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Businiess name:  Sumo Sushi Seafood Buffet
Review by:  citysearch c.
Review content: 
This place has the all you can eat sushi buffet all day Friday, Sunday, and one other day that I can't remember, all for $20. After tip and tax my bill came out to around $26. Note that the location has changed. It is NOT near Legacy Village/Cedar Road. It is very close to Chagrin Boulevard. They start the all you can eat with a bowl of miso soup and a western style salad with some kind of Japanese ginger salad dressing. Both were delicious. The buffet is not really a buffet. You don't go up to a buffet stand and serve yourself. They give you a menu and you can order however much you want from that menu, all except for the more fancy "special" rolls, which you're limited to only 2 of. The special rolls were delicious and consisted of an entire sushi "log" for each. The unlimited ala carte items were fresh and delicious as well. Color me surprised getting fresh sushi in Ohio. They had salmon, fluke, red tuna, white tuna, roe, mackerel, and red snapper for the raw stuff. They also have a selection of cooked sushi such as clam, imitation crab, eel, and crispy salmon skin. They even have a vegetarian selection of veggies in/on sushi rolls. Like I said, the sushi was very good and very fresh. No fishy odor, the texture was right, and I didn't get sick afterwards even after eating about 50 pieces. The service was subpar. The wait staff were actually Chinese and the waitress I got never smiled and didn't do a good job of explaining how the all you can eat works. She just went through the motions of her job. There was a second waitress who seemed a lot more happy. I waited nearly 15-20 minutes for my order of special rolls to come out during lunchtime. The average wait for an order was probably between 5-10 minutes. This was NOT a quick lunch by any means. All they serve is sushi, no sashimi, so you're forced to eat the rice which is a cheap filler. If you don't finish your plate, you're charged extra on top of the $20. Pros: Fresh food, ambience, all you can eat Cons: Service, wait times, no sashimi

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