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Best Traditional Japanese Restaurant Denver 2009 - Domo

Domo

Domo

1365 Osage St.

Denver, CO 80204

303-595-3666

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Not just Japanese, but country Japanese. And not just country Japanese, but country Japanese focusing specifically on the peasant food eaten in the mountains of Japan, with decor to match. Strange as it may sometimes seem (scallion omelets and giant clam sashimi and wonderful, cold buckwheat noodles), each plate that comes from the kitchen at Domo arrives freighted with both history and tradition. Settling down on one of the polished tree stumps that pass for seats and melting into the slow languor of the dining room and Zen garden beyond, you'll find yourself as close to ancient Japan as you can get without flying to the country from which Domo has taken its deep inspiration.
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Ken
Ken

Where to start? We were loyal Domo customers for years till we just couldn't take the rude servers, cards on the tables threatening to boot your party out of the restaurant if they disapprove of how your kids behave (uh, really?!), and did I mention the rude waitstaff? Avoid this place at all costs. They'll treat you like crap and you'll pay plenty for the privilege. There are other choices in Denver for Japanese. Pick ANY of them over this place.

Christie
Christie

I agree with the poor customer service comment. Most of the servers are young and always have to check with someone if you ask for something and the person they get the answer from isn't the nicest of human beings. The food is delicious and I would love to go back for more if it wasn't for the terrible customer service.

Christie
Christie

I agree with the poor customer service comment. Most of the servers are young and always have to check with someone if you ask for something and the person they get the answer from isn't the nicest of human beings. The food is delicious and I would love to go back for more if it wasn't for the terrible customer service.

Dave
Dave

The place is lovely, the food interesting and generally appealing (maybe a little too authentic for some tastes), but they do not have clue about how to treat customers. It's like they are doing you a favor to wait on you at all and you definitely are going to get it their way, not yours. No thanks. I can be called stupid for a lot less money at many places.

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