Sumosan restaurant in the ‘Radisson Slavyanskaya’ hotel
Assorted sushi and sashimi — from 2,400 rub.
‘Toro’ sushi (blue tuna belly) — 750 rub.
Average bill — from 2,500 rub.
The restaurant was founded by famous restaurateur Alexander Volkov in 1997.
The restaurant’s interior is of classic Japanese style: comfortable private rooms, cozy chairs and convenient tables, a pool with Koi carps of different colors, blossoming orchids.
Guarded parking and delivery service are available.
The restaurant seats 168 persons. In the outer hall, there are seats for 90 persons. In the inner hall, with four teppans which chefs cook on juggling right in front of the clients’ eyes, there are 28 seats. Moreover, the restaurant has two VIP halls for 6 and 13 persons, four private rooms for 6 persons and a separate private room for 7 persons.
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