The chicken teriyaki that you pay extra for was full of onions and 2 tiny pieces of chicken. You have to pay for tea on top of the All you can eat price. Decor can be described as a movie set (pop up restaurant in...More
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Visiting in town and tried here on the recommendation of a friend to try the All You Can Eat. Good quality sushi and was impressed at the size of some of the rolls we were presented. If I had to fault the place, it would...More
i found most rolls tasted the same and no music. edamame was bland, miso was meh and more rice than anything else in our rolls. we received rolls that were over deep fried and when we asked for them to be taken off our bill,...More
not the greatest. food did not seem overly fresh on the sushi side. some of the sides were overdone and underdone. little place in a strip mall. friendly staff. may repeat but lots of other places to try before.
Bring on your hunger. If you love sushi, you have to try Oya. Oya rocks very good. All rolls made to perfection. Nigiri as an art form. You must eat here.
First time I ate here, It was ok. (average). The second time I thought let's give it another try. It was worse. Tea and soup were barely warm. The Chicken was dried out and flavorless. Into the 3rd piece of a Cali roll, tasted mold....More
I have eaten at OYA restaurant many times. The service is friendly and fast. Everything that I have tried has always been delicious and tasted very fresh. My husband and I always order gyozas and deep fried Kani Kani (imitation crab meat) which is my...More