If humans had never learned to catch fish, sushi bars would remain unused and chopsticks would be forced to moonlight as oddly stiff kick-line dancers. Watch an eating utensil achieve its destiny with today's Groupon to Asia Feast Sushi Bar in Vaughan. Choose between two options:
- For $10, you get an all-you-can-eat sushi buffet Sunday–Thursday (up to a $20.99 value).
- For $20, you get $40 worth of à la carte menu items and drinks.
Asia Feast serves up traditional and Japanese fusion cuisine crafted from fresh ingredients sourced locally and internationally. Flavour foragers can opt to reserve seats in advance for unfettered access to the all-you-can-eat sushi spread, which, like field day at culinary school, starts with appetizers such as the teriyaki beef roll. Guests gather around the softly lit streamlined counter to see chefs employ seaweed nets to ensnare frisky shoals of freshwater unagi (eel) sushi and hokkigai (surf clam) sashimi or feel the colourful breath of the Rainbow dragon roll with salmon, tuna, and tai.
Unchain unruly appetites for the à la carte lunch or dinner menu and burrow into blankets of teppan-fried udon noodles and mixed seafood (13.99). Sushi pizza offers the roomy transportation of doughy rafts for salmon, crabmeat, eel, or vegetables ($6.99), and taste buds make cross-bay travel for Chinese-inspired fare such as beef tenderloin in peking sweet sauce ($10.95).
Drinks revive land-locked maritime morsels with 375 millilitres of Nigori unfiltered cold sake ($21.95) or chilled chalices of honeydew bubble milk tea ($3.95). Colourfully back-lit kanji at Asia Feast's entrance welcome diners as three large ceiling fixtures glow with the cylindrical light of hanging glass rods.
Asia Feast Sushi Bar
Modern chandeliers dangle their elongated glass filaments above the sushi bar that dominates the center of the dining room, illuminating the sushi chefs as they artfully arrange cuts of fish. From behind the bar, carefully rolled maki can emerge with cores of freshly sliced salmon, mushroom, or spicy sauce. Meanwhile, the kitchen's chefs sear orders of teriyaki-glazed chicken, steak, and shrimp, switching culinary gears to prepare such Chinese-inspired entrees as curry beef brisket and chow mein. During select lunchtime hours, the restaurant features an all-you-can-eat special, which encompasses delicacies from every food group ever willed into existence.
1200 Hwy. 7 West
Vaughan, Ontario L4J 0E1Get Directions