Last weekend we had a siblings night out, and in an attempt to hang with the kids, we threw it back to the classic all you can eat sushi and sake. Do sake bombs really ever get old? We don’t think so! We carefully crafted a neatly choreographed chant so the whole restaurant would be impressed with our sake bomb skills. It turns out our little sister and brother have had more practice sake bombing recently but we tried to keep up? We may have been sipping rather than chugging, but it was fun anyway!
The uniquely NYC unlimited sushi and sake bombs phenomenon is just perfect for a large party, hungry guys or an out-of-town visitor. Just in case you haven’t had the pleasure of partaking – this is how it works. At Kumo in East Village (one of our faves) it’s $45 per person (cash only). Every member of the group must take part in the unlimited fun….but they will want to anyway! The staff is quick to bring out the first pitcher of beer and carafe of sake so you can begin cheering, rooting and having some fun! It’s not unusual to begin a competition with some of the other sushi/sake goers at a nearby table. and when the first round of sake bombs are complete, the refills just keep coming…..
But let’s not forget the sushi! You can choose unlimited sushi orders from the vast list of delicious and creative rolls! No sashimi options, but the rolls are surprising fresh. We suggest ordering a bunch of different rolls and sharing from a big pile in the middle of the table – yum!