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'''Tomo''' was a Japanese and Sushi restaurant on [[Broadway (avenue)|Broadway]] at 110th St.
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|Image=Tomo.jpg
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|Cuisine=Japanese and Sushi
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|Location=[[Broadway (avenue)|Broadway]] between 110th and 111th
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|Phone=212-665-2916
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|Menu=[http://www.menupages.com/restaurantdetails.asp?areaid=0&restaurantid=1848&neighborhoodid=0&cuisineid=0 Menu]
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|Violations=[http://167.153.150.32/RI/web/detail.do?method=detail&restaurantId=40560913&inspectionDate=20060927 4 points]
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'''Tomo''' was a Japanese and Sushi restaurant on [[Broadway]] at 110th St.
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The restaurant wasn't great, and the sushi certainly wasn't anything special, but it was fairly reliable. They had lots of classic dishes on their menu, and their ingredients were pretty fresh. The service was acceptable, but very slow. It was better than the owners' other local restaurant, [[Caffe Swish]], which had particularly sadistic servers.
 
The restaurant wasn't great, and the sushi certainly wasn't anything special, but it was fairly reliable. They had lots of classic dishes on their menu, and their ingredients were pretty fresh. The service was acceptable, but very slow. It was better than the owners' other local restaurant, [[Caffe Swish]], which had particularly sadistic servers.
  
Tomo closed in February [[2009]].  
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Tomo closed in February [[2009]].
 
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== Map ==
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<googlemap lat="40.804381" lon="-73.966251" type="map" zoom="16" width="500" height="300" controls="small">
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40.804381, -73.966251, Tomo (Japanese/Sushi)
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</googlemap>
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[[Category:Asian restaurants]]
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[[Category:Closed restaurants]]

Latest revision as of 13:43, 8 December 2013

Tomo was a Japanese and Sushi restaurant on Broadway at 110th St.

The restaurant wasn't great, and the sushi certainly wasn't anything special, but it was fairly reliable. They had lots of classic dishes on their menu, and their ingredients were pretty fresh. The service was acceptable, but very slow. It was better than the owners' other local restaurant, Caffe Swish, which had particularly sadistic servers.

Tomo closed in February 2009.

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