Posts Tagged ‘ sushi ’

Fujimar or Lima redux?

March 7, 2012

My good friend and I tried out the newly opened Fujimar.  It used to be Lima, but Lima still exists.  Let me try it this way: Fujimar occupies the second floor of Lima, but the ground floor and underground level are still the old Lima.  Are you with me? To make matters more confusing,...
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The Hamilton: A little of everything

February 5, 2012

The Hamilton sounds too good to be true.  At 37,000 sq. ft and three floors, this ambitious new venture from Clyde’s Restaurant Group that occupies the old Borders space at 14th and F St. NW, seems to do it all. It’s open 24 hours, has a live music venue, and several bars and dining...
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Review: Oh Fish! was Oh My!

October 13, 2011

Usually the words “fast food sushi” evoke feelings of fear and my bowels cringe a little.  I’ve always steered clear of food court sushi or similar establishments because I’m an elitist and very picky about my sushi.  Yet, when Chef Kaz Okochi’s name is attached, I have no qualms about checking it out.  As...
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Restaurant preview: Oh Fish! — the latest endeavor from Chef Kaz

August 5, 2011

One of my favorite sushi places in town, hands down, is Kaz Sushi Bistro (I St. NW between 19th & 20th).  The decor is understated, the food is top notch.  Above all else, Chef Kaz Okochi really does focus on the quality and variety of fish he offers and the techniques used to prepare said...
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Review: What happened to Cafe Asia? Go to Kaz instead.

July 1, 2011

Last night I had dinner at Cafe Asia with one of my besties (translation: best friend).  Near the end of our meal, bestie asks me: “What happened to Cafe Asia? It used to be such a scene.” Good question, bestie. Good question. I don’t know what happened.  I remember dining there often several years...
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