Going to eat at Sushi Oyama is riding a teleportation device to Japan. From the moment you stride into the restaurant, the atmosphere which has a calm Japanese vibe that will sooth your mind on a stressful day. The cleanliness and, cozy seating area, combined with the scent of brand-new ingredients makes a very welcoming experience for friends and family. For starters, you’re going to want to order their mouth-watering miso soup, which is a lake of steamy water and miso with tofu and green onions sprinkled in the soup to add a little extra flavour. The gleaming rolls are made with fresh fish ingredients, carefully warped around rice and surrounded by crispy, firm seaweed. All the fish sashimi is cut precisely with caution and neatly organized into two columns which make the food easy to grab and devour. The spicy rolls or sashimi’s are mild at first, but contains a little smack in the face, and a kick in your stomach after you think it’s gone. Their udon contains consistent smooth textured noodles enveloped by a sizzling bowl of soup with a combination of side ingredients to enhance the flavour. If you’re more into crunchy foods to munch on, I suggest taking a moment (and a few dollars) to try out their takoyaki. Takoyaki is a fried ball shaped Japanese snack made of a wheat flour-based batter and cooked in a special pan with a small piece of octopus inside. From the moment of my first bite into the crunchy exterior to the moment I nibbled on the chewy octopus, I knew I had to stop my family from taking any, and I usually fail, since my family really enjoys the takoyaki. My family and I come here around once a month and are stunned by the amazing service and food provided to us each time. Can’t wait to see you there! But be quick, as this teleportation device won’t last forever!