Editor's note: This article has been updated to clarify Ricky Yu was not the original owner of Sushi Haya, as well as an updated dinner price.

Fifteen-year sushi chef Ricky Yu co-owns Sushi Haya, an all-you-can-eat restaurant with three locations in the north Houston area.

Yu said the restaurant features an all-you-can-eat concept to offer quality sushi at a budget with standard price options for lunch and dinner.
Sushi Haya uses fresh salmon and tuna. (Jovanna Aguilar/Community Impact)
Sushi Haya uses fresh salmon and tuna. (Jovanna Aguilar/Community Impact)
What's special about it?

Sushi Haya offers an all-you-can-eat menu at $19.95 for lunch and $30.95 for dinner.

The dining experience includes a choice of miso soup or salad to start and several appetizer options including edamame, beef tataki, peppercorn tuna and yellowtail jalapeno, among others.

The menu also includes a choice of classics such as fried rice and teriyaki, hibachi, various specialty rolls, hand-rolled sushi options and single sushi options as well as dessert.

Yu said some sushi favorites include:
  • Spicy Girl: a raw sushi roll made with fresh peppered tuna and avocado topped with spicy salmon and spicy mayo
  • New Surf and Turf: a raw spicy tuna roll made with Angus beef and garlic sauce
  • Kiss of Fire: raw sushi made with spicy tuna and avocado wrapped in seaweed and topped with salmon, white tuna, jalapeno and spicy mayo sauce
Yu said the restaurant focuses on providing quality sushi at an affordable price with fresh ingredients and sushi made per order request.
For dessert Sushi Haya offers ice cream including fried ice cream. (Courtesy Sushi Haya)
For dessert, Sushi Haya offers ice cream including fried ice cream. (Courtesy Sushi Haya)
For dessert

Sushi Haya also offers several dessert options included in its all-you-can-eat menu such as fried Oreo, fried ice cream, red bean ice cream and green tea ice cream.

“The fried ice cream is my favorite because it is crispy and hot on the outside and cold and tasty inside,” Yu said.
Haya Sushi offers happy hour Monday-Friday from 4:30-7:30 p.m. (Courtesy Sushi Haya)
Sushi Haya offers happy hour Mon.-Fri. from 4:30-7:30 p.m. (Courtesy Sushi Haya)
It’s 5 o’clock somewhere

With a full bar, Sushi Haya offers a variety of white and red wines, draft beer, prosecco and imported beer options as well as cocktails and sake.

Happy hour is held Mon.-Fri. from 4:30-7:30 p.m. with $5 house wine, $3-$4 draft beer and specialty cocktails for $5-$7. Specialty cocktails offered in the happy hour menu include flavored frozen margaritas, martinis, Haya Old Fashioned, Haya margaritas, cosmopolitans, and hot and cold sake.

Yu said some cocktail favorites include the Green Harmony, a seasonal summer drink made with cucumber, mint, sour apple, vodka and soda; the Blue Hawaiin and lychee martini.
  • 21542 Hwy. 249, Ste. 5, Houston
  • 24330 Hwy. 290, Ste. 100, Cypress
  • 21630 Kuykendahl Road, Ste. 425, Spring
  • www.sushihayatexas.com