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 8 at each seating. Once seated, there was a sign behind the sushi bar that read no pictures are allowed inside. Hideki was first up on preparing the sushi and his mastery of using the knife was impeccable. Midway thru the course, they changed chefs and we ended up with 13 pieces. The use of different ingredients on top of the sushi was excellent. The sushi from Yume was some of the bests I've tasted in the Bay Area but I found it pretty pricey. With a beer, tax, and tip, it was over $100.
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