Typical of many sushi restaurants in the area, this one is operated by Koreans. But, the dishes are authentic and cooked to order. The cadre of three sushi chefs shout out a greeting in unison to visitors as they enter, and often, as they leave, too. One is definitely made of feel at home at Yama. My favorite for lunch is the [bento] lunchbox, whereas my wife always goes for the mixed sushi platter. But, when I am not feeling up to snuff, I go for the udon soup which arrives boiling hot in a cast iron pot. Their tempura is cooked perfectly, crisp, but not greasy. The menu is fairly extensive with traditional Japanese choices. There is plenty of parking in front. Prices are a bargain at lunch and moderate at dinner. This is another of our local favorite restaurants.
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