Sometimes “a lot” of food is a good thing. And sometimes “entirely too much” is even better.
While “all-you-can-eat” – or ‘AYCE’ for the more seasoned economy-munchers among us – had long been synonymous with poor quality grub thanks to the Sizzlers and Mandarins of the world, the last few years has really seen a turning of the tide in top-notch culinary scenes like Toronto.
Thanks to high-end brunch buffets, unselfish sushi joints, and other creative culinary curators, The Big Smoke now offers a great selection of eat-till-you-pop alternatives within not only respectable but delectable establishments.
The question is: which one is the best?
Take a look at the options below and let us know where you prefer to pack in the protein and crush the carbs, all for one simple price that’s 100% less elastic than the pants you’ll need to be wearing when the bill comes. If you think something is missing, please select “Other” and enter their name; we’ll make sure they don’t get stuffed…
Aji Sai – Sushi
The Dakota Tavern (Sundays Only) – Scrambled Eggs, Sausage, Pancakes, Fruit Salad
The Hot House Restaurant & Bar (Sundays Only) – Brunch Buffet
Copacabana – Brazilian Steakhouse
Poutineville (Tuesdays Only) – Poutine
Fushimi – Sushi