Very unique rolls. Some Korean food as well. Best sushi in the area. Not to many seats arrive early. Interesting menu and great food quality.
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Small, casual, family owned place offering outstanding food at a fair price. Great variety of choices on the menu, friendly, helpful staff.
This is some of the best sushi I have eaten in the Northeast, and when I walked through the door the first time, it was a leap of faith. The restaurant is a little hole in the wall, and if you aren't looking for it,...More
We found this place by reading reviews and enjoyed the dinner. The place was not fancy, but the food was decent. We went in at a very busy time, the receptionist was also in charge of taking phone orders, he was a bit impatient, but...More
The bustling part is the only thing untrue about this review. That is what struck me about Yama - it is true to Japanese cuisine and manners. This can be a little hard to find, as it's tucked behinda realtor - look for the Yama...More
We visited Yama thinking it was Japanese, and prepared for something subpar. It is West Lebanon, after all. We quickly surmised this was a Korean-owned establishment, and decided to go with their best game. We were worried we would not be able to find good...More
Although the food at Yama's is excellent, I had a very unpleasant experience with a server, after dining with a friend for lunch. We had ordered a complete lunch and appetizers. We were just finishing our tea when the server told me that our table...More
Yama has an extensive Asian food menu and maybe we just ordered the wrong things. The Pad Thai was the worst that I have ever had. As a matter of fact, most of it was thrown in the garbage. It was extremely dry and lackluster...More