This Asian venue turns out seafood, sushi and Japanese food in this casual and trendy restaurant. Specialities include chop suey.
It's been a while (over a month) since we ate at Yo Eastern Fusion, and I'm still angry enough about the meal I had there that I want to write a review. The food I had was the worst meal I can recall eating.
I initially ordered tofu, but was informed that there was none available, so I had the only other vegetarian option on the menu, Seasonal Vegetables. When it arrived, there was cabbage and what appeared to be recently-defrosted vegetables, sitting on some noodles and swimming in a watery, red liquid. The "sauce" tasted like watered-down ketchup mixed with sweet chilli sauce. I was hungry, and tried to eat it but honestly couldn't.
I will definitely not be going back to see if the tofu is any better!
I will admit that the people I was with weren't unhappy with their sushi, the waitress was nice but stressed, and the Bloody Mary I had was tasty. However, if you're looking for a meal, I would recommend avoiding Yo Eastern Fusion.