Find out what Sushi restaurants to try in Centreville. Centreville is a census-designated place (CDP) in Fairfax County, Virginia, United States and a suburb of Washington, D.C. The population was 71,135 at the 2010 census. Centreville is approximately 20 miles (32 km) west of Washington, DC.
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4 based on 95 reviews
Here for dinner with colleagues -- looking for good sushi. They definitely had excellent sushi at very reasonable prices. Our server was very friendly but she didn't do much to offer explanations of their menus or selections. I get the feeling that most of the clientele here are regulars and know exactly what they want when they walk in the door. It certainly appeared that way from those dining around us.Aside from that it was terrific.
4 based on 19 reviews
Saturday night to Tomo, our first time. Friendly and efficient service. We ordered sushi - really good, including the correct type of "sushi rice" important to its success. We got tuna, salmon, salmon roe, yellow tail, scallops, white tuna aka escolar, and shrimp. Also, fried oysters...also delicious. The miso soup could have been stronger, ditto ditto the green tea. (Perhaps both have been altered to appeal to the American palette.)Traditionally, "izakaya" or "Japanese tapas" means just that - small dishes designed as a light meal.Yes, we'll go back. Tomo is conveniently located near the huge H Mart Korean grocery store as well as the fabulous Spa World.
3 based on 31 reviews
Our go-to local sushi place near Chantilly, Va., notable for friendly service (particularly if you are a regular) and simple, relatively inexpensive sushi. The food is quickly prepared and presented in an attractive manner. We typically order iced tea, a house salad, California roll, rainbow roll and shrimp tempura roll. It might be a problem if we tried to order something else! They know what we want when they seat us and often surprise us with a little something extra. When we came with our two-year-old granddaughter one evening, she was treated like a queen (it was fun to see her trying to eat "bunny food," edamame, with chopsticks). We haven't tried the lunch buffet.
Japanese sushi and hot pot restaurant. We offer fresh sushi, hot pot and we are vegan friendly.
I asked if they served katsudon, and the waitress said it's not on the menu, but they could make it for me. I was very happy with commitment to except service, but it wasn't quite right. I would probably have been better off just getting something off the lunch special menu.
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