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$12 for $25 Worth of Japanese Fare
Chefs pile baked salmon onto the crab-stuffed Carmel Mt. roll ($13.99), shroud the Mizu roll in fresh white tuna ($12.99), and spear satay-like yakitori skewers into tender morsels of shrimp ($1.50), chicken ($1.95), or bacon-wrapped enoki mushroom ($2.95). Diners can also opt for one of the restaurant’s dinner combinations ($14.95–$18.95), which partner grilled and teriyaki entrees with salad, miso soup, and a smattering of maki. See the menu.
Hanging lanterns spotlight the sushi bar at Yummy Sushi, causing the chefs' knives to glimmer as they slice fresh fish before an audience of captivated diners. Servers whisk the colorful plates of tempura, baked, and traditional rolls into the dining room, along with steaming bowls of udon, platters of teriyaki or tempura entrees, and glasses of sake, wine, and beer. Booths and tables line up along the dining room's walls, where a tropical mural transports guests into a serene junglescape and ancient-looking pottery pieces bask atop illuminated shelves. In the center of the room, palmed plants flank fish tanks housing colorful fish that have sworn to the chefs that they taste horrible.