Fresh, delicious. Our favorite sushi. Hama at Easton comes in second.
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Love stopping by Restaurant Hama and sitting at the sushi bar. The sushi is excellent and the menu broad ranging. However, it is amongst the higher priced sushi restaurants in the Central Ohio area where a number of places equal Hama's quality with much less...More
Late (weekday) date night (~9pm), it was busy but not crowded. There were a few families there with children celebrating something. Ambiance - classy, but where we were seated by the window the light was a little harsh behind us and we were seated in...More
When you are a tourist, you never know if you can trust the local sushi place to have great sushi or just stuff that tastes like it was on the shelf at your local grocery store or worse. Restaurant Hama definietly serves wonderful, fresh sushi...More
I agree with the other reviewers - excellent sushi, top-notch service (sit at the sushi bar and chat it up with the chefs - they'll usually hook you up), very unexpected for a sushi bar in a mall. I've eaten here several times and never...More
We recenty dined at Restaurant Hama on friday 4/10/09 for supper. We have dined at many of "comperable" local Japanese restaurants in Columbus. We ordered a Hama Box and Boat wich is a tast of many of the items they have to offer (A meal...More
A few years ago after personal experience I would've told friends to avoid Restaurant Hama and enemies to go there! It's my understanding that it's changed management and now I have nothing but good to say about it. They have a nice selection of the...More
Seafood wonton is excellent as is the dragon roll.
YUM! And as for the comment from another reviewer..."The dining room is open but small and barren"...It is MODERN it is supposed to be that way! The menu is really fantastic I was in OH for a week and ate there 2 times for dinner...More
Sushi is okay but overpriced. The dining room is open but small and barren. Service is adequate. There are better options in Columbus (and the best in Columbus is only a couple miles away), but if you’re at Easton and don’t want to leave, it...More