Fodor's Expert Review Kaz Sushi Bistro
Traditional Japanese cooking is combined with often inspired improvisations ("freestyle Japanese cuisine," in the words of chef-owner Kaz Okochi) at this serene location. For a first-rate experience, sit at the sushi bar and ask for whatever is best—you're in good hands, but the unique arrangements on the regular menu, from tuna with almonds to salmon and mango, are just as memorable. It's not all raw here; the cast of small plates served warm might include fresh fish seared in soy and lemon or grilled tofu.
1915 I St. NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20006, USA