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Best quality/price sushi in the Greater Montreal?

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Hi all,

I love Miyako (Amherst Strt) sushi, but prices are a bit pricey! There was a place on Decarie, Moushi Sushi, that I thought had the best quality/price sushi, but since they move and I can't say it's the same!

Who do you think has the best quality/price sushi in the Greater Montreal? If you can, give examples (an avocado Hosomaki at $2.95, classics like a California at $5.00 etc ....).

Looking forward to try a few of the places you may suggest!!


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  1. Aka Fuji on Wellington in Verdun is very, very good. It's not cheap, (not too expensive, either) but it is good quality so I rank it high on the value scale.

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    1. re: mrm_ch

      I agree about Aka-Fuji, although I haven't been in a couple of years so can't really recommend them.

      Another place that offers very good value is Azuma in Mile-End.

      BTW, these places are a bit more serious than your average California roll place, so they may not be what the OP is looking for.

    2. For my money, Misoya in Lasalle nigh-unbeatable at any price.

      1. My yens are at Kyoto on Decarie in Ville St. Laurent.....

        1. One of the highest quality sushis for the price is Okane at Rockland center, across from the Pharmaprix. This place is under the radar in a big way. It's not fancy but it is tops. It is one of the best quick sushi counters in the city.

          1. In the middle of nowhere but I find Sushi Plus on Beaumont to be quite fresh and reasonable.

            1. Any recommendations near Concordia?

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              1. re: kpaxonite

                Disclaimer: I haven't been to this place for a few years BUT the sushi counter in the food court of the Faubourg was always fresh and surprising for a food court place. It was also very well priced. I am planning to go again soon. When you go up the escalators, you have to walk all the way to the other end near the washrooms.

                1. re: MiciMaci

                  Please let me know how it is after you go.. I ended up at thali instead.... AMAZING value in fact probably the best deal downtown... but not sushi.

                  1. re: kpaxonite

                    thali was decent when it first opened and then went downhill fast. Small portions, lukewarm food.

                    1. re: Ghostquatre

                      I got a pretty big portion for ten dollars.... with 2 meat dishes and one vege... as a solo diner i dont know where I could get anything similar downtown... and the quality in my opinion was pretty good for indian food in the area

                      1. re: kpaxonite

                        how is a $10 thali a good deal? that place is only ok. the best indian deal near concordia is imo the chicken tikka naan sandwich in the faubourg but only at noon. otherwise they will serve you cooked chicken from a shopping bag and 4 hour old naan.