Japanese

JAPANESE

Genji

175 Lisgar Street (Centretown)

www.genji.ca

Genji is a quaint, chic sushi bar that is a-la-carte style with many vegan options. You can ask the staff the vegan-ize some of the non vegan options too by modifying or omitting non vegan ingredients. Good flavour assortment like radish rolls and shiitake mushroom rolls. For smaller appetites or more expensive taste. They have a good sake selection too. Perfect for a small group or date.

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Sushi Go

827 Bank St. (Glebe)

48 Byward Market

340 Albert St. (Downtown)

3712 Innes Rd. (Orleans)

20 blvd. du Plateau (Secteur Hull)

Great take out, (made to order and fridge ready) and dine-in sushi. Fun environment with mellow tunes playing. Lots of reasonably priced a-la-carte vegetarian sushi. Can modify any order to veganize it. For example; ask for sun dried tomato roll with avocado instead of cream cheese or ask for no mayo on some veg sushi rolls. Also have great quality tea. Perfect for a picnic!

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168 Sushi

1651 Merivale Rd. (Nepean)

1760 St. Laurent Blvd. (Elmvale)

www.168sushibuffet.com

The bustling and glamorous atmosphere and iPad ordering make this large all you can eat restaurant great. Quick and accurate service and lots of veggie options. Will do no mayo on request. Good for big groups. Pricier for all you can eat sushi, but you get to feel super glam while stuffing it in!

Sushi Kan

1910 Innes Rd. (Gloucester)

1280 Baseline Rd. (Nepean)

655 Kanata Ave. (Kanata)

228 Albert St. (Downtown)

www.sushikan.ca

A favorite all you can eat sushi place for bigger groups. Lots of fresh healthier options such as seaweed salad, edamame and cold tofu. Easy to navigate menu with full descriptions. Can modify veggie rolls to omit mayo. They have fried banana rolls for dessert. Reasonably priced. It’s been my family’s go-to for sibling hang outs. I’ve also seen runner groups in carbing up before races!

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Tomo

109 Clarence St in Byward Market

http://tomorestaurant.ca

If your omni friends suggest going here, don’t pass it up! You will have to navigate the menu pretty carefully to put together what is vegan but it can be done with pretty great results. From veggie sushi rolls to udon noodles and little traditional add ons like edamame and seaweed salad. The best part is the atmosphere. The beautiful old world meets graffiti geisha murals are amazing, the sake barrel wall is super artistic and even the bathroom is instagrammable. They double as a hip night club so you could go just for cocktails and nibble on a few vegan friendly treats.

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