I am from new york , so i check the review for chooseing the restaurant , but i think that is totally wrong . first this is korean open japenes reataurant , i like korean , but i want go the place is open by japenes, sorry about that, and when the dishes come , it cames all of roll first , and tell us we catn left rice on the dish, or will charge 5 dollar for each one person , but if u serves the sushi first , it wont happen that way~ and side dishes is not so good , but i think price is good for the one love roll at all~ and u will feel worth , or u feel so bad , coz u ate a lot of rice!!!
First of all based on the reviews here good overall so I went last night and had the all you can eat for $22.99 which is cheap for dinner.
I just want to say i personally label myself as a all you can eat sushi guru. my friends and i work for the airlines so its a 1 hour free flight to las vegas and las vegas seem to have the most all you can eat sushi bars.
I was by myself and which is customary for me before i bring the whole gang.
I sat at the bar.
Service: the waitresses were friendly and attentive. Now the sushi chef was okay i dont blame him but you dont know who's gonna be the big tipper. there was an actractive young lady at the bar before i got there he was very attentive to her but a little slow and no reccommendations which he offered her.
i got two menus one with specialty rolls- basically all spicy tuna concocktion , california roll stuff and fried shrimp stuff. thats all i saw nothing special.
now the other menu had traditional nihiri and regular rolls you would finds just about anywhere with a list of appetizers.
1. i started out with a spicy tuna roll with eel on top, the roll size was perfect. the spicy tuna was a little fishy and the eel was not very buttery and little fishy also. after that i thought i'd try the nigiri sushi and see if anything stands out.
1. halibut was decent but the texture on the rice of the nigiri sushi was a little bit hard.
2. giant clam decent
3. sweet shrimp i could tell it was just thawed
4. two orders of garlic tuna decent cause of the sauce
5. two orders of salmon fresh, they were advertising this on a sign as i walked in on a little side walk sign.
6. ika --not fresh
7. taco very dry
8. seaweed salad decent
9. miso soup salty for my taste and came out lukewarm
10 finished with green tea ice cream, cant go wrong with ice cream i think this was the best part of the meal.
it was cheap and worth a try, it had few strikes when i walked it. First im korean nothing against my peeps but most sushi bars owned by koreans in my experience are skimpy on the fish and the texture of the rice for some reason is never any good. this place is korean owned. Second when i walked in i was the only asian customer beside the workers. Could it racist or whatever but, too me it's like going to a chinese restaurant where all the patrons are non asian.
Too bad sushi house manda closed cause of the smoking law it was in a bar, that plac was good. Also Koto was very good but they went out of business i dont know why it was a great restaurant which should have charged more.
I will keep searching las vegas for the best all you can eat sushi bar. Let everybody know. byt the way i had gone to Oshyi las week that way better that yama.
The first time we went, I was scared, having never had sushi . . . we go back now as often as we can, as the food is wonderfully fresh and healthy, and the staff is extremely generous, the chefs are playful and remember us and our friends from previous visits, and even know my baby's name! If any one in our family is feeling under the weather, or needs a place to celebrate, this is were we send them!
As taste buds are as numerous as thoughts and different in opinion , I do not claim to be an expert in proscribing what others should eat. I will state that my experience with Yama Sushi was one of pleasure the several times I have been there.
The one exception is with the service by one waitress who may or may not still be there, but I consider that a minor episode.
In comparison to Hamada up the road, this little restaurant gave me much more for my money, and I left with a contented feeling and happy stomache.
I can add this, try it, you will not be displeased, it is very reasonable in price.
I am a Vegas native and tried most of them in the Valley.
For price, variety, and amount of good food, no one can touch this one.
Also a special sauce for each sushi creation, totally awesome.
Try wet dream and who’s you daddy.
Family from California north and south want to go every time they come to Las Vegas.
This place has an all you can eat sushi special for a little over $20.00, and when they say all you can eat they really mean it. The staff is friendly and the sushi is really good, especially for the price. They also have a small semi-private room for special occassions.