The culinary wizards of Mt. Fuji Sushi & Hibachi synergize bold and rich flavors from fresh ingredients and meats before their customers’ eyes. Hibachi preparations of filet mignon ($24.50) and salmon ($20.50) eschew the kitchen for the dinner table, where red-hatted chefs grill meals inches away from patrons that will devour and name first-born children after the seared morsels. Special sushi rolls compete for diners’ attentions with unique swaths of ingredients; the Rock ‘n’ Roll is laced with mango, avocado, and shrimp tempura ($13.75), and the Godzilla roll balances its triple-fish attack with caviar and scallions ($12.25). The restaurant’s wide array hibachi grill-top tables encourages socialization, where strangers can become close companions as they marvel at their chef’s showmanship and amaze onlookers with their broccoli-catching skills.
Golden Phoenix's owner brings a Thai background to the eatery's cuisine, but the cooking staff ably represents Thailand, China, and Japan with an eclectic menu of pan-Asian staples. Diners can clasp fresh sushi rolls or lap up spicy coconut curries, complemented by a broad selection of wines and sake.
If you are looking for some pasta or pizza In Arlington that is not run-of-the-mill, Moni’s Pasta is your spot! Their mom-and-pop feel, along with their authentic Italian cuisine, will keep you coming back. Their shrimp scampi and meat lovers pizza are very popular and their gluten free is said to be top notch. You can bring your own beer and wine. Something else patrons love about Moni’s is the family who runs it. They make you feel at home and Mom, the owner’s wife, is well known to take great care of her customers and spend time getting to know them. This is the kind of place that has regulars and will make you feel like one when you come in for the first time. Moni’s is more than a great Italian restaurant, it's a place that feels like home.