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Update : Oct 1 2012 - Yumi's has moved to new larger quarters just a few hundred feet up the street. No longer a hole in the wall!
Yumi's is a small cozy 35 seat upscale Excelsior hole in the wall snugged up against the old venerable Dock Cinema overlooking Lake Minnetonka. We were the only customers when they opened at 5 on a Monday night and were greeted warmly by 5 of the staff. When we left after 6 the place was just about full. If that's the way it is on a Monday, then the rest of the week is sure to be at least as busy. This is a very popular happy place with plenty of regulars. We had a pleasant tasty dinner of Kobe beef, Shrimp Tempura Udon Soup, Chicken Kusiyaki, Seaweed Salad and Japanese green tea. The prices were reasonable and and the food was excellent. Wide range of sushi and sashimi as well as Japanese dinner and noodle entrees are available. Very friendly happy staff gave us very good service. Money and time well spent.
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