One of Washington's finest places for sushi, Sushi-Ko serves the traditional Japanese raw fish with flair. Shrimp, salmon and tuna are favorites, but ... More
One of Washington's finest places for sushi, Sushi-Ko serves the traditional Japanese raw fish with flair. Shrimp, salmon and tuna are favorites, but for the more adventurous, there is octopus, surf clam or monkfish liver. Vegetarians also have a number of options to choose from on the menu. Those seeking to avoid the sushi experience will find numerous Japanese favorites like tempura and teriyaki chicken. Valet service is available at dinner.
Absolutely amazing. I start with either Honey soy roasted duck breast with mustard miso, grilled baby octopus, or edamame (all delectable) and then have the chicken teriyaki with cherry tomato salad. The service was great. I myself do not like sushi much, but my friends wanted to order sushi but didn't know what type to get. The waiter gave what seemed to be great advice and they also thoroughly enjoyed it.
Multiple Foodgasm: What I experienced at Sushi Ko last night. Oh but yet ladies…you didn’t think you could have multiple foodgasms…and usually they come from a small batch of fancy chocolates…but let me tell you…there was no chocolate, only the most incredible dishes at Sushi Ko!
Sushi Ko in the Glover park area of NW DC has long been regarded as the premier spot of sushi in the area and after finally dining there I can attest it to be 100% true! I’ve had a lot of sushi in my time and this was hands down the best.
I went with 2 friends; we all ordered one sushi roll each: a dragon roll, a crunchy shrimp roll and a spicy tuna roll. All three were so fresh, so perfectly done, so mind-blowingly succulent, I mean my mouth is watering, quite literally right now thinking about them.
My friends and I enjoyed Cranberry Saketini’s, a take on a martini made with sake instead of gin or vodka.
After the first round of sushi, which I could have gorged on eating more, we ordered small plates of chicken yakitori, a chicken grilled on skewers with scallions; a tuna dish topped with the tiniest diced potatoes; another teriyaki chicken dish with chopped chicken and a perfect teriyaki sauce; and the delectable morsels that made me shudder and shush one of my dinner companions…as the split lobster tail with scallops and a very light amazing sauce that I wanted to lick off the plate. It was a ‘small plate’ so we ordered it again…I cannot tell you how incredible the food was enough. Whatever you order at Sushi Ko will not be a disappointment.
Word of caution…if you go make reservations unless you are prepared to stand outside and wait for a minimum of an hour.
Great service - OK sushi. Maybe I should have something more adventurous than the nigiri sushi sampler which was average - nothing spectacular. Generous portion of edamame. Maybe the fish is better on nights other than Tuesday.
Overall the sushi in DC isn't great but this place is as good as it gets and the closest thing to West Coast or Hawaii you are going to find in DC. Very good. As close to Japan as you will find in DC. A great place to get sushi!
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