Drop by Sumosan restaurant, our Japanese restaurant in Moscow
Sumosan Restaurant delights guests with genuine Japanese cuisine made only by Japanese chefs to keep authenticity. Opened in 1997 by entrepreneur Alexander Wolkow, our restaurant's goal is to bring traditional Japanese cooking, known as washoku, to every dish we serve. We use fresh and seasonal ingredients to entice your taste buds with sweet, spicy, salty, sour, and bitter flavors.
- Reviewed 08 Feb 2020
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The ambience in Sumosan resembles Japanese culture. We want our guests to feel Japan in every second of the experience. Sit by the open grill area and witness a gastronomic spectacle where chefs will prepare teppanyaki. This style of Japanese cuisine is cooked in an iron griddle. Expect tricks and flames; the chefs are here to entertain you!
Other items in our menu include the traditional miso soup, a variety of salads with tofu or mango, dishes with crab and octopus, and the best sushi you'll ever have!
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