The inventive sushi served at Umai Umai makes the Fairmount spot a worthy destination for Craig LaBan and you but the cooked food dissapoints.
But the 38-seat Umai Umai is really all about the magic that McCoy methodically spins behind his sushi bar. His creations aren’t all entirely successful. But he displays such individuality in a town replete with maki-copycats that the most important answer, if you’re seeking a distinctive sushi experience, is a resounding yes.
Two Bells – Very Good
Umai UmaiÂ [Philadelphia Inquirer]