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鮨大山 Sushi Oyama

Mon 18:00 ~ 23:00
Tue 18:00 ~ 23:00
Wed 18:00 ~ 23:00
Thu 18:00 ~ 23:00
Fri 18:00 ~ 23:00
Sat 18:00 ~ 23:00
Sun Closed
National holiday
1280 yuan~
Takes Reservations
Accepts Credit Cards

Sushi Oyama is a restaurant in Shanghai where customers can enjoy the finest quality sushi. It is located on Dong Hu Road just off of the bustling tumult of activity that is Huai Hai Road in a fashionable, Western-style white building that catches the eye as it stands alone just off the entrance to the street.

周一 18:00 ~ 23:00
周二 18:00 ~ 23:00
周三 18:00 ~ 23:00
周四 18:00 ~ 23:00
周五 18:00 ~ 23:00
周六 18:00 ~ 23:00
周日 休息日


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The restaurant is quite small, with only 35 seats between the counter and low-seated Japanese style dining areas, but has seen a constant stream of customers since its opening. Chef Takeo Oyama, with over 20 years of culinary experience, prepares the restaurant’s sushi behind the counter. Chef Oyama has a wealth of experience showing off his skills in high class hotels and restaurants around the world. He never focused solely on Japanese cuisine, working in French restaurants as well and garnering a variety of experiences, but, one day, he was deeply impacted by the sushi of a particular sushi chef and decided to train under that chef. This chef had opened a business in Shanghai in the past, and Oyama constantly dreamed of Shanghai while listening to the chef’s stories. He says that it was his chance meeting with his partner, who had worked in various locations abroad just like Oyama, that lead to the opening of Sushi Oyama in Shanghai.

The counter buzzes with customers from around the world who come to speak with Chef Oyama, proficient in English and Cantonese. 70 percent of the customers are Chinese, and 25 percent are Westerners. Sushi Oyama was the first restaurant in Shanghai to start a chef’s choice Omakase course menu. The current menu consists of a sushi course created by Chef Oyama himself for 1,280 yuan for customers at the counter, and 1,280 yuan courses for guests in the five Japanese-style low-seated dining rooms, which include appetizers, steamed dishes, fried dishes, grilled dishes, etc. These vary from table to table to suit the customers seated there. The seafood here is delivered directly from Japan, while other ingredients are carefully selected by the chef as well. Yuzu sherbet, panna cotta and other desserts are popular, well loved by the restaurant’s female customers. What’s more, Mino ware and Seto ware pottery dishes add a unique coloration to the cuisine, adding excitement to the meal.

“In a single course meal, there are times of deep emotion, times of excitement, and times of climax. I wish for my customers to enjoy their meals just as they would a movie,” says Chef Oyama. Sushi Oyama is certainly a restaurant worth visiting on a special occasion with a special someone.




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