BoRu

Japanese Restaurant
516 Fort Evans Road Northeast, Leesburg, VA 20176 516 Fort Evans Road Northeast, Leesburg Directions
+17037778917
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65% of 303 customers recommended
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Report | a year ago
Great Sushi! Amazing Combo Fried Rice for Two! Tons of food. Good place!
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Report | a year ago
The food was very good and plentiful; the service was also very good but, at 6:15pm on a Thursday, we were the only customers in the restaurant.
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Report | a year ago
For a party of more than 3 - 4 people, plan 2 hours for dinner if you are dining Hibachi-style. To do this correctly, the food prep and 'show' are fairly lengthy. But we had a very enjoyable time and a delicious meal.
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Report | a year ago
The food was really good. Our waiter & hibachi cook were friendly and efficient. All groupon users must call first to make a reservation. At time of reservation you are informed of the Mandatory 18% Gratuity added to all groupon users check, regardless of party size. I have 2 complaints with this. First, this should have been stated before purchase of groupon. Second, mandatory 18% Gratuity (even for party of 2) takes away from the incentive to provide good service! Fortunately for us, because of the good food & service we received, my husband & I plan on returning in the future. Next we will try the $15.99 sushi buffet on Sat/Sun between 12-3, at the suggestion of our waiter.
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Report | a year ago
Be careful they add the gratuity to the bill regardless the size of your party for Hibachi grill. My husband left an additional 20% and service and grill chef did not warrant this much extra.
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Report | 2 years ago
Avoid. The owner(s) are one step away from "Restaurant Impossible." We went on a Tuesday evening. No one in the place, yet we had to argue to use the Groupon because the fine print said "reservations required." I might understand if the place were packed, but... Manager apologized for busboy mopping area near a flattop station. Bleach, in fact. I asked why this wasn't done after closing; manager didn't really have an acceptable answer. For our trouble, we got an appetizer platter; all DEEP-FRIED. Ick. Chef delayed due to someone not turning on our flattop. Food was oily and salty. Nagoya and/or Otani are much better choices. Even Benihana would be better.
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Report | 2 years ago
Don't bother,
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Report | 2 years ago
I love this restaurant. The food is exceptional. The service is kind and friendly and accommodating.
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Report | 2 years ago
The service was beyond abysmal and the food was under cooked and made me ill. I was so sick I paid the bill and rushed home. I have called repeatedly to report the service and food and ask for my money back. They took my debit card number over the phone for a refund, then told me they needed a manager to approve the refund. Now they have my debit card number probably sitting around in the open at the restaurant. Very unhappy with my experience. They've given me the run around on purpose. I have never asked for my money back before but that's how bad it was.
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Report | 2 years ago
Service is really bad. Not enough waiters or waitress. We were there 7:30 pm and was told the sushi bar is closed, and if we want to order sushi, the wait time is 45 minutes to an hour. It's just terrible. Will Not go back anymore.
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From Our Editors

Though the interior of Japanese' Kitchen takes a modern approach to traditional Asian décor, its lunch and dinner menus are filled with authentic Japanese cuisine. On traditional hibachi grills, chefs-turned-showmen sizzle morsels of marinated chicken, NY strip steak, and lobster alongside fresh vegetables. At the sushi bar, maki-makers hand craft spicy tuna, tempura shrimp, and California rolls in a less flashy display. For more unique flavors, Japanese' Kitchen’s serves up appetizers of tempura-fry calamari and cap meals with desserts such as housemade crème brulee infused with green tea and cream harvested from the brulee tree. Japanese' Kitchen also stocks a selection of imported Japanese drinks including Echigo Koshi Hikari rice lager, Junmai sake, and Ramune orange soda.

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