OMG IM SO SICK. i usually don't eat sushi anywhere besides my 3 choice locations in las vegas. but none of those locations are near my home. and i love sushi so i decided to try this place because it was right across the street from my house. i thought the place looked really nice. so i got the caterpillar roll. its the same everywhere. avocado eel cucumber eel sauce. i get it almost every time i eat sushi. i ordered it to go. and i do live across the street so i'd say that it had been in its to go container for not even ten minutes. i opened it and i thought it looked alright. i took a bite. and i just thought it could use more eel sauce. but then after my second or third bite i was like ughhh. and i really looked at the roll and it looked like the avocado had a mushy glaze to it. it wasnt brown like it was sitting out. but it was kinda mushy. well i ate like half and threw out the rest. and chalked it up as a loss and figured i would try the place across the street today. but when i woke up for work today i had the worst cramps. and for lack of better phrase... i was pissing out of my ass. its been 24 hours since i ate it and im still in pain. i regret ever trusting anyone else with my fish. the service was friendly but the roll was not fresh and now im sick.
Excellent sushi, now offering AYCE.
My neighbor took me to Sumo on Green Valley Pkwy a couple of years ago and I loved it but the a la carte prices were pretty steep. My husband and I resorted to a different location whenever we went out; he has a HUGE sushi appetite and it can get very expensive to go a la carte together. But just recently Sumo started offering AYCE and now I have no reason to go anywhere else! I would far rather go to Sumo than any other sushi spot in Vegas.
They have a great selection of specialty rolls and they make beautiful sashimi and will make anything you ask for. Usually I just order off the menu but the chefs are really friendly and if you befriend them they can make recommendations.
I've never been to Sumo 2 but I'm sure as it is a newer location it is a bit more fancy; the GVP location is in need of an interior remodel.
Creative Sushi Rolls. Sumo Sushi2 is the second location of their main restaurant on Green Valley and Sunset. One of the head sushi chefs, Johnny from the original Sumo Sushi, manages this location. Friendly staff, same great menu, in a newer, trendier location decorated with a 2,000 gallon aquarium. Easier from customers on the south west part of town to get to. Although this location is newer I still prefer the original Sumo's in Green Valley.
My favortie sushi place in Vegas. Sumo Sushi is my favorite sushi restaurant in Las Vegas. The quality of the fish is always good. They have a very creative variety of rolls and dishes. The sushi chefs are very friendly and will chat with you and make you custom dishes. It is so beautiful inside, red walls with black granite. The prices are very reasonable as well and their plum wine is delicious!
Affordable dine-in or take-out sushi and Japanese cuisine in a friendly, inviting setting..
Bamboo walls and a 750-gallon exotic saltwater tank are the focal points in this neighborhood sushi joint, mirroring the Asian flair found on the dishes. The restaurant serves a wide range of sashimi and sushi including rolls made from live lobster, scallops and abalone. Appetizers include sushi nachos and sushi tacos, while the lunch special-a combination bento box-comes with chicken or beef teriyaki, vegetable tempura, four California rolls, salad, rice and miso soup for under $10.
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