Mon to Fri:
1130am to 3pm
530pm to 10pm
Sat, Sun & PH:
1130am to 10pm
Corkage Price:$20, wine & champagne
Sumiya translates from Japanese to mean ‘charcoal’ (sumi) and ‘house’ (ya). True to its name, it is popular for genshiyaki sumiya, a traditional style of grilling seafood that is skewered and placed vertically over a bed of hot coals. This yields fish with silky flesh and smoky, crisp skin.
The menu is extensive and is complemented by a good list of wines and sake, as well as a sake dispensing machine that allows guests to try up to 16 varieties of the Japanese rice wine in sampling portions.