Is too much sushi a thing? Tokyo 26 offers all-you-can-eat menu

By Rosemary McCoy

Want all the sushi and other Japanese dishes you can eat for one price?

Tokyo 26 is offering an all-you-can-eat menu on Sundays.

The special started earlier this month, and “if customers like it, we will keep it going,” manager Michelle Lin said.

Servers wait on diners for the all-you-can-eat special.

“If you finish one dish, you can order a second; if you finish that, you can order another,” Lin said of the entrees.

Most of the menu items are part of the special. Customers can choose from soups, salads, appetizers, fried and maki rolls, sushi and sashimi. There are tempura, hibachi and teriyaki dishes, as well as fried rice and pan-fried udon.

Tokyo 26, 4511 E. 26th St., is open from noon to 9 p.m. Sundays.

The all-you-can-eat lunch price is $18.88, with $6 off for ages 5-12 and 65 and older. After 3 p.m., the price is $26.88, with an $8 discount for children and seniors. Kids younger than 5 eat for free.

Tokyo 26 has been in a retail center on the southeast corner of 26th Street and Sycamore Road for almost two years.

Is too much sushi a thing? Tokyo 26 offers all-you-can-eat menu

Want all the sushi and other Japanese dishes you can eat for one price?

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