A well-rolled piece of sushi won't fall apart when you try to pick it up, unlike the pile of leaves you briefly thought was a baby. Keep it together with this Groupon.
- $16 for $30 worth of Japanese and Korean food for dinner
The fare in an average lunch box is typically nothing to get very excited about, as it usually consists of convenient foods such as leftovers or crumbs found in between the couch cushions. But Tomo's bento boxes break the mold and eschew the cartoon characters, too. In each box, the chef pairs the sushi or sashimi of the day with gyoza, inari—fried tofu—barbecue beef, or tempura. Boxes are complemented by orders of baked mussels, fried chicken wings, and mushrooms stuffed with spicy tuna.
What some people are buzzing about:
85% of 625 customers recommend
“Great place :)”
“The only thing I would suggest is to keep up the great work. The place is very clean, the food is 2nd to none!, and the service was good without being annoying. :) ...”
“The only thing I would suggest is to keep up the great work. The place is very clean, the food is 2nd to none!, and the service was good without being annoying. :) I would recommend this place for dates or business dates, just expect to wait a smidge more than average because you are getting really good sushi and presentation takes time. :)”
“Great restaurant. Delicious food for non sushi eaters too :-) ”