With Sushi Rolls, Dumplings, Rice, and Noodles, the Sky’s the Limit! A Photo Spotlight on Sushi Sky

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As foodies, we go through a lot of different experiences, changes, and revelations throughout our lifetime.  We develop obsessions passions, aversions, allergies, and everything in between, all the while gaining knowledge and inspiration from every meal and bite we have and take.  With that train of thought in mind, I pose a question: have you ever been through the experience of enjoying a place okay during the first go-around, only to find that you end up loving it even more the second time?  That, suddenly, you feel like you’re able to appreciate things in a different capacity and see things through a different lens?  This was my experience with Sushi Sky and I feel like I’ve been completely reinspired.  So inspired, in fact, that I’m starting a new sushi subseries completely devoted to great lunch specials!  Oh, and so inspired that I’ve given my brother a new nickname because he helped in this newfound inspiration – details to follow in tomorrow’s write-up.  

With so many sushi bars and all-you-can-eats in Toronto and Markham, my sushi journey that began nearly 5 years ago has been nothing short of delicious and knowledge-enhancing!  However, it’s because of the sheer volume of choices that makes it just as difficult to weed out the amazingly fabulous from the great to the decent to the terrible.  When you find something that works, you come back to it over and over again and when you find something not-so-great, you chalk it up to a learning experience and move on.  The Sushi Shop may be the great sushi love of my life in the city with Ginza sitting comfortably in second, but I’ve found so many wonderful places that have so much great food to offer that I feel like I have favourite things from every place I’ve been to so far.  There are hidden gems just waiting to be discovered (and eaten!) at Sushi Sky and I can’t wait to tell you all about them in tomorrow’s write-up.  Here’s a photo sneak peek of tomorrow’s Sushi Sky post! 

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Sushi Sky is located at 478 Yonge Street in downtown Toroto, just north of College Street on the west side of Yonge.  They are open 7 days a week for both lunch and dinner from 11:30am-11pm Monday-Saturday and from 12pm noon-11pm on Sundays.