Sushiko - Chevy Chase
This is a sushi place whose time has come and gone. It was better on Wisconsin ave in Glover Park. Its so overpriced and just good. Spent over 800.00 for six people and two were teenagers.. Becareful of the tipping policy they add 20% on groups over 5 and then don't mention it and they even suggest the tip on the service included check at full tipping range. WE will not be back and from the looks of it a lot of people in Chevy Chase are eating second rate Sushi and incredible prices.. Drive into town and go to KAZ at least you are getting a quality for the cost..
Delicious as always. Fatty Tuna was the best ever. Nice selection of rolls, but I prefer the nigiri.
So nice to always be recognized by our usual server. Celebrating a birthday this time and loved the surprise
I have had many meals at Sushiko. The quality, especially the sushi, has deteriorated. Much of it concerned the flavoring of the rice. Fish was somewhat bland. Appetizers were delicious as well as the unfiltered sake.
Best traditional Sushi restaurant in the Washington, D.C.
This was a great experience. The food was sublime!
One of my favorite restaurants, not only for the food but for the ability to spend time with friends and family (and have everyone be able to hear).
only top notch at this iconic Washington DC restaurant
Our go-to place for sushi dinner. Although it can sometimes be a little more expensive than we intended, the service and the food are always great.
Best sushi in DC area
Sushi Ko has amazing food, service, and overall atmosphere . The hostess staff is so welcoming and get the experience of coming to Sushi Ko off to a wonderful start. This is a terrific restaurant and I enjoy dining here.
Very nice happy hour
The food was excellent. Very attentive service. Unfortunately a large and noisy group came and set next to us. Our server was very understanding and helped us move to a quieter part of the restaurant.
We let our server know that we were going to a concert and the service was wonderfully prompt and the food was very good as well. We had trouble finding it though, because the address is Wisconsin Ave., and It's on a side alley. The restaurant should make it more clear where they are.
Lovely, cheerful, attentive waitress, exquisite food. Had a blast :)
The food was terrific and the service and presentation were above and beyond. Great place for a special meal!
Neighborhood gem! Always outstanding!
Delicious, unusual Japanese food. Very attractive surroundings. As to be expected, noise level is very high!!!!
I’ve travelled the world and had a lot of food. This is one of the few places that offers real fresh wasabi. Needless to say DC is very disappointing in terms of good culture and this spot definitely stands out amongst being the top in terms of flavor and definitely value with their omakase offering.
Sushiko is reliably excellent. The sushi is great. The service is perfect. The atmosphere is a bit Chevy Chase light but still nice. The tempura is great too.
Best sushi in town, great ambiance, great service.....great menu
This is a wonderful, authentic Japanese restaurant with a wide range of delicious options. There's bound to be something you like.
Exceptional service, high quality sushi, elegant modern setting.
Sushiko is pure perfection. We are so lucky to have this neighborhood gem. This restaurant runs so smoothly. The staff is so warm and friendly. They are never too busy to stop by the table with a warm "hello." The food is superb! We are working our way through the new menu and everything is delish!
Superb. Best sushi in NW DC.
I wanted to surprise my boy friend with a very special birthday present. Since he’s lived in Japan and loves the culture and food, I chose Sushiko. We weren’t disappointed. Marta, our server, was very attentive and informed. The food was fabulous. We look forward to returning with friends.
Good but not exceptional
The best sushi anywhere. Try the Element Roll - amazing!
Great food, unique offerings, responsive service, easy-to-get-to location.
The food is wonderful at this convenient Chevy Chase sushi restaurant, but the back room, although nice and quiet, is seriously lacking in decor. A small investment in making that room more attractive would be nice, when one is paying so much (one meal with 2 glasses of wine - $75).
I met a friend here as they opened and tried most of the happy hour menu. The sushi hand rolls were the best thing I had, I preferred salmon avocado, but the fried oysters and chicken karaage both hit the spot. Since it was happy hour, it was busy and became difficult to get the attention of the staff to order more food or drinks, but it wasn’t a big damper. Will be back!
We always have a wonderful dinner at Sushiko. The menu is imaginative but the classics are there and always well done
Even tho it is still a bit noisy it is much quieter than most restaurants. The food and service are
as good as my favorite sushi places in NYC- i cant recall if you have crispy rice dishes but would love if you could add them! I come almost once a week when i am in town! All the best
Always fantastic food and service. It’s pricey, but worth it
Don't know how we missed this place! We enjoyed the $40 Winter Tasting Menu - all courses cooked to perfection. We have often paid twice as much at other restaurants for food that wasn't nearly as delicious. Look forward to returning again and again with friends and family.
Glad to be seated in the room off the main dining area. Fewer people, more interesting decor with soaring ceiling. The service was affable and well performed. I enjoyed the kale salad with cranberries and a $28 assortment of sashimi on a bed of flavored rice. The fish was excellent and I especially liked the rice. My only gripe is that this place, located in Chevy Chase, costs a good deal more than a competitor like Sushi Jin in Silver Spring. The ambiance at Sushiko is much more sedate and calm. Next time I go to Sushi Jin I will try to compare the two sites to see if the much higher prices at Sushiko are warranted.
A wonderful place for sushi!! Great ambience and staff!!
Loved the Winter Tasting menu.
I have been with Sushiko for ages. It was a remarkable place. Apparently, the old Sushiko is dead and an entity called Kobe has taken over. The old Sushiko lunch specials have disappeared. My companion and I ordered a Bento each. KMine was the beef—it was excellent. But serving a side of potatoe? And a second side that looked like a shumai? Gauche!
Another negative single: you don’t put prices on your (very confusing) website. I have to thank what I want before coming to a restaurant. Good luck.