The decor of the restaurant and the service were nice but for the price, the quality of sushi was very diappointing. The mackerel had a bit too much vinegar which seemed to cover up for its lack of freshness and the octopus lacked the moist, cool intensity characteristic of fresh product. Most of the sushi served (salmon, white fish, tuna, etc) was at a palate-displeasing room temperature.
For the same price, you can get much better stuff at Sandobe or Sapporo East. Unfortunately, that may not be the easiest option for Columbia students, but hey, if you want to set a standard for sushi, this Tomo may not be the best place to start.
Pros: pleasant atmosphere, nice sushi bar setup, nice waiters
Cons: , needs fresher sushi, some areas too dark