BC Sushi, 2126 West Broadway, Vancouver, BC (AMMENDED: July 25, 2015)
The report below was written in 2013, but sadly, the late night sushi at BC Sushi has gone down hill big time. The quality of the food is sub par and it was not enjoyable nor good value for money. Instead, we recommend you go to Sushi California on Broadway (1 block east of the Canada Line Station at Cambie). You will spend less money per person and the quality of the food is leaps and bounds better than BC Sushi late night. Sad news, but it is our duty to give you the best advice we can. Unfortunately the quality depicted in the photos below from 2013 is NOT the standard provided today.
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Robson Sushi, 1542 Robson Street, Vancouver, BC (visit date: JAN 23, 2013)
SAD NEWS: This place is now closed. What a shame.
It has been a while since I had dined at Robson Sushi, and with fond memories of prior visits, a business meeting saw me treat a friend and fellow internet business associate to lunch partaking in their lunch menu.
Tomokazu / Ninkazu, 1128 West Broadway, Vancouver, BC (visit date: JAN 19, 2013)
After a long period of avoiding this long established all you can eat sushi house due to poor value for money, I tried to give it another fighting chance. It was quite late in the evening and I was hungry, with a hankering for sushi to please the palate, so off I went to Tomokazu.
Their late night all you can east menu is priced at $13.95 ($15.62 including tax) and I arrived at 10 pm for a thirty minute eating session. The price includes a limit of two orders of sashimi per person, along with the usual basic staples you’ll find on most local all you can eat late night menus.