In a sea of Caribbean restaurants, many vacationers fine the Japanese fare at Momo Yama to be a welcome reprieve. Enjoy a meal prepared on the hibachi, or order some of the top sushi on the island.
With the goal of becoming one of the best sushi restaurants on the island, Momo Yama offers only the freshest fish prepared by a sushi chef trained in Japan. There are over 30 sushi rolls available on the menu, and the chef is willing to make custom rolls as well. Sashimi, Japanese noodles, and other grilled Japanese favorites are also available.
Momo Yama Restaurant is a popular grill that happens to specialize in Japanese cuisine. As far as service and setting, you can expect the formality to be informal. When's the best time to come? They're open for both dinner and lunch, so make time to stop by; you could find a new favorite food.
Momo Yama offers a lean atmosphere with booths that line the walls where guests can dine in comfort. Each booth is decorated with a piece of Japanese artwork, and guests can see the sushi chef working on his latest masterpiece from their seat.
Located near the middle of Isla Verde, Momo Yama Restaurant is on San Juan Grand Hotel.
You can combine restaurant visit with some excellent sightseeing possibilities by visiting one of the many area attractions nearby, like.
There are a number of convenient outdoor activities to fill those energetic afternoons if you're waiting for sunset. Any golfing guests who consider a day on the fairways relaxing can leisurely practice (or take serious score) at the neighborhood golf course, Fort Buchanan Golf Club. For those who want a mix of excitement and leisure, trek over to Isla Verde Beach, which is the most nearby beach and is only three quarters of a mile away. Plus, those two aren't the only golf courses and beaches within the area.
If you're seeking out another restaurant in the region with some similar menu items or a comparable price range, there are quite a few nearby dining spots to choose between, including Yamato. Find it a couple hundred yards from Momo Yama Restaurant.
On the other hand, if you want something different, this section of Puerto Rico features an excellent range of dining establishments that will be sure to suit the tastes of almost every type of diner. For instance, you can also try Continental eats at Ruth's Chris San Juan, which is less than a hundred yards away.
Japanese dinners from the kitchen cost between $10 and $20(USD), while sushi ranges in price from $18 to over $100(USD). Momo Yama is open for lunch during the week from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., and for dinner Monday through Thursday from 5:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. They are closed on Sunday.
Location: San Juan Grand Hotel, Isla Verde, Puerto Rico
Phone: (787) 791-8883
Secondary Phone: (787) 791-8893
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