Best Sushi restaurants nearby. Discover the best Sushi food in Gaithersburg. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Sushi restaurants near you.. Gaithersburg ( pronunciation (help·info)), officially the City of Gaithersburg, is a city in Montgomery County, Maryland. At the time of the 2010 U.S. Census, Gaithersburg had a population of 59,933, making it the fourth largest incorporated city in the state, behind Baltimore, Frederick, and Rockville. Gaithersburg is located to the northwest of Washington, D.C., and is considered a suburb and a primary city within the Washington–Arlington–Alexandria, DC–VA–MD–WV Metropolitan Statistical Area. Gaithersburg was incorporated as a town in 1878 and as a city in 1968.
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First visit and I enjoyed the food very much, ordering was quick and easy, food was tasty. Great location, pleasant / helpful staff and the place was clean and inviting. Would definitely go back again. My only recommendation would be to have some examples (Photos/recommendations) of what type of foods to put together in a bowl. The I can just order the "mango bowl with my choice or protein" etc. etc.
4 based on 9 reviews
So I will admit that I was Leary of trying this place. After all, I am deathly loyal to Yoyogi's and the last sushi restaurant at this exact spot didn't impress me. So I imagine you could say I was Pleasantly surprised with my lunch when it turned out like this:*Cali Roll- This was our baseline, our starting point, to see how well they did/did not do rolls. There was nothing special about it, but it wasn't horrible (masago was not on top but ok the side, and they were generous with it)*Sweet Russet Roll- Crispy smashed up potato was a tad on the burnt side. I think I was expecting it inside the roll and not rolled on the outside, but overall, it was a very tasty roll.*Sake Harasu Aburi Roll- I was surprised the salmon was cooked and the pickled stuff with the fish was interesting. My brother thought this one was a good combo.*Ribeye Bento Box- Ribeye was tender and wonderfully seasoned. You could taste the freshness from their kale-y salad as well as the tomato-mushroom-green mix. Their (Japanese) style shumai was equally nice and tasty. The spicy tuna roll was so-so. A nice hearty lunch portion, if you ask me.*(Super) Friendly and attentive staff*Clean, modern decorI'm not going to lie, it's not cheap like Yoyogi's and their normal stuff isn't mind-blowing, so I wouldn't come here getting a Cali roll or any typical stuff, but I Would come for their specialty rolls and the bento box because the quality is there for the price point! Thank you Kenaki!
4 based on 37 reviews
Upon entering my take was that this place is a quintessential cheesy Asian restaurant. It is tacky yet appropriately themed. They do have a Sushi bar but personally I would be a bit cautious.I started with the avocado salad ($6) with creamy Wasabi and soybean dressing. It was larger than expected. It had a nice mix of greens and an enjoyable dressing. My entrÃ©e was the Korean pork BBQ ($20). This came with a small cup of Miso soup and six small sides â¦ cubed cold potato, kimchi, cucumber slices in red spicy red sauce (same as on the kimchi), seaweed with bean sprouts, tofu, cold greens with bean sprouts and rice. The thin sliced pork is served in its own dish in a spicy sauce. It was very good and a nice size portion. The beer prices are very reasonable â¦ Yuengling was $3.50 for a 12-ounce bottle.
4 based on 72 reviews
Our kids enjoyed the experience and for that alone it was worth it. Chef was great, kid-friendly! Service very good, but we did come at 5:30 (with reservations made) on a Saturday night. Food was fresh and plenty, and quick.Our only bone to pick was this: by policy from management it is clear that turn over has to be quick. We were in and out in one hour. Thatâs not very relaxing...
4 based on 75 reviews
Sushi Restaurant in Gaithersburg, Maryland. We do dine in, carry out. Have been in business since 2003.
As many others have stated, this is also my FAVORITE sushi restaurant. Ever. They just recently moved to a bigger location but I believe it's still not big enough to cater to all their clientele. The ladies who seem to run the restaurant are really nice.The food is terribly FRESH and phenomenally delicious. The portions are large. I almost don't want to tell anyone else about them because I wish it wasn't as busy when I walk in, but honestly, I recommend anyone in the area, to try this place. I haven't like sushi for most of my life, so when I started to consider trying it, I was told by many that there's a distinct difference between good and bad sushi places. I've witnessed both and can truly say, even the more expensive places cannot compare to this place.
4 based on 173 reviews
Yuraku is a decent Japanese and sushi restaurant located in a strip mall in Germantown. The food is good, the decor satisfactory. I like that they deliver.Their specialty rolls and lunch roll combos are great and a good value.
4 based on 45 reviews
We were originally going to the nearby Melting Pot fondue restaurant, as weâd just arrived to town on spring break. The place was packed and we werenât interested in waiting so we went to the nearby Love Sushi place...So glad this happened! The place is small, but their hospitality is simply outstanding! The sushi is spectacular, and we only regret not living any closer! They went out of their way in treating us to some of the best Crab Rangoon, fried banana sweets and cheesecake!This definitely will be a place weâll visit every time weâre in town!
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