If you aren't used to sushi, and if you haven't tried a lot of other sushi places in town, and you don't mind a 45 minute wait, then Toshi is the restaurant for you
I find that the majority of the crowd here is Caucasian, like my self, and as such I'm not surprised that they find the food here good - it isn't. It's not bad, but it doesn't come close to some places like Sushi town or Sushi garden. First of all, it is more expensive than the average sushi bar or restaurant. The salmon was decent, but the piece was small and a bit on the bland side, though the texture was nice. my wife had the tuna, and was not impressed. We waited over 20 minutes for our food - although the place was packed, there were enough sushi chefs to handle the load - I've seen smaller places do a faster and better job - the chefs here are just slow.
The food looks absolutely delicious though - its apparent they take care to present the food properly, however the taste simply does not meet its presentation. Don't expect to leave Toshi with a great experience..it simply isn't worth your time unless you happen to be in the area.
For good sushi, I recommend Sushi-town in burnaby or Sushi garden in vancouver - the rolls are bigger, tastier, and cheaper. If you are in the downtown area, try Aki sushi - great value for downtown prices, and good flavor