Sumo Japanese Steak House

★★★★☆
  • 1301 Martha Berry Blvd NW

    Rome, GA 30165

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  • 706-291-8000

About Sumo Japanese Steak House

Hours
Sun 4pm-10pm, Tue-Thu 4pm-10pm, Fri-Sat 4pm-11pm
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Good food, good people, good show! Don't hesistate to try this spot, very nice, and you just can't beat the view!

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★★★★☆

Good food, good people, good show! Don't hesistate to try this spot, very nice, and you just can't beat the view!

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Sumo Japanese Restaurant used to be the closest Japanese restaurant to Calhoun, so we would eat here often. Now that there is more of a selection, we do not frequent it as much. However, the last time I ate here (for a birthday party) the food was great and the experience was enjoyable. It's a great place to go for a large group.

4
★★★★☆

Sumo Japanese Restaurant used to be the closest Japanese restaurant to Calhoun, so we would eat here often. Now that there is more of a selection, we do not frequent it as much. However, the last time I ate here (for a birthday party) the food was great and the experience was enjoyable. It's a great place to go for a large group.

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We absolutely love this place and would go more often if we could afford it; the kids' meals are just so much! We also prefer their fried rice with that smoky bacon flavor, although I was just sure I wouldn't be able to tolerate it! This is my husband's new traditional birthday dinner. I like that they seat you immediately, but it is typical to have to wait for a complete table before they begin cooking.

5
★★★★★

We absolutely love this place and would go more often if we could afford it; the kids' meals are just so much! We also prefer their fried rice with that smoky bacon flavor, although I was just sure I wouldn't be able to tolerate it! This is my husband's new traditional birthday dinner. I like that they seat you immediately, but it is typical to have to wait for a complete table before they begin cooking.

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We love Japanese food, and enjoy trying various restaurants in our travels; however, I always come back to Rome (my hometown) for the best fried rice I've ever eaten. The secret ingredient? bacon! Leave it to a Japanese cook in the deep South to throw in a little fat-back; we've yet to meet another cook who does this.
While the service here is unfortunately slow, the hilltop view and the good eats make this a stop you'll want to add to your list when visiting Northwest Georgia.

4
★★★★☆

We love Japanese food, and enjoy trying various restaurants in our travels; however, I always come back to Rome (my hometown) for the best fried rice I've ever eaten. The secret ingredient? bacon! Leave it to a Japanese cook in the deep South to throw in a little fat-back; we've yet to meet another cook who does this.
While the service here is unfortunately slow, the hilltop view and the good eats make this a stop you'll want to add to your list when visiting Northwest Georgia.

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me and my husbend eats here every chance we can every time we go we bring some one with use and they love the same always nice and what every you ask for you get try it it is the best

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★★★★★

me and my husbend eats here every chance we can every time we go we bring some one with use and they love the same always nice and what every you ask for you get try it it is the best

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What's bad to say is we keep going back, but traditions are traditions especially when loved ones are not with us anymore. The service is normally ALWAYS SLOW! If we were at any other restaurant we would gripe & complain about the wait for the food to arrive (or at least the cook) Always allow 2 hours for dinner if you're lucky but just be prepared to waste your entire night because they hurry for no one. They also don't care how long you wait or if the food was any good because the prices (which keep going up!) are there in stone! And don't get bamboozled when you look at your credit card receipt and see a slot for a tip. The tip or service charge is already included in the price but there are times you may feel like you should add more of a tip (and I have many times). But it is hard to leave an additional tip when service is going down and prices up. Sorry don't get me wrong; most of the time the experience has always been pleasant but the past 5-6 times this year we have been it has left much to be desired. Who knows what is going on...

3
★★★☆☆

What's bad to say is we keep going back, but traditions are traditions especially when loved ones are not with us anymore. The service is normally ALWAYS SLOW! If we were at any other restaurant we would gripe & complain about the wait for the food to arrive (or at least the cook) Always allow 2 hours for dinner if you're lucky but just be prepared to waste your entire night because they hurry for no one. They also don't care how long you wait or if the food was any good because the prices (which keep going up!) are there in stone! And don't get bamboozled when you look at your credit card receipt and see a slot for a tip. The tip or service charge is already included in the price but there are times you may feel like you should add more of a tip (and I have many times). But it is hard to leave an additional tip when service is going down and prices up. Sorry don't get me wrong; most of the time the experience has always been pleasant but the past 5-6 times this year we have been it has left much to be desired. Who knows what is going on...

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I've only eaten at Sumo's once, but it made a pretty decent impact on me. I remember being surprised that you could find this kind of quality Japanese food in Rome, for one thing. That was a nice surprise. I think the location hides it a bit much as it is worth trying if you're in town.

4
★★★★☆

I've only eaten at Sumo's once, but it made a pretty decent impact on me. I remember being surprised that you could find this kind of quality Japanese food in Rome, for one thing. That was a nice surprise. I think the location hides it a bit much as it is worth trying if you're in town.

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