Kiseki, An All-You-Can-Eat Sushi Spot, Opens in Former Kumo Location in Bay Shore

If you can’t get enough sushi, this is the place for you!

Kiseki Sushi recently opened in the same spot that used to be Kumo at 33 East Main Street in Bay Shore. The new sushi restaurant has been renovated and reopened in December under a new name.

While Kiseki offers hibachi and sushi on its menu the difference is that the new spot now has an all-you-can-eat sushi option. The endless sushi menu is $34.99 for rolls. If you’re under five feet, your price is $19.99. Patrons under three feet tall eat for $7.99. (Add $5 for sashimi).

Kumo Sushi in By Shore got caught up in the blowback after patrons fell ill at a similarly named sushi spot in Stony Brook even though the restaurants had different owners. Kumo in Bay Shore told Newsday that it saw a falloff in business because they had the same name. The old Kumo website redirects to the new restaurant but workers who answered the phone at Kiseki say it’s under new ownership.

The interior has been revamped and people are raving about the new spot online.

“Love it here,” said Jenna P on Yelp. “The menu has options for everyone – haven’t done the All You Can Eat menu yet, but that will happen (eventually).”

“We used to frequent Kumo and were relatively pleased with our experience there,” said Christopher in his Google Review. “I have been to many AYCE [All You Can Eat] places and the quality of the food usually suffers. This place was nothing like my past experiences at other places. The food was super fresh and innovative for AYCE.”

📷 Kiseki on Google.

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