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There is only a single choice for diners at Sushi Oyama and that’s the 10-course omakase menu. While guests are welcome to guide the chef (you don’t eat fish roe, you particularly love mackerel), it’s ultimately up to sushi chef Takeo Oyama to determine what will end up on your plate. You’ll be presented with a single menu, handwritten with a brush and ink, listing the day’s offerings. The menu generally stays true to form, starting with light appetizers, moving into sashimi, grilled dishes and nigiri, followed by a steamed dish, sushi rolls, soup and dessert. What each one consists of is entirely up to the chef.