This restaurant serves decent food but I did not find it spectacular. It is well priced. It is a good restaurant for when you want to eat after a busy day but it is not an ‘evening out’ restaurant
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Went out with a few friends. Started with spring rolls and the seaweed salad...Very very good! Then we had the spicy octopus roll, dancing dragon roll, rainbow roll and the fantasy salmon roll. All was amazing. Very good! Fresh. Overall food was very very good....More
If you are staying at the Palomar, and want a tasty meal - head across the street to Asian 54. Was dining alone, so I sat with the Sushi Chef. His salmon poke` was tasty, but could have used a little sea salt. The baby...More
A group of us went and shared appetizers and meals and we weren't disappointed. A mixture of Chinese and Thai. The sushi was good and fresh and flavorful. Even though it was getting near closing, the staff was friendly and helpful and didn't rush us.
Went here for a quick solo dinner. Not many peoiple in the place. Saw several people come in-out for takeout. I was going to order sushi but the place looked like it might not have the freshest fish so I passed (possible it's great since...More
I arrived in Dc the same evening and were lookjing for dinner Close by the hotel. Tripadvisor recommended this Place just 2 min walk from the hotel. Friendly staff. Sushi was good but small bites.