Saturday night dinner sat at the teppanyaki grill. The prawns were overcooked as was the fish and also the steak. When we told the chef he replied we should have requested less cooked. Not impressed and so expensive. Would not go back.
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After quite a slow start to our meal, things got messy when the chef started the fried rice course. Eggs and rice were thrown around the room with devastating consequences for those not quick enough to catch their food. The meal was served one item...More
Ok night out in front of the teppanyaki grill. It was quiet (Thursday) but we had a very competent chef who put on all the bells and whistles you expect when you get teppanyaki. Wasn't great value for money the portion sizes were average &...More
Located in the Chinatown precinct in Fortitude Valley, Oyama's is a popular restaurant amongst locals. We have been eating here for over 25 years. The quality of the food is second to none. The Oyama hand roll is a must have - featuring a hot,...More
I have been to this restaurant many time over the years. Its a little pricey but definitely worth it. Never had a bad meal or service for that matter the hand rolls are from heaven and the beef asparagus and ginger pork are fantastic
Decided to give this a try on a rainy Sunday lunchtime, we got there about 12.30pm and were the first customers that lunch time. We were looking over the menu when chef Da Shan introduced himself, asked what sushi we liked, told us to hand...More
This is a large corner restaurant with a sashimi bar to one side. The menu had a lot to offer although you need to be aware as the food doesn't warrant the prices. $45 for a platter of sashimi and $45 for a platter of...More