Hold down Control (PC) or Command (Mac) key + mouseclick to select more than one option
Center City >
Posted by anonymous on 07/31/2012
I love this place, the food and atmosphere are great. I wanted to make a reservation for a group of about 8 people on a weekday and they turned us away because we'd take up too many tables. Disappointing!
Posted by laura h on 03/29/2012
I took my sister to Doma for a birthday lunch and it was fabulous! We ordered a variety of rolls - all fresh and very delicious. Will definitely be going back! Plus BYOB - love that!
Posted by John on 01/29/2012
I have been to Doma several times and the food has always been good. It's nice to be able to sit down with friends or go on a special occasion but eat in a rush or the hostesses will stare you down to leaving. Wait,.. I am the customer, paying for my meal and tipping for my service and I have to feel awkward while trying to enjoy my dinner? The wait staff was great but the 3 ladies at the front stared you down since they overbooked and had people waiting. It's not my fault you cannot manage your business properly. 6 eyeballs hawking you, are you done yet? are you done yet? We just finished our last bite and before you know it they drop the check off. For 2 people our bill was over 100$, it's not like were nursing 1 plate of edamame for an hour. I will take my money elsewhere at this point..
Posted by Field on 12/12/2011
We tried this restaurant just walking around Philadelphia and thought it was the best sushi we've had in a long time. We also tried one of the korean dishes which was scrumptious!
Posted by KDW on 11/29/2011
Best Bimbimbap ever!
Posted by Jessica on 02/18/2011
I went to this restaurant with a group of 8 girlfriends. We were all greatly accomodated it in time. Food was great I had the Hot Stone Bibimbap. The best Korean dish I had in my life. It was so good that I've think about that dish a few times a week.
Posted by jenzer on 09/21/2010
Doma opened up last winter on the new "restaurant block" on Callowhill. I first noticed it when walking from Sabrina's to Kite & Key. I finally went in with my sister on a Saturday night to thank her for helping put together furniture and was so impressed I took friends there to celebrate a new job. Both times the appetizers were stellar - there was a stand out pork belly steamed bun and a sea urchin trio. Both times we also ordered the chef's tasting platter. The presentation was beautiful and the selection of fish was a little exotic - definitely some stuff I hadn't had before - but also good. I'm definitely partial to the chef's choice because I think you get something a little different and the best of the best. Our waitress was also very helpful and explained all of the pieces on the plate. If you don't have anything handy, there is a take out beer place on 20th St b/w Brandywine & Green where you can get Sapporo. It's nice to have another sushi option in the neighborhood - Umai Umai is still my favorite if I'm looking for a simple sushi and roll-centric meal. BUT, for a more gourmet sushi experience and an evening with great atmosphere, Doma's my choice. And even though I go here because it's in my neighborhood, I would recommend it as a destination - definitely worth travelling to. Pros: Excellent sushi, BYOB, in my neighborhood, decor & staff Cons: Small dining room, make a reservation on a weekend night