Authentic Sushi and Other Japanese Dishes at Sumi Robata Bar
Are you fond of eating Japanese Dishes? Do you fancy eating sushi and sashimi? Then the food at Sumi Robata Bar should be on the top of your list of favorite hangout place here. Many restaurants often claim that they sell authentic Japanese cuisine. But none of them can compare with the food we offer here. Fresh from our sources locally, every ingredient is immediately used to create one sumptuous dishes after another. This is personally handled by the master cook himself – Yuki Sugimoto.
Say Hello to Japanese Food
All cooks and assistant cooks we have here at our restaurant came all the way from Japan to give you the best experience when it comes to cooking Japanese food. They brought with them the legitimate Japanese way of preparing your food. We are not simply talking about flavors although that is one reason why customers flock here day and night. We are talking about the artistic way they present your food which would encourage you to take picture after picture before you take a bite. We know how Japanese are very fond of cute designs on almost everything they possess. Here at Sumi Robata Bar, you’d have a clue how true is that.
This is a plate of raw kinds of seafood cut into bite-sized pieces and served with Japanese soy sauce and wasabi. The seafoods usually included in a sashimi plate are salmon, Bluefin tuna which is also known as the maguro, chub mackerel, squid, and octopus. The same seafoods mentioned are also used in creating other types of Japanese dishes such as the sashimi salad and an assortment of sushi.
Although there are those who are adverse to eating these raw products, they usually love them when they got a taste. This is why it is of utmost importance for every Japanese restaurant to make an instant impression when they serve their food. With Sumi Robata Bar, you’d never have this problem.
Japanese food aside, our restaurant also serves sake and bottled cocktails. This is a good accompaniment to your food or a nice way to pass the time as your grill your own food. We also have delicious ramen here which noodles are made from scratch. You can make your own ramen here so that you’d have the whole experience. We have a ramen bar which has all the ingredients of a ramen that you’d love. This is especially good during the cold weather.
Sumi Robata Bar is a Japanese place through and through. You cannot deny this as you enter our premises alone because this is evident in our minimalist theme.
Even our newly installed garage door which we commissioned from Tempe garage door repairmen has a Japanese touch. All of our tables and chairs here are imported and handcrafted from Japan.
These are made with your comfort in mind. While not drive out of your garage door today and head out to Sumi Robata Bar so you can have an idea of what we are offering here. We promise you that you won’t regret it.
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