It's last location is now another name. Pretty fair replacement all the same. Same decor and pricing. Staff less attentive.
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I only ear baby sushi (California roll) so I can only recommend their cooked menu and I'm a huge fan of their teriyaki and miso soup. Twice my husband has stopped specifically bring home a quart of Miso both before and after surgery for me....More
Atmosphere at the restaurant was good. staffs were friendly. I believe the food is average. I ordered Hawaiian roll and there was some kind of Mango sauce and tasted too sweet. I am not sure if I'd like to go back there since there are...More
My husband and I ordered the rainbow roll (they have lots of different types of sushi). It was very good and very fresh. We also ordered beef fried rice - we probably could have just split one between the two of us. It had a...More
This is my second time here, and I absolutely love it. I usually have either their sushi plates or chirashi. If you are into "authentic" Japanese sushi, this is probably where you want to be.
I still miss the old location by New Sagaya, but this is very close to the former and more room. Good staff. Have always been friendly to even infrequent customers. They have helped me try several new sushi choices. Attentive and reasonable.
Yamato Ya is a sweet little place to have lunch while shopping or running errands in Midtown. Service can be a bit slow for those who are pressed for time -- but do keep in mind that many menu items are cooked to order, rather...More
My husband, two teenagers, and I ate at Yamato Ya Japanese Restaurant in June 2013. My husband, craving Japanese food, looked at some reviews online and chose this restaurant. Overall, the food was good. We started with edamame and fresh tofu – very good. My...More
It may be a bit unfair, but this place is just a typical, Japanese/sushi bar. Having said that, there is nothing wrong with Yamato Ya. It was clean, the service was par and the food was ok. The seafood is fresh due to the location,...More