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I've been hearing about Yume for some time and finally got a chance to dine at this restaurant. To secure a seating, we have a friend, who went there around noon time to secure 4 seats for a 7 pm seating. The restaurant only seats...More
To all the sycophantic Yume junkies who think this is the ultimate Japanese sushi dining experience, the truth is that this place would not survive in Japan. It's not that the sushi is not divine--it is! And it's not that Hideki is not a master...More
The restaurant only serves 8 guests per seating, 5pm, 7.30pm and 9.30pm. For the 5pm, you have to start queuing at 4pm already. No reservation policy. However, once you sink your teeth into the first bite, you feel that it was well worth the wait....More
If there is 10 star I would give 10 stars.
CAUTION: after Yume you will never look at sashimi the same way anymore, and is hard to enjoy sashimi at any other places.
Not like some other expensive or fancy restaurant you pay extra for...More
I love the sushi here. I always order "all fish" (no shells, just fish). One major change on policy: No more minimum # of headcount. They will accommodate a maximum of 8 (since there's only 8 seating capacity in the bar). Yay! It's a 50/50...More
I want to revise my last review and let everyone know that THIS PLACE HAS GONE DOWNHILL...the owners are clearly looking to cash in on what was once a good thing. I recently went as a party of three..and while the other two in my...More
Loved Yume. The sushi was fantastic and service was great. We let the chef choose for us. he Scottish Salmon was the best I have ever tasted. (We do not get Sushi like this in Montreal)
Got a kick out of seeing the owner tell...More
The reviews that compare this place to the "Soup Nazi" episode of Seinfeld are right on. There are lots of unspoken rules and you get scolded.
The sushi is certainly good, perhaps the best on Alameda Island. But anybody who thinks it's the best in...More
the restaurant reminds you of a sushi bar in tokyo! it's small and they don't serve any party larger than 3 people... they much prefer to serve party of 2 so it is not for big party or gathering. my girlfriend and i had a...More