Sumos Noodle & Sushi Bar in Clifton Hill Menu

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Nearby Sushi restaurants

Name Cuisines
Sumos Noodle & Sushi Bar Sushi, Noodles

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Nearby sample menus

Little Tony's Pizza Restaurant (sample menu)
Napoli - Italian red sauce $14.50
Moka $6.00
Diavola - Italian red sauce and chilli $14.50
Sicilia - Mushrooms and bacon in red sauce $15.50
Arabiatta - Spring onions, bacon and chilli in red sauce $15.50
Veal Scallopini - Baby veal in a mushroom and white wine sauce. Served with salad and chips. $21.50
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McDonald's Family Restaurants (sample)
Hamburger - 100% Aussie beef, topped with onion, pickles, zesty ketchup and mustard, all on a soft, fluffy bun n/a
Southwest BLT Burger - With crunchy tortilla chips, Southwest ranch sauce, sizzling bacon, cheddar cheese, fresh lettuce, tomato and made with 100% Aussie chicken breast in a chilli and chive topped b n/a
Chicken McNuggets - Like our nuggets made with tender juicy chicken breast in a crisp tempura coating. Start the fun with our delicious dipping sauces, in barbecue, mustard, or sweet 'n sour n/a
Frozen Coke McSpider n/a
Classic Angus - 100% Aussie Angus beef, two delicious slices of McDonald’s famous cheese, whole leaf lettuce, juicy tomato, red onion rings, pickles with mustard and mayo on a chilli chive bun n/a
Hot Apple Pie n/a
Hot Fudge Mega Choc Waffle Cone n/a
Chicken 'n' Cheese - A delicious combination of crispy coated chicken, cheese and mayonnaise n/a
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Popular Menu Items
Image Name Description Cuisines
Popular Menu Item Asian Noodle Soup Asian Noodle Soup It is served exactly as in Asian cities with a huge bowl of noodles, using either chicken or tofu as the protein, and including shitake mushrooms, Chinese cabbage, spring onions and other vegetables all steeped in a beautiful broth. A very comforting and filling dish, particularly in the wintertime. Noodles
Popular Menu Item Chicken Chow Mein Chicken Chow Mein Chicken chow mein is served everywhere from noodle bars to Chinese restaurants and street carts. Noodles can be steamed or stir fried until crisp, and are mixed with vegetable such as beanshoots, pak choi, carrots, celery, Chinese mushroom and as a spice, star anise. Chicken is the most popular addition, but beef, pork and seafood are also often used. A very economical dish, and very filling. Noodles
Popular Menu Item Rice Paper Rolls Rice Paper Rolls A little like spring rolls, but these are wrapped in rice paper and served raw usually. Cooked noodles are mixed with grated vegetables such as carrot, cucumber, onion and finely diced herbs such as coriander and wrapped in the rice paper. They can contain meat such as chicken, or sometimes chopped prawn. Served with sweet chilli dip and garlic and soy dips, they can be found as a popular lunch dish in noodle bars. Noodles
Popular Menu Item Ramen Noodles Ramen Noodles Ramen is a popular Japanese noodle soup made with a soya or miso based soup. The noodles are as thin as spaghetti and the dish is served with ingredients such as sliced boiled egg, pork belly, spring onions and seaweed. As a soup Ramen traditionally has a salty and umami (savoury) flavour to it. Like all noodles and soup, add as much chilli as suits your palate. Ramen is normally a cheap meal and easy lunchtime grab when you're pushed for time and washed down with cups of green tea it is a great on the run meal. Noodles
Popular Menu Item Singapore Noodles Singapore Noodles Contrary to popular belief Singapore Noodles is actually a Hong Kong / Chinese dish but one we love. Super thin vermicelli noodles are the secret to this dish, mixed with a hint of curry spices and lots of crunchy vegetables. The meat components of the dish vary from restaurant to restaurant, but generally pork, bbq pork and prawns are all included. Noodles
Popular Menu Item Pad See Eew Pad See Eew What can be better than big flat rice noodles cooked with soy sauce? Very little that’s for sure. This wonderful Thai Noodle dish is made with Chinese broccoli and your choice of meats. What makes this dish so delicious is the sweet soy sauce added during cooking which makes a wonderful comfort food meal and very moreish. The traditional meat for this dish was pork but you will find all sorts of options on offer. Sometimes simplicity reigns and this is the dish that satisfies. Noodles
Popular Menu Item Tempura Tempura Best served hot with tempura dipping sauce or salt, Tempura are battered and deep-fried vegetables, seafood, and so on. Sushi
Popular Menu Item Sashimi Sashimi Sashimi is thinly sliced, raw seafood. Many different kinds of fresh fish and seafood are served raw in the Japanese cuisine. Sashimi differs from sushi due to the fact that Sashimi doesn't include rice. Always nice with a little bit of ginger and/or soy sauce. Sushi
Popular Menu Item Sushi Rolls Sushi Rolls Ready made as opposed to you rolling them yourselves in a sushi bar, they are very familiar sushi rolls that you would recognise anyway, and using salmon, tuna, cucumber, carrot and sushi rice with accompanying dips of soy and garlic, or wasabi. Some of the most popular ones are Salmon and Avocado, California Roll, Tuna, Avocado, Hoy Soy Chicken and Teriyaki Chicken. Sushi
Popular Menu Item Tsing Tao Beer Tsing Tao Beer Most popular beer in most noodle bars and Asian restaurants, it has a light zingy taste and usually drunk from the bottle. Some describe is as malty and ‘hoppy’, and it is a well-balanced lager beer suitable with spicy dishes. Noodles
Popular Menu Item Sake Sake Sake is a Japanese fermented rice drink, usually served warm and frequently called ‘rice wine’. It is served in small china bottles or in small ‘cup’ style vessels in very small quantities! An acquired taste and quite pungent! Sushi, Japanese
Popular Menu Item Green Tea Green Tea Green tea is very popular in Chinese restaurants and sushi bars. This could be due to its apparent ‘healing properties’ and distinct flavour. Green Tea aids digestion of raw food and has a slightly earthy but not unpleasant taste. Served in a cup that is often prettily decorated. Chinese, Sushi

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Sumos Noodle & Sushi Bar Sushi, Noodles
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Clifton Chicken House Charcoal Chicken, Takeaway Food
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Restaurant Details

Location
Clifton Hill
Type
Takeaway Food
Service
Counter Service
Price
$10-$20
Phone
0394829088
Fax
Email
Address
298 Queens Pde, Clifton Hill, VIC, 3068, Australia
Features
Dine in, Takeaway, Cash
Cuisine
Sushi, Noodles
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