The food at Yum’s, alas, is not quite as sparkling as the dining room, though the sprawling menu gamely offers up many familiar Chinese and Japanese standards. You won’t find chicken feet at Yum’s or salt-and-pepper shrimp, or even much tofu. Instead, chicken is dressed in a slew of fruity sauces—orange, lemon, pineapple—shrimp pairs with walnuts, broccoli, or lobster sauce; and beef hangs with snow peas or mushrooms. The Japanese portion of the menu lists sushi, sashimi, and specialty rolls, as well as teriyaki and tempura entrees. And here and there, among the “healthy entrees” and “super meals,” you can find crab cakes, onion rings, and buffalo wings, but also galbi and pad Thai. Yum’s clearly hopes to cover all bases.