Best All You Can Eat Sushi (AYCE) In Sydney

Oh, sushi—how fun you are. The enthusiastic greetings! The train! The colour! The 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.

Kansai Japanese Restaurant 

Located on Hunter Street in the city, Kansai Japanese restaurant offers a glorious all you can eat sushi option from Monday to Saturday at dinner time only for a minimum party of 2 people. For $35, you can get any items on the dine-in menu, excluding sashimi, hot pots and gelato. For 10 bucks more, however, you can get any items on the dine-in menu as well as sashimi and hot pots—so it depends what kinda mood you’re in!

Where: 7 Hunter Street, Sydney 2000
When: Monday to Saturday dinner 
Cost: $35-$45

Mori Japanese Restaurant

A great spot to go with the family, Mori Japanese Restaurant in Glebe offers a special child price for their all you can eat menu. For $29.50 per adult and $19.50 per child with a minimum party of 2, 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, waygu and BBQ items. Regardless, there’s a whole lotta delicious food waiting to be eaten!

Where: 175 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe 2037
When: Monday to Sunday lunch and dinner
Cost: $29.50 per adult, $19.50 per child

Kobe Jones Sydney

Offering a contemporary twist on traditional Japanese sushi restaurants, Kobe Jones Sydney combines a Californian twist with attentive service, stylish interiors and stunning harbour views to boot. 

Their all you can eat menu is here for a good time, not for a long time—as it’s only available from Monday to Wednesday at lunchtime. However, for just $29.50 per head, it’s a great way to experience this upmarket Japanese dining experience on a budget.

Where: 29 Lime Street, Sydney 2000
When: Monday to Wednesday lunch
Cost: $29.50 per person

Izu Village 

Offering sittings of 90 minutes for buffet-style dining, Izu Village’s Japanese buffet on George Street provides a range of options depending on the age of your party. At lunchtime, it’s $38 per person Monday to Friday excluding a sashimi plate, $48 per person at weekends including a sashimi plate, and $68 per person for dinner. Children aged 5 and below go free, aged 6-12 are half price and aged 13 and above are full price.

The ingredients are of high quality, fresh, and the presentation is also on point. 

Where: 630 George St, Sydney 2000
When: Monday to Sunday lunch and dinner
Cost: $38 - $68

Suminoya Japanese Restaurant

Buffet lovers—you need to check this spot out. Offering a range of dining options, Suminoya serves up delicious Japanese fayre in 90-minute buffet sittings. There’s a gourmet option available from Monday through to Thursday comprising of seafood and yakiniku (grilled meat), a premium option available 7 days per week which includes sashimi, seafood and yakiniku, plus a deluxe version that’s also available throughout the week and consists of sashimi, seafood, waygu beef rib, yakiniku and sushi.

So, it depends how much you think you can manage and what kind of thing you’re in the mood for. Bear in mind that there is a charge if too much food is leftover and that kids prices are half the adult prices.

Where: 1 Hosking Place, Sydney 2000
When: Monday to Sunday lunch and dinner
Cost: $25-$65

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