Yummy Sushi is a friendly local Mom and Pop diner serving the tastiest breakfast all day long, as well as delicious Japanese food favourites to satisfy your cravings.
How can you go wrong for $2.95, 2 eggs, toast, a heaping mound of hash browns, as well as your choice of 5 bacon, sausage, or processed ham?
And to boot, it's in a sushi restaurant! This is a classic weird hole in the wall place on the West Side, seats maybe 12 people inside, and 4 outside on patio tables.
The restaurant is definitely nothing to look at, they seem to do a lot of sushi pickups here.
The owners (husband and wife) are friendly and are real characters. Food is decent, service is excellent (not tough considering how tiny the place is).
I enjoy going to have a late late breakfast and reading the paper. Always tasty! I've tried the sushi, and it's decent, not excellent, but decent.
The main thing you need to know is: all day breakfast for $2.99. Lots of food. The chef has obviously made many breakfasts, the bacon was well-cooked, as were the eggs and the pile of hash browns. Pleasant wife waiting, husband cooking. Amazing value. Hole-in-the-wall.
I can't speak to the non-breakfast items.
I decided to try this place today after a grueling hike (long story short: the Baden-Powell trail is not well marked). I was immediately stuck by the drab interior; however, my experience was brightened by the two smiling staff at Yummy Sushi (presumably the owners, a couple). I ordered the 2.99 breakfast special, which comprised of 5 slices of bacon (or alternatively 4 sausage links), two eggs, two slices of toast, and an ample serving of hash browns. The food was good, nothing too special but well worth the price. I will definitely be visiting Yummy Sushi again.
Heard a lot about this sushi place serving $2.95 breakfast. Upon entering, greeted kindly by the waitree(wife?). The place is small and reminded me of dining in someones kitchen, but I was not there for the ambience and it was clean! The food was fast, well portioned, and cooked as I would expect for eggs and sausage. The bonus was that they serve shredded potatoe hashbrowns and not the fried potatoe chunks that so many places use as hashbrown nowadays. There were plenty of recent newspapers to read and I did not feel rushed. I'd go back just to support this little mom n pop business and to fill up on cheap breakfast too!