If you wanted to have the best Sushi meal in your life near Washington or Baltimore, where would you go?
- benkar Nov 9, 2013 06:15 PM
Meaning the most creative and the freshest and unusual. Is this possible?
Sushi Taro's omakase counter. Meets all 3 (provided creative to you doesn't mean weird rolls with too many ingredients).
Kaz Sushi Bistro's sushi is very good quality, but its real strength is its Asian small plates.
Here's a link to the menu page which lists the usual small plates:
There is always a daily special menu of sushi and small plates.
I particularly recommend the Asian short ribs and Nagoya chicken wings from the hot small plate menu. A big plus for the Hijiki and Jimica salad. We always order at least one sushi (or more typically sashimi) choice, but most of our meal consists of small plates.