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Sumo Flemingate, Pan Asian Restaurant in Beverley – Review

Sumo Flemingate, Pan Asian Restaurant in Beverley – Review

Sumo Flemingate, Pan Asian Restaurant in Beverley – Sumo is a pan Asian restaurant and takeaway in Flemingate, Beverley. It’s tucked away around the corner from the cinema so it could be easy to miss – but it would be a shame if you did.  It’s small and intimate inside.  There are just four tables, but also casual high seating around a bar with a view into the kitchen.  I can’t do those high stools, my legs always dangle and I end up with pins and needles, so I was thankful for the table!  There is a nice cosy feel to the restaurant, decorated as it is with glowing red Chinese lanterns.

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We sampled three (quite frankly delicious) starters.  The first of which and my personal favourite were this salt and pepper chicken wings.

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Then we tried the chicken satay which was lovely and saucy, sprinkled with crushed peanuts.

Sumo Flemingate Pan Asian Restaurant in Beverley - chicken satay

The last starter we tried were these salt and pepper ribs (fabulous – I didn’t eat the chilli!)

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My guest ordered the salmon bento box for her main course.  It came with prawn toast, rice, salad and a chilli dipping sauce.

Sumo Flemingate Pan Asian Restaurant in Beverley (5)

Sumo Flemingate Beverley

My main course was quite theatrical, I ordered the Chicken Teppenyaki. First a hot plate was brought and then chicken was added which created a marvellous sizzle.

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After a little while beansprouts and broccoli were added.

Sumo Flemingate Pan Asian Restaurant in Beverley (5)

Followed by an assortment of tasty sauces, spring onion and a sprinkling of something crunchy.

I have no idea what the crunchy topping was and should have asked. I am here to tell you that it was magnificent though! There was definitely garlic, maybe nuts, and a lovely citrussy flavour came through too. I also loved the sweet sauce that became sticky on the flat hot plate, make sure you use your chicken to hoover that up!

Definitely give Sumo a go. It’s small, but it’s cosy and the food was amazing. If I lived closer I would be in there an awful lot as well as getting takeaway!

Sumo invited us to review, but as ever, all opinions expressed are my own.



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