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Choose from Three Options
- $75 for a three-course Omakase dine-in dinner for two ($150 value)
- $149 for a three-course Omakase dine-in dinner for four ($300 value)
- $20 for Pan-Asian food for carryout ($30 value)
"Omakase" means "to trust" in Japanese, or in this case, "Chef’s Choice." Omakase style allows the chef to be innovative and surprising in the selection of dishes. The selection will incorporate fresh, seasonal ingredients in a dynamic presentation. Click to see the most up to date menu.
When designing the menu for Inyo Restaurant, executive chef Kenny Wee incorporated influences from many different traditions, including Chinese, Vietnamese, and Korean. The diverse selections range from comforting chow mein noodles to spicy Szechuan fish, the latter of which is one of many dishes that features seafood freshly flown in from Hawaii and Japan. The jet-setting proteins can also be found alongside interesting touches such as jalapeños and strawberries.
Surrounded by dark Asian tile and crimson walls, guests can sip sake at the sleek, curved bar or experience signature martinis while watching plasma TVs. In warmer months, there's no better place to enjoy a spicy-tuna pizza than out on the patio.
92% of 2,350 customers recommend
“Delicious!!! Great atmosphere too.”
“Everything was great buy is worth it”
“Omakase dinner was great. We went with the wine pairings which added nicely to the wonderful courses. Strangely enough it didn't include any Sushi, which was the...”
“Omakase dinner was great. We went with the wine pairings which added nicely to the wonderful courses. Strangely enough it didn't include any Sushi, which was the chef's choice on that night, but it was still very tasty.”