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You're not getting 5-star sushi at Kumo, but it's decent, and their all you can eat and drink special includes chefs special rolls and hand rolls. This is in contrast to other AYCE sushi places that restrict many of the types of rolls you can order. It's $26 for just ACYE sushi, and $5 more for all you can drink wine, beer and sake. One thing to be aware of is that they have a weird rule that you have to eat all the sushi you order or you get charged the menu price for it, so don't over order.
perfected the art of eating
Great recommendation! Thanks for the tip about eating all the sushi on your plate.
about 2 years ago
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There is really only one occasion for going to Ashiya, and that's if you're with a large group that wants to get hammered while they eat sushi. For $30 (plus a mandatory 18% service charge) you get all you can eat and drink sushi + booze. Your booze options include beer as well as some cheap house sake and white wine. You'll hear lots of fists slamming the table and people ripping sake bombs, and that about sums up the crowd and the reason for going here.
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