A kind thank you to Angela Yalda from AYPR for inviting us to Yume Sushi. It'll be L taking over as a guest poster in this post.
Courtesy of mr.C, I was invited along to a tasting of Yume Sushi because what can I say, me + sushi = glorious fistpumping and content tummy.
|The quirky decor - we were luckily early enough to take a full shot without looking too strange.|
Upon walking into the store, the decor definitely captures my attention. I love all things eclectic, and the furniture just screams Quirky (yes, with a capital Q mind you!). The tables remind me of primary school with the splash of colour and paint - the only thing missing would be all those fingerprints from finger painting. According to the owner of Yume Sushi who came by to chat with us during our meal, the furniture was actually designed in Australia, made in Korea and flown over.
|More fun furniture - adds so much personality|
|Sushi and sashimi platter|
|Platter Combo 32.9|
|Little Lobster Rolls 18.9|
|Wagyu Beef Teriyaki w noodles16.9|
|Wagyu Beef Teriyaki 14.9|
|Chef Daniel Byung|
For those who are lucky enough to live close by, there are takeaway options as well. For those who are a trek away, I'd opt for the North Strathfield or Drummoyne stores. Considering Daniel owns and selects the fish for all three stores, I'm sure the freshness of the sushi and sashimi platter would impress.
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