Kumo Japanese Cuisine


Kumo Japanese Cuisine

Kumo serves a wide range of Japanese cuisine with experienced chefs. We maintain our standards by providing the freshest seafood, meat, and vegetable.

We will make your dining experience memorable and enjoyable. In our Teppanyaki dining room where our knife-flashing chefs prepare your meal at the table, the natural flavours of fresh ingredients, combined with the unique method of cooking, assure our customers of health conscious cooking, without sacrificing taste, flavour, or quality.

Our restaurant is highly supportive of healthy eating. We use vegetable oil only. Our staffs provide friendly service to meet all of your expectations. We are conveniently located at
4900 Transit Rd. Suite 700, Depew, NY 14043
Tel: 716-668-6689

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Kumo Japanese Cuisine


Kumo Japanese Cuisine

     "Such great sushi and pad Thai."    in 7 Yelp reviews

     "We'll definitely go there again and try some of the other special rolls, perhaps the Funky Monkey (Bananas!)."    in 5 Yelp reviews

     "Took a picture of angry dragon since it's display is so much fun!"    in 3 Yelp reviews

     "Anything you get here will be fresh and delicious. Been going here for a while and I've never been disappointed!"    Google+ review

     "The food here is excellent and the ambiance/décor are very nice - the stone walls in particular..."    Google+ review

     "Fantastic. Wonderful. Awesome> Great Service. Affordable Prices. Wonderful, knowledgeable Staff! They offer Take Out too!!.."    Google+ review


Kumo Japanese Cuisine

Kumo delivers value as one of the best midrange Japanese bistros in town
Kumo serves Japanese flair at fair price

There's quite a helping of nominally Japanese restaurants in Western New York. Most of them offer practically identical menus: sushi, sushi rolls, dumplings and small dishes. There are usually a few Anglicized entrees and rosters of teriyaki and hibachi dishes.

Kumo, a relatively new Japanese restaurant with most of the standards, isn't going for the swankiest vibe. When you order a hibachi dinner, it's cooked in the kitchen, not in front of you by a flashy chef.

The Buffalo News - 11/02/2012