Yashin Ocean House is the sister restaurant of Yashin Sushi. Expect a bigger space, a bigger menu, and for the whole thing to come with a lot more with more theatre. Like the original Yashin, you can expect sushi with truffle or caviar on top, but you’ll find some new things too - like lobster sitting over dry ice, or candy floss over wagyu beef. This is a great spot for a group meal or a fun date.
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