Japanese Restaurants in Countryside

37% Off at Sushi Noshi

Sushi Noshi

Cameron Chase Center

$30 $19

Chefs prepare rolls such as the baked Super Volcano with red snapper, white tuna, shrimp, and albacore

Up to 50% Off Sushi at Lime Maki House

Lime Maki House

Centreville

$20 $11

Fill up on delicate sushi and sashimi or choose a hot meal such as Korean spicy pork

50% Off at Samurai Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar

Samurai Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar

Fairfax

$40 $20

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New york strip steak in Samurai sauce; shrimp, chicken, and vegetables grilled tableside by hibachi chefs; sushi rolls

47% Off at Asian Bistro

Asian Bistro

Asian Bistro - Fairfax

$30 $16

Recipes draw from Japanese, Chinese, Malaysian, and other culinary traditions to make lobster pad thai, stir-fries, and other dishes

Up to 43% Off Dinner at Zen Bistro & Wine Bar in Pentagon Row

Zen Bistro & Wine Bar

Pentagon Row

$30 $17

Sushi, tapas, and entrees inspired by the diverse cooking traditions of Asia

Up to 43% Off Pan-Asian Cuisine at Asia Bistro

Asia Bistro

Pentagon Row

$30 $17

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Pan-Asian spread includes fresh sushi, Chinese stir-fry, spicy Penang curry, and Korean bone-in ribs

40% Off Asian Cuisine at Wok and Roll

Wok and Roll

Downtown - Penn Quarter - Chinatown

$20 $12

Specialty sushi rolls, tempura, and Chinese entrees such as general tso's chicken, kung pao delight, and pineapple shrimp

Sushi Taro – Up to 28% Off a Kaiseki or Sushi Tasting Menu

Sushi Taro

Dupont Circle

$276 $200

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10 delicately plated courses of genuine Japanese cuisine that showcase rare, in-season ingredients and seafood

Up to 45% Off at i-Thai Restaurant & Sushi Bar

i-Thai Restaurant & Sushi Bar

Georgetown

$40 $22

Spicy mingles with sweet in traditional Thai dishes alongside Japanese-inspired entrees

45% Off at Tsunami Sushi & Lounge

Tsunami Sushi & Lounge

Logan Circle - Shaw

$40 $24

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Fresh crab, tuna, and salmon shine in inventive maki rolls alongside grilled Japanese dishes at a chic nightlife destination

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It's early in the day when the airplanes land on Virginia soil, bearing fresh seafood from such far-off places as Maine, Hawaii, and Japan. Lumbering trucks transport the cargo to the town of Sterling, where Hooked chefs await to fillet and prepare the catches for the night's dinner. The sushi chefs carve plump morsels of tuna and yellowtail in traditional Japanese style before rolling them into intricate rolls adorned with mango, caviar, and tempura. Meanwhile, the kitchen chefs tend to grills of sizzling teriyaki dishes and simmering pans of lemongrass halibut and hand-cut steak. The Hooked team has been crafting these fresh dishes and innovative specialties for the last seven years, earning accolades from Northern Virginia Magazine and Taste of Reston in the process.

Vibrant photographs of the chef's dishes flash across the flat screen in the sleek dining room, casting a glow across the contemporary dining room. Cushy booths surround vibrant red tables, and glimmering curtains dangle above the dining room. On the outdoor patio, a dancing fountain gushes with streams of water alongside a central fireplace roaring with flames. The staff strives to recreate an apropos oceanic atmosphere at the restaurant, lighting up seating areas in shades of turquoise and sea-green and requiring all servers to master basic seal calls.

46240 Potomac Run Plz
Sterling,
VA
US

While there aren't any online reviews for this event, Yelpers give Otani Japanese Steak & Seafood an average of 3.5 stars and TripAdvisors give it an average of four owl eyes:

120 Edds Ln
Sterling,
VA
US

The sushi senseis at Nippon Japanese Restaurant tuck innovative tastes into Japanese dishes and a vibrantly stocked sushi menu that includes two dozen varieties of the chef’s signature rolls. Launch sushi adventures with the firecracker roll’s eel, avocado, and cream cheese contents crowned by salmon and spicy crab salad ($10.95). The Hottie Surprise’s shrimp tempura, crab, and cucumber ($11.95) giggle beneath a blanket of spicy tuna and crunchy yam, waiting to jump out and startle the tonsils, who will then chastise the naughty ingredients. Chefs slice the sashimi of the day into 15 thin pieces for the sashimi deluxe entree ($24.95), and pack a selection of bento boxes with choice meats alongside sautéed veggies, fried shumai, a mashed-potato croquette, and savory sides. Adventurous duos can commandeer a Nippon sushi boat for two ($51.95), which sets sail with a motley 18-piece sushi crew captained by a chef's special roll with peg legs made of chopsticks.

332 Elden St
Herndon,
VA
US

When he's not busy passing down the history and art of sushi making to his students, executive chef Hiro-san practices what he preaches behind the bar. He incorporates ingredients such as cured mackerel and bean curd into his hand-formed nigiri, and his traditional and fusion maki include components such as shiitake mushrooms and fried jalapeño rolled in seaweed. Diners also can order sushi alternatives, from vegetable udon to broiled chilean sea bass marinated in sake seasoning. An extensive selection of sake, beer, and wine washes down meals, which unfold in Obi Sushi's spacious lower dining room. Upstairs, three shoji screens shelter private feasts for up to 25 people, creating more privacy than a group of sumo wrestlers guarding the table.

1771 Library St
Reston,
VA
US

As the most populous city in the world, Shanghai has been shaped by travelers and settlers from all over. This is particularly evident in the city's food, which has been influenced by the culinary styles from both the northern and southern regions of China, as well as dishes from throughout the entire continent of Asia. This cultural integration holds true at Shanghai Café, where the chefs use recipes the Hu family has spent the past half-century perfecting. These recipes follow various Shanghai cooking principles—for instance, the original flavors of meats and fish are allowed to shine through rather than being drowned out by heavy marinades or sauces that are too sweet or salty.

Though the recipes are traditional, they respect modern, healthful eating habits by incorporating natural broths and stocks and limiting the use of oil. Some of the restaurant's signature dishes include boiled dumplings, steamed pork buns, and dim sum—a Shanghai staple. In the spirit of Shanghai's pan-Asian tendencies, the menus also include Thai dishes, such as pad kee mao (drunken noodles), nigiri, sashimi, and maki.

12944 Travilah Rd
Potomac,
MD
US

Visitors to EN Asian Bistro And Sushi Bar can't help but widen their eyes when met with the sight of spicy General Tso shrimp and specialty sushi rolls stuffed with roasted duck. It's tempting to order the first thing listed on the menu, and those who are patient will have a difficult time choosing from dishes that put an experimental twist on the culinary traditions of Thailand, China, and Japan.

At the sushi counter, chefs prepare more than 35 varieties of fresh sashimi and specialty rolls. Meanwhile, the spicy aromas of Thai chicken and Mongolian beef fill the air. And yet some of the bistro's most unusual dishes don't include meat at all—EN's chefs specialize in turning vegetables into imitation chicken, beef, and dragon, all of which serve as the base for their vegan interpretations of traditional dishes.

19833 Century Blvd
Germantown,
MD
US