DOMO Japanese Country Foods Restaurant

1365 Osage St DenverCO80204
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Domo Restaurant can be found at Osage St 1365. The following is offered: Restaurants: Sushi. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Denver there are 11 other Restaurants: Sushi. An overview can be found here.
by opendius on June 05, 2015 from opendius


Know Before You Go: Parties of six or more can always make reservations. If your party is less than six, call and put your name on the wait list.
by ezlocal on May 23, 2012 from ezlocal
Know Before You Go:
Parties of six or more can always make reservations. If your party is less than six, call and put your name on the wait list.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch

Member Reviews

Horrible service and terrible food!:
This was T-H-E WORST dining experiences I have EVER had!!

This is the 1st time I have ever written a review for anything, but I will try to articulate the horror of our experience at this restaurant....

I almost cannot believe how horrible our experience was. If my wife wasn't with me, I would have blown a gasket! I've NEVER, EVER, EVER been treated so rudely. I can NOT and DO NOT believe that Zagat or anyone else rated their food much above ALPO (dog food). IT WAS TERRIBLE! (NOT as bad as the service and their attitude, but still terrible!)

Their no extra condiments policy is RIDICULOUS! I was told NO 7 times before we even ordered. They gave us 6 drops of sauce for our dumplings, and when my wife asked for more, they told her NO! LOL.. I thought they were joking at first. Then when he went on to explain that it was RUDE (and an INSULT) IN THEIR COUNTRY to ask for extra condiments, I almost fell out of my chair!

HOW ABOUT THE COUNTRY in which you are serving this dog food?? The reason we needed more soy sauce is because there was either NO FLAVOR or it tasted TERRIBLE!

I wouldn't even give this place ONE STAR! I have NO IDEA why they are still in business?

Like many of the other complaints listed online, the service, the prices, the food, and their Nazi-like policies ARE THE WORST I HAVE EVER EXPERIENCED IN 27 YEARS OF EATING OUT IN 30 STATES, AND 12 COUNTRIES ALL OVER THE WORLD!!

Save your time, gas, and headaches and find ANY OTHER Japanese place and GO THERE!
by CHAD on September 22, 2008

Editorial Reviews

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by fodors on April 09, 2015 from fodors
Rated Food25 Decor28 Service22 Cost$32 Ratings are out of 30. Key to ratingsQuestion

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by zagat on November 18, 2014 from zagat
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Domo Restaurant Review:
“Domo” is the informal “thanks” in the Japanese language and most folks feel they indeed owe major gratitude after leaving this distinctive restaurant. Located in the Japan House Culture Center, it's a counterintuitive spot for a restaurant. Chart your directions and stick to them; you'll find it and be glad you did. Entering the dining room is akin to traveling to a different country and...
by gayot on November 04, 2011 from gayot

Information from the business

One of the secrets of Domo's distinctive taste is the generous use of shiitake mushrooms. Kombu, hijiki and funori seaweeds and other sea vegetables are also used in plenty. Domo uses over 120 varieties of fresh sea foods, meats and vegetables daily as well as many unique ingredients imported directly from the country side of Northern Japan by Domo owner and head chef Gaku Homma. Only at Domo,...
by cityvoter on May 13, 2016 from cityvoter