I've been to Oyama several times before but this is my first review of it. They have consistent, friendly and speedy service. The sushi is fairly priced and the ambiance is different. I've heard that Sushi Oyama is actually situated in a former funeral parlour but it's the best looking sushi restaurant I've been to.
However, the sushi creations are unique with names like the Oyama Roll, Awesome Roll, Rainbow Roll to your normal sushi fare Chopped scallop sushi, Assorted sashimi you will be satisfied.
They have a lot of options on the menu and the sushi is well priced.
The Oyama Roll, Awesome Roll, Rainbow Roll with approx. 8 pieces each, a full-size Asahi beer and the Deluxe Assorted Sashimi (24 pieces) came to approximately $52 after taxes. This was dinner for two that night, breakfast in the morning for 1 and lunch for two the next day.
They take Visa and Mastercard. The Takeout menu advertises 5% off for pick-up for advanced orders of 1+ hours, minimum charge of $15 and cash payment.
Here's where they lost the marks:
Food: It's actually Korean people making the food but I'm not biased i'll try anything. However, the sushi came out with warm rice and it crumbled apart really easily.
Service: They were speedy and friendly but when it got busy it was difficult to get in contact with them. Certain seats in the restaurant also create great difficulties in reaching servers.
Ambiance: It's alright but it still feels like a crowded restaurant with lots of people. They've made use of every little space here. Plus if you're by the party room it can get loud!
One complaint I have is that the women's washroom especially is very tight. There isn't a lot of space to maneuver around in the actual stall. It's like the toilets weren't sized properly for the stalls.