Once I completed my ordering sheet, the owner told me to take a seat. During this time, I got the chance to take a look around the restaurant. It was a small restaurant, nothing of the fancy type, but comfortable and casual.
Within a short matter of time, my takeout was ready. I ended up ordering 13 pieces of sushi, $1.00 each, with the exception of the hotategai (scallop) and special scallop sushi, both of which were $1.50/piece.
Top to bottom, left to right: Hotategai (Scallop) x2, White Maguro (White Tuna) x2, Shake (Raw Salmon) x2, Ika (Squid), Hokkigai (Surf Clam), Saba (Mackerel) x2, Amaebi (Raw Sweet Prawn) x2, and Special Scallop (Chopped Scallop, Japanese Mayo, Flying Fish Roe)
I paid a total of $16.73 (tax and tips incl.) and for that price, the sushi was quite tasty. It was decently fresh and in my opinion fared better than certain all-you-can-eat restaurants in Calgary. The only sushi that I wasn't particularly fond of was the Saba. It tasted dry, chewy and just plain old. Perhaps it was just tonight that their Saba wasn't up to par. I would still give their Saba another try the next time I visit. Other than that, the other sushi were of good quality in terms of freshness and size, keeping in mind their $1.00/piece pricing. Yume Sushi isn't the best sushi you can find in Calgary, but you get what you pay for. And for $1.00/sushi, I give Yume Sushi a thumbs up. The next time I'm wanting a quick sushi fix, I'd go to Yume Sushi for its convenience and affordable pricing.