Have tried Sashimi in a few places in DC. This one stands out! If they ask you to wait, you should order some Sake at the bar and the turn around is pretty fast. Chu Torro Sashimi is awesome! The cuts and the fish is...More
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We ate here by mistake, but that is a different story. The servers were very helpful helping us manage a not so traditional sushi restaurant. Sashimi was great, but the big hit was the recommended flash fried fish parts- the leftover spines, cheeks, and fins...More
Went here with a few friends after we were able to get an elusive reservation. A small place with a limited number of tables, it's been found by the hip crowd in the area and some from the burbs as well. The decor is nothing...More
I can see how people will think this place is a great izakaya with great food if one had no real clue as to what either an izakaya is or what decent Japanese food is like. No binchotan for the yakitori. They call themselves an...More
I had dinner with my Japanese colleague on Sunday. Most of the other Japanese restaurants were closed for Sunday dinner. The dinner was very good. The environment was semi-casual and would well for an informal business dinner or casual dinner with friends. I heard from...More
For many years choices of Japanese restaurants in the DC area have been limited to neighborhood places (ranging from mediocre to fairly good), and occasional upscale establishments as often overrated as overpriced. But where to go for that relaxed and most enjoyable Japanese dining experiences...More
The food here was excellent and the restaurant was relatively quiet, which I like a lot. Service was good. It was a bit expensive for my taste but I guess lots of things are.
Where to begin?! We love this place for its small plates and adventurous dishes! Definitely recommend and if you go with a group you can pretty much order everything on the menu!