Tomo

★★★★☆
  • 3256 Cobb Pkwy Ste 114

    Atlanta, GA 30339

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  • 770-690-0555

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Mon-Fri 11:30am-2pm, Sat 5pm-11pm

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This is a very small boutique sushi restaurant but they have done an excellent job with the decor and maximizing the space for the ultimate experience. The food is great and the service excellent. I definitely recommend.

4
★★★★☆

This is a very small boutique sushi restaurant but they have done an excellent job with the decor and maximizing the space for the ultimate experience. The food is great and the service excellent. I definitely recommend.

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I like their sushi very much. The prices are quite high, but it is very fresh and that is a key with sushi. I can go once a month, but too expensive for other trips. I like the lunch specials, but those are also expensive. They have a cute spot.

It is better than most other sushi places I have tried, but then Atlanta is not a key sushi city

2
★★★★☆

I like their sushi very much. The prices are quite high, but it is very fresh and that is a key with sushi. I can go once a month, but too expensive for other trips. I like the lunch specials, but those are also expensive. They have a cute spot.

It is better than most other sushi places I have tried, but then Atlanta is not a key sushi city

Pros: Food fresh

Cons: price, and attitude is a little too cool for my taste

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Tomo is a great Sushi place. I used to go there all the time. I have had a couple of bad experiences with the wait staff. Tomo himself is a great sushi chef and the fish is flown in daily. It is great food but be aware of the wait staff.

4
★★★★☆

Tomo is a great Sushi place. I used to go there all the time. I have had a couple of bad experiences with the wait staff. Tomo himself is a great sushi chef and the fish is flown in daily. It is great food but be aware of the wait staff.

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It completely is overdue. It 's like the press, "raw fish aficionados", and obnoxious know-it-all bloggers don't even bother whispering the name of Tomo. The fish is impeccable (might I add before my tangent rolls rampant, that I myself make a living working behind a sushi bar), unique flavor combinations are intelligible, and as for presentation- I wouldn't be surprised if Tomo-san was back there with a protractor measuring all lines and angles of his cuts and plating. I now reside in a much larger, "culturally-advanced" city, and not ONE restaurant here pales in comparison.....not even by three shades. Best thing to do, next time you're craving sushi, is to actually go eat sushi and go to Tomo(unless you want hacked fish that's at least three days old in a discotheque atmosphere, that is).

P.S. As an enemy of the Americanized version of maki, the Squid Ink Roll is ingenious.

2
★★★★★

It completely is overdue. It 's like the press, "raw fish aficionados", and obnoxious know-it-all bloggers don't even bother whispering the name of Tomo. The fish is impeccable (might I add before my tangent rolls rampant, that I myself make a living working behind a sushi bar), unique flavor combinations are intelligible, and as for presentation- I wouldn't be surprised if Tomo-san was back there with a protractor measuring all lines and angles of his cuts and plating. I now reside in a much larger, "culturally-advanced" city, and not ONE restaurant here pales in comparison.....not even by three shades. Best thing to do, next time you're craving sushi, is to actually go eat sushi and go to Tomo(unless you want hacked fish that's at least three days old in a discotheque atmosphere, that is).

P.S. As an enemy of the Americanized version of maki, the Squid Ink Roll is ingenious.

Pros: Food, Chef Tomo-san himself(nicest sushi chef ever), courteous waitstaff

Cons: The valet parking to the restaurants next door

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I simply am amazed that this restaurant did not make it as the number one sushi restaurant in Atlanta. It compares to MF but goes that extra step to be better. Coming from NYC, I was sooo impressed by the presentation. And no wonders, the chef comes to us from Nobu! I highly recommend the tuna tartare! Sitting at the sushi bar is also a great way to go, and simply ask them for their recommends. They never steer me wrong! Small place but just goes w/ the unpretentious nature of the restaurant. Tomo is truly a 5 star restaurant!!!

2
★★★★★

I simply am amazed that this restaurant did not make it as the number one sushi restaurant in Atlanta. It compares to MF but goes that extra step to be better. Coming from NYC, I was sooo impressed by the presentation. And no wonders, the chef comes to us from Nobu! I highly recommend the tuna tartare! Sitting at the sushi bar is also a great way to go, and simply ask them for their recommends. They never steer me wrong! Small place but just goes w/ the unpretentious nature of the restaurant. Tomo is truly a 5 star restaurant!!!

Pros: All chefs specials

Cons: Some of the wait staff could use a little improvement

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Atlanta has so much to learn about truly authentic, good ethnic food. Atlanta loves chains, lots of whipped cream, frozen junk drinks and grease. Sometimes I think they would not know true pizza, real sushi or good Mexican food if it flew into their plate. What do you expect from a city that claims fame to grease from the Varsity?

The rates for health care insurance would drop in this area if the locals actually figured out true regional food versus the fluff. Tomo is the perfect example. I laughed when I read the nominations for true sushi.Tomo was not even listed. Shout was. Funny. Shout is a bar, a pick up joint, meat market. Tomo is true, fresh sushi from an experienced chef. It is too out of the way for the locals to find, even though it is in a very visible center, but not part of the see and be seen. Please separate real food from the trend scence. There is room for both to exsist, but get the categories right.Tomo is fresh food, reasonable prices for the quality and lovely.Try it, great, fresh sushi as good as La, San Fran and NYC. Truly the only place in Atl I have found that ranks. Please lighten up a little and be a little more friendly with service

2
★★★★★

Atlanta has so much to learn about truly authentic, good ethnic food. Atlanta loves chains, lots of whipped cream, frozen junk drinks and grease. Sometimes I think they would not know true pizza, real sushi or good Mexican food if it flew into their plate. What do you expect from a city that claims fame to grease from the Varsity?

The rates for health care insurance would drop in this area if the locals actually figured out true regional food versus the fluff. Tomo is the perfect example. I laughed when I read the nominations for true sushi.Tomo was not even listed. Shout was. Funny. Shout is a bar, a pick up joint, meat market. Tomo is true, fresh sushi from an experienced chef. It is too out of the way for the locals to find, even though it is in a very visible center, but not part of the see and be seen. Please separate real food from the trend scence. There is room for both to exsist, but get the categories right.Tomo is fresh food, reasonable prices for the quality and lovely.Try it, great, fresh sushi as good as La, San Fran and NYC. Truly the only place in Atl I have found that ranks. Please lighten up a little and be a little more friendly with service

Pros: food

Cons: a little more smiles with the service, please and you clsoe too early and appear in a hurry to close at lunch

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As Atlanta has a severe lack of great sushi restaraunts, we were very happy to find this place. It offers great upscale japanese dishes as well as your favorite sashimi, nigiri, and maki/tamaki's. Personally, I think it's better than Nobu, where the chef was formerly employeed. (I've eaten at Nobu in Las Vegas and NYC)

The place is generally consistent and very tasty. Only one time out of 6 or 7 visits the food was a little off. (e.g. too much batter on tempura, not quite as fresh sushi, etc.)

Service is generally pretty good. It's had the same staff for the duration we've been visiting.

Make reservations on weekends. It's a small place, so you may wait if you don't.

2
★★★★☆

As Atlanta has a severe lack of great sushi restaraunts, we were very happy to find this place. It offers great upscale japanese dishes as well as your favorite sashimi, nigiri, and maki/tamaki's. Personally, I think it's better than Nobu, where the chef was formerly employeed. (I've eaten at Nobu in Las Vegas and NYC)

The place is generally consistent and very tasty. Only one time out of 6 or 7 visits the food was a little off. (e.g. too much batter on tempura, not quite as fresh sushi, etc.)

Service is generally pretty good. It's had the same staff for the duration we've been visiting.

Make reservations on weekends. It's a small place, so you may wait if you don't.

Pros: consistency. Not many restaraunts like this in town with traditional japanese dishes.

Cons: small space

Message from Tomo

At HOKI Japanese Restaurant, we seek to enliven your taste buds and satisfy your hunger with excellent Japanese cuisine. To ensure the very best flavors, our sushi and sashimi are made from seafood brought in fresh each day. Diners who are not so fond of the raw, bright flavors of sushi may still find something they enjoy in our Japanese fusion-inspired appetizers and entrees, like the hamachi/yellow tail truffle, lamb chops, or black cod miso. With their bright, delicate flavors, all of these pairs well with a cup of sake.

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