Yummy Sushi & Asian Bistro offers our valuable customers a welcoming, authentic Japanese dining and other Asian foods experience.
Our menu includes more than 30 types of sushi and 40 types of maki rolls, as well as a variety of other Asian favorites. Our master chef has more than 10 years experience in sushi restaurants in New York City, Texas and Chicago.
We guarantee the very finest and freshest ingredients daily for our sushi, sashimi and maki.
At Yummy Sushi & Asian Bistro, everything we serve is fresh, healthy and delicious. We aslo have catering service for your party and conference needs.
We are open Christmas and New Year's Day. Make your holiday reserverations. Call us today at 609-259-8388
“As we were eating, I kept saying wow this sushi is Yummy! For an app we had the Thai basil roll, which was delicious and refreshing! We also ordered the peanut avocado, route 33 and fantasy roll. Each tasted fresh and had a unique flavor. Service was on point even though there was only 1 person managing multiple tables, the phone, and the food/ clean up. Great job! We will definitely return! We've had a lot of sushi around Middlesex/Mercer, and this one can be rated with some of the best.”
“We've since ordered takeout from
Yummy and eaten in.
The extreme delay in order processing was a one time issue and has not happened again.
Sushi has been fresh and flavorful. Prepared to our liking.”
“I decided to check out their food via delivery. Got two different salads and both were delicious. I also got two orders of gyoza which were fabulous. I also got some California rolls which again, were delicious. Delivery time was reasonable as was the food pricing. Enjoyed it immensely”
“Enjoyed a far better Sushi Dinner than last time. Pieces still seemed a bit small, but there were more of them. Was not hungry afterward. Accompanying miso soup contained very little tofu and leaf veg. Seems like a poorly reasoned decision to be so miserly with such cheap ingredients. Service at pick up counter was extremely friendly and cheerful. Parking in that lot is always inadequate, but that is because the primary goal of Town Center is to be anti-automobile. New Urbanism. Anyway, drive somewhere else if you are planning a peak time meal.”