing. Regular rolls and veggie rolls (six or eight pieces) here range from $2.95 to $5.95. The ‘Famous Rolls’ go for just a couple dollars more.
Address: 8211 Ackroyd Road #130, Richmond
This Korean and Japanese fusion restaurant invites guests to settle in and eat as much sushi as they can handle. AYCE lunch here is $17.95 per person, while the dinner goes for $28.95.
Address: 2993 Granville Street, Vancouver
Yamato offers 24 pieces of sushi for only $5.95, and with their melt-in-your-mouth sashimi and super fresh sushi, you’ll want to check this place out. Pro tip — the lines can get long here, so we suggest you order it to go.
Address: 616 Davie Street, Vancouver
This joint is a nno-frillssushi restaurant in Kitsilano. Sushi Gallery’s options start as low as $1.25 for a nigiri roll, and their party trays are super affordable, costing less than ten dollars a person for a wack of cheap and delicious sushi.
Address: 3772 West 10th Avenue, Vancouver
Located on the second floor of 755 Burrard Street, Shabusen offers an all-you-can-eat sushi lunch for $17.95 and dinner option for $29.95 per person. This smorgasbord of sushi includes bbq meats you cook yourself at your table, various kinds of sushi, sashimi, and gyoza options.
Address: 202-755 Burrard Street, Vancouver
Bay Sushi Cafe is a great place to hang out with some friends and eat some seriously cheap sushi. Most rolls are under $5, and they have some of the most competitively-priced sushi combos in town.
Address: 678 Seymour Street, Vancouver
This sushi joint has some cheap eats, as the most expensive sushi roll on the menu will run you $6.95. Volcano Sushi and Grill offers most of their rolls for only $2 to $4 dollars each, it’ll be hard to spend a lot at this place.
Address: 1991 East Hastings Street, Vancouver
Momo Sushi in Gastown has an extensive sushi menu for some great prices. The spicy salmon roll at this joint not only comes with double the salmon (sashimi on top – plus the normal spicy salmon inside the roll) but it’ll only cost you $4.25.
Address: 375 Water Street, Vancouver