We go to Tomo for Sushi every month or so. It is always very good. The fish is always fresh and the service is always very good.
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I had sushi & it was pretty good, nothing special. Service was slow & inattentive. People that arrived after us were done eating and gone before we got our food.
We came in and the restaurant was empty. We asked to sit in the seating area inside. A few minutes after us more customers arrived and were seated either outside on the patio or at the bar. The one server seemed to pay much more...More
I lived in Japan for a number of years and Tomo's is hands down the most authentic Japanese cuisine in the East Bay. Some reviews have rated the value at a 3 or 4, but the owners go through a lot of trouble to only...More
Looking for great japanese food? It must be TOMO. Kudos to Megan, the chef and owner. I can never go wrong with what we call "authentic jap.taste" .lived in japan for years. I come to a point where I crave for some jap.food, and I...More
I am Japanese and I know what Japanese food tastes like. The fish was very fresh, the sake selection was fantastic, and service was wonderful. I would definitely come back!
During a very crowded "First Wednesday" street party, we were shocked and dismayed at being refused service by 3 downtown restaurants because it was 10 minutes past 9PM, the regular time the kitchens stop cooking. This is a ridiculous and outrageous way to run an...More
It's a shame, because we really like the quality of their fish and their interesting sushi and appetizers, but my wife has a rice intollerance and they are unfortunately intollerant to making sushi without rice.
We dined at Tomo for the first time and loved it, don't know why it took us so long. We regularly enjoy sushi and there are plenty of Sushi restaurants in P-Town. What we noticed about Tomo was that it was smaller and the service...More