- $17 for $30 worth of sushi and Japanese food for dinner for parties of two or more
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Dining can be about more than just sustenance. The concept at Kizuna takes food a step further, with a menu conceptualized around relationships, bonds, and community, their rustic and industrial interior, large wooden tables, and bright red lamps providing a warm, comforting environment. Discerning guests can rest assured that all plates are free of MSG, but still rich in flavor. So much so, in fact, that The Washington Post included Kizuna in their "ultimate guide to the best ramen in the D.C. area."
Diners can expect Japanese izakaya and ramen dishes with a distinct American flair. Take the toro chashu ramen, for example, with noodles bathing in fragrant chicken bone broth, topped with a layer of pork belly chashu, and the Kaiju gyoza, a veritable jumbo-sized succulent meat pillow. Experienced sushi chefs roll out rolls of classic and contemporary sushi, from the simple pleasures of tuna and avocado to the contemporary complexity of The Law roll, filled with spicy crab and draped with white tuna before being seared and finished with red and black tobiko, jalapeño, and soy-mustard sauce.