K & B Sushi, All The Dumplings Were Eaten (All of Them)

Every once in a while, I get this almost animalistic urge to go rampaging through a sushi buffet. Since this is a blog and you might not know me personally, here’s a fun fact: I have a love/hate/more love relationship with sushi. Soon as someone even recommends that we get sushi, I’m already half way there in stretchy pants.

And the sushi? It always has to be all you can eat, it’s the best way to go. I’ve been to an insane amount of all you can eat sushi places around the city, but not many of them have been as fancy as K+B Sushi.

Note: They do have an all you can eat menu, but are also a fancy restaurant with individual pricing.

My background is not in architecture, but god damn that is one beautifully designed building. It looks like a venue that the crew of the Normandy from Mass Effect would go to for space sushi (vague video game reference ftw). Even when you walk inside you can tell that the design of this restaurant is definitely a priority.

After being seated, we were given the now standard iPad menu system to order from which as a tech nut, I always get a little giddy over. The menu itself is pretty comprehensive with a little something for everyone. But then it happened, I saw those two words that brought a manly tear to my eyes: “Dumpling Menu”. We all know about my love affair with dumplings, I even made my own and talked about it a while back.

After pressing all the buttons on the iPad menu, we awaited the arrival of all our food, and it was well worth the wait.

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The quality of the food was top notch, the presentation was clean and beautiful and again, the dumplings. So many dumplings, I’m pretty sure I ate my body weight in dumplings.

I was pretty damn happy about the sushi and the service here, and so were my friends. If you’re in Etobicoke or Oakville, or possess the ability to get there, check them out.

For more on their menu, check them out on their main website.

 

 

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