Tomo Sushi Bar & Grill

★★★★★
  • 724 Main St

    Pleasanton, CA 94566

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  • 925-600-9136

About Tomo Sushi Bar & Grill

Hours
Tue - Thu, 4:30pm - 9:30pm; Fri, 11:30am - 2pm and 4:30pm to 10pm, Sat, noon - 2:30pm and 4:30pm - 10pm; Sun, 4:30pm - 9pm; Mon, closed

Food

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Beautifully presented....almost so fast you wish it would take a little longer! Very friendly staff...loved this place!

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★★★★★

Beautifully presented....almost so fast you wish it would take a little longer! Very friendly staff...loved this place!

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My girlfriend took me to Tomo?s and I had a very pleasant experience. Since I am not a big sushi eater, I greatly enjoyed the Robata Grill where they cooked vegetables and meat on the grill. It was like eating BBQ food but better! And it was cool that they had draft beers because I don?t think many Japanese restaurants have that. I never knew how good Japanese beers (Sapporo and Kirin) were. I enjoyed my time there because although the restaurant was busy the waitresses and the chefs (open kitchen) were very welcoming and kind. They even spent some time explaining their 6th year anniversary sweepstakes. They were saying how they had this competition going that is going to end on Thanksgiving Day where the first prize wins a Wild Horse Ranch Membership worth thousands of dollars, 2nd prize wins a $250 Tomo gift certificate, and much more like bottle of expensive sake, Warrior tickets, etc. I am definitely going back there again and again! Hands down the best Japanese restaurant in the Bay Area. I know because my gf drags me to all the Japanese restaurants!

2
★★★★★

My girlfriend took me to Tomo?s and I had a very pleasant experience. Since I am not a big sushi eater, I greatly enjoyed the Robata Grill where they cooked vegetables and meat on the grill. It was like eating BBQ food but better! And it was cool that they had draft beers because I don?t think many Japanese restaurants have that. I never knew how good Japanese beers (Sapporo and Kirin) were. I enjoyed my time there because although the restaurant was busy the waitresses and the chefs (open kitchen) were very welcoming and kind. They even spent some time explaining their 6th year anniversary sweepstakes. They were saying how they had this competition going that is going to end on Thanksgiving Day where the first prize wins a Wild Horse Ranch Membership worth thousands of dollars, 2nd prize wins a $250 Tomo gift certificate, and much more like bottle of expensive sake, Warrior tickets, etc. I am definitely going back there again and again! Hands down the best Japanese restaurant in the Bay Area. I know because my gf drags me to all the Japanese restaurants!

Pros: authentic food, kind workers, relaxing, open kitchen, woman sushi cook!

Cons: none!

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We drive 20 minutes to heat here, this sushi is the bomb! Owned and operated by a female entrepreneur who is also one of the chefs.

Their baked scallops are awesome, as well, the have a huge variety of saki and do flights of some of the best.

If you go ready to eat, do chef's choice, I promise you won't be sorry.

5
★★★★★

We drive 20 minutes to heat here, this sushi is the bomb! Owned and operated by a female entrepreneur who is also one of the chefs.

Their baked scallops are awesome, as well, the have a huge variety of saki and do flights of some of the best.

If you go ready to eat, do chef's choice, I promise you won't be sorry.

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I visited Pleasanton not too long ago, and I went to this awesome restaurant as a recommendation. The first thing I noticed was the open kitchen and how the main chef of the restanrant was a woman!!! In sushi world, there aren't that many woman main chefs!! She seemed very friendly. The food was excellent; the best sushi place I have even been, and I have been to at least twenty different Japanese restaurants. I like how the restaurant accomodates people who are not very good at eating sushi, and people who love to try new things like Ankimo (fish intestine) and Uni (Sea Urchin). I also like that they have so many different types of drinks including Japanese martinis! I wish I lived there because I heard they were doing this contest to win things like the WildHorse Ranch Membership worth thousands of dollars and $250 gift certificate to their restuarant!!!! I would go back there in a heartbeat! The price is very affordable too!

2
★★★★★

I visited Pleasanton not too long ago, and I went to this awesome restaurant as a recommendation. The first thing I noticed was the open kitchen and how the main chef of the restanrant was a woman!!! In sushi world, there aren't that many woman main chefs!! She seemed very friendly. The food was excellent; the best sushi place I have even been, and I have been to at least twenty different Japanese restaurants. I like how the restaurant accomodates people who are not very good at eating sushi, and people who love to try new things like Ankimo (fish intestine) and Uni (Sea Urchin). I also like that they have so many different types of drinks including Japanese martinis! I wish I lived there because I heard they were doing this contest to win things like the WildHorse Ranch Membership worth thousands of dollars and $250 gift certificate to their restuarant!!!! I would go back there in a heartbeat! The price is very affordable too!

Pros: Woman chef (that's cool), affordable, fresh fish, authentic japanese food

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I am a huge sushi fan, and if you are in the east bay, Tomo is the place to go. There are a few others around, but Tomo's fish is so fresh, the service is outstanding and the place is small enough that you don't feel lost in the crowd. Nigiri and sashimi are wonderful, especially the white tuna and yellowtail. And, the rolls are huge, but not all rice - just the right amount - try the spider roll and the Pleasanton roll. I travel to this area several times of the year for work, and I always make it to Tomo. They just added beer on tap to their menu as well as many new rolls.

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★★★★★

I am a huge sushi fan, and if you are in the east bay, Tomo is the place to go. There are a few others around, but Tomo's fish is so fresh, the service is outstanding and the place is small enough that you don't feel lost in the crowd. Nigiri and sashimi are wonderful, especially the white tuna and yellowtail. And, the rolls are huge, but not all rice - just the right amount - try the spider roll and the Pleasanton roll. I travel to this area several times of the year for work, and I always make it to Tomo. They just added beer on tap to their menu as well as many new rolls.

Pros: Excellent, fresh sushi and wonderful service.

Cons: The secret is out - the place is small so you may have to wait for a table or a seat at the sushi bar.

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Best sushi in Pleasanton, bar none. While all the other places are ok to good, if I want to take my time and relax with a great meal, Tomo wins hands down. Sozo's is good for a quick meal but doesn't compare to the quality and taste Tomo can produce. Forget Momiji, also on Main St. Their fairly priced for sushi, staff is friendly and depending on the amount of customers, service is good. Their Sake and Rainbow rolls, best in the area.

PROS: Sake, Rolls
CONS: The grill can smoke you out; outdoor seating prefered

4
★★★★☆

Best sushi in Pleasanton, bar none. While all the other places are ok to good, if I want to take my time and relax with a great meal, Tomo wins hands down. Sozo's is good for a quick meal but doesn't compare to the quality and taste Tomo can produce. Forget Momiji, also on Main St. Their fairly priced for sushi, staff is friendly and depending on the amount of customers, service is good. Their Sake and Rainbow rolls, best in the area.

PROS: Sake, Rolls
CONS: The grill can smoke you out; outdoor seating prefered

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