Creative rolls, nicely served, aesthetically beautiful and tasty Japanese fare for all to enjoy. Don't confuse this for classic sushi houses such as Sushi Nozawa in the San Fernando Valley near the Tujunga offramp of the 101/134 interchange. It's not quintessentially Japanese fare in its empiric, classic form, but that is not denigrating what Sumo does. What Sumo offers is on par with Sushi Oaks in Newbury Park and to a greater degree Minato Sushi in Thousand Oaks, but I suggest you enjoy this place. Expect crowds and a wait. Reservations are only for large parties, and then they're not on time.
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