Sumo is an entertaining dining experience. The Hibachi Grill is the way to go in my opinion. Birthday participants get a desert and extra attention.
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Come to Sumos for a very fun evening with good food, saki, and lost of laughs! Great for parties and celebrations.
Maybe it was the later time we reserved or the fact there were only 3 of us at the table....either way our dinner experience was nothing special, not bad either. We had the owner serve us and we were excited that it would be a...More
Our family went here to celebrate a birthday and just spending some time together. We had a great experience with our chef cooking and serving up food right in front of us on the cook top right in front of our table. Food was fresh...More
Sumo has a Japanese grill atmosphere, but behind a closed door, which is great for those of us just interested in Sushi. (Those "grill-people" like to be loud and have fun, we just want to eat lots of raw fish!) We've eaten here many times...More
The place is a very busy place so I would recommend reservations if at all possible. The wait was definitely worth it though.
I ordered the sushi deluxe which is 10 pieces of assorted sushi and a tuna roll ($21.95). They substituted a spicy tuna roll with no extra charge when I asked. Traditional salad and a large miso soup is included, and the chef even made me...More
Went for family dinner of four. Two kids, 9 and 5. We had a great time and great supper. Everyone was laughing and enjoying the show as we watched our dinner being made. Everything one would expect and nothing too out of the ordinary for...More
My wife and I have eaten in many Japanese places over the years, and this was easily the worst experience we ever had. I don't know how he managed it, but our chef made our food totally tasteless. A circus like atmosphere with loud people...More
Oh my goodness, we had SUCH a fun time. Visited this past weekend with a softball team. They reserved space for the 18 of us, and while we were waiting for our whole party to arrive [before we could be seated -- I get it]...More