I’m adventurous when it comes to food. I really like Japanese food- and not just sushi. I’ve been to a lot of good Japanese places and quite a few bad ones.
Back when I was in college, there was a Japanese restaurant about a mile down the wall. During my first year, I avoided it as it had a hole-in-the-wall vibe.
A friend took me there for my birthday sophmore year and I knew that I was wrong to have passed the place by for a whole year. The atmosphere was fun, the chef was entertaining and the food was great. In the years that followed, my friend Bemis and I went to Tomo’s Cuisine so often we probably put his kids through college.
Tomo even once talked us into trying fugu , which wasn’t that bad.
After moving out to Ohio, I got to go back twice. But Tomo’s closed up shop in South Orange in mid-aught-two, and trips back east haven’t been the same.
Well, (and the point of all this) is that he’s back. According to this message board, he’s re-opened up shop in Little Falls. If you’re out there, go- trust me, it’s worth it.
Tomo’s Cuisine II
113 Rt. 23 in Little Falls.
(Near the Willowbrook Mall.)
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