We used to frequent this restaurant when it was Yan Sushi. They are close to home and the sushi was relatively inexpensive. Then they became Tomo and we still went there because the prices, quality of the sushi, and wait staff didn't change, just the ownership. Then Hurricane Ike came and they redecorated (although they had no damage) but we saw another increase in prices. Most recently there are different owners and the entire place has been redecorated to be more of a "before clubbing" type restaurant/bar with a lounge/couch area. Sushi prices skyrocketed so much that for $2.50 you used to get two pieces, now you get one. This place used to be a good value, now it's not our kind of place. The sushi is still good, but we are not willing to pay the price for new decor and atmosphere.
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