Best All You Can Eat Sushi In Sydney

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Oh, sushi - how fun you are! The enthusiastic greetings. The train delivery. The vibrant colours. The endless choice. The sheer opportunity for over-indulgence! 

If like us, you’re passionate about all-things sushi, you’ll be overjoyed to hear that all you can eat (AYCE) sushi in Sydney is 100% a thing, giving you ample chance to stuff yourself silly over Nigiri, Narezushi, Maki, Makizushi and a whole lot more.

Here’s where to get your fill in Sydney. Make sure you book ahead! 

Okami, Marrickville

Okami Marrickville

With more than 20 popular outposts in Melbourne, we will finally be able to try the authentic Japanese delights of Okami at its first Sydney restaurant. The Marrickville eatery brings with it the famous all-you-can-eat menu of sushi, sashimi, karaage chicken, agedashi tofu and more. It's amazing value for the revered restaurant - you can indulge in as much you like within a generous two-hour feasting window. Minimum of two people and drinks are not included. More Okami restaurants will be popping up across Sydney soon! 

Where: Shop 6&7/359 Illawarra Road, Marrickville NSW 2204
When: Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 5:30pm - 10 pm; Tuesday Closed; Friday & Saturday 5pm - 11pm; Sunday Lunch 12pm - 3pm; Sunday Dinner 5pm - 10pm
Cost: $34.80 per person. Kids 4 to 12 are $18 per person and Under 4s are FREE.

Kansai Japanese Restaurant, Sydney CBD

Kansai Sushi

Kansai Japanese Restaurant offers a glorious all you can eat sushi selection for dinner Monday to Saturday for a minimum of two people. For $35, you can get any items on the dine-in menu, excluding sashimi, hot pots and gelato. For $10 more, however, you can get any items on the dine-in menu including sashimi and hot pots, so it depends what kind of mood you’re in!

Where: 7 Hunter Street, Sydney
When: Monday to Saturday. Dinner only.
Cost: $35 - $45 per person

Mori Sushi Cafe, Glebe

A great spot to go with the family, Mori Sushi Cafe offers a special children's price for their all you can eat menu. With a minimum of two people, you can order any item off of the dine-in menu, which spans all of the usual suspects including gyoza, udon, tempura and hot pots. It does, however, exclude sashimi, wagyu and BBQ items. Regardless, there’s a whole lotta delicious food waiting to be eaten!

Where: 175 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe
When: Monday to Sunday. Lunch and dinner.
Cost: $29.50 per adult, $19.50 per child

Izu Village, Sydney CBD

Izu Village’s Japanese buffet offers all you can eat hot pot, sushi, sides and desserts in 90-minute sittings. The ingredients are of high quality, fresh, and the presentation is also on point. Lunch is $38pp Monday to Friday and $48pp on weekends  Dinner is $68pp. Children 5 and under are free, and 6-12 are half price.

Where: 630 George St, Sydney
When: Monday to Sunday. Lunch and dinner.
Cost: $38 - $68 per person

Suminoya Japanese Restaurant, Sydney CBD

Suminoya Yakiniku Buffet Sushi

Buffet lovers - you need to check this spot out! Suminoya serves up delicious Japanese fare in 90-minute buffet sittings. There are Gourmet (seafood and grilled meat) buffet package available Sunday to Thursday, and Deluxe (sashimi, seafood and grilled meat) and Premium (sashimi, seafood, wagyu beef rib, sushi.and grilled meat) packages every day.

They are currently only taking bookings for adults.

Where: 1 Hosking Place, Sydney
When: Monday to Saturday. Dinner only.
Cost:  Adults $60 - $65

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