I was looking for a new sushi restaurant. I remember passing by before and seeing a bunch of people previous when I ate at Kahoo.
I was happily surprised with the quality of the sushi. I had the special chirashi plate. The fish was very fresh and of high quality especially the toro. The serving size was also quite generous.
Great, I found a new sushi restaurant to add to my favorite list.
Fantastic place, we've been there many many times over the years. My mom knows the owner and chefs and they never stop trying to surprise us.
After watching my mom and the chefs speaking Japanese and having so much fun for yrs, I learned to speak the language, almost exclusively for our visits to this place and the great Japanese supermarket next door. Now, as soon as I'm seated I always tip the chefs a big bottle of Kirin, we have our kampei and get down to some seriously fun sushi dining.
One of the very best, most fun and authentic sushi restaurants in the valley.
Lets start with the miso soup. It had the most tofu and seaweed I ever had. The portion of the salad was enough for two people.Salad dressing was light and tasteful. By the time my main course arrived I was full. I had my main course to go. I ordered sukiyake which was good for two to three people. My family all agreed that the food was excellent. Service was excellent. Be there early because its a small place, it gets busy.
This is a Japanese restaurant owned by Japanese and served by Japanese chef. It reminds me of those small but excellent restaurants you could only find nested in small lanes of Tokyo. I invited my Japanese friend to the restaurant and he liked the food very much. They also got Kampachi - a cousin of Hamachi farmed in Hawaii. Yes, Kampachi is farmed but in a much better way than Salmon and far from the shore.
I recently moved from South San Francisco to San Jose and have been searching far and wide to find the one little hole in the wall sushi place that is affordable, yet delicious - Tomisushi is the one! They don't use imitation crab in their California rolls and the Pork Katsu Don is to die for! Every time I eat there whether it's take out, at the bar or in the back area with friends, my experience has been plesant, delicious and satisfying. Finding a great sushi place is hard and a lot of places will give you generic ingredients thinking that since you aren't Japanese you won't know the difference but Tomisushi is the exact opposite. Everything is fresh, good and makes you want to come back!
One of my favorite sushi places. I usually get the special chirashi, which is sushi fish over rice. Fish is fresh and yummy! They have a daily lunch special which is usually some sort of fish (sometimes raw, sometimes cooked), and a fried thing.