This was our first experience at this restaurant. They offer a great opportunity for your dinning experience. Saki offerings were fantastic. This is a more traditional dinning experience so expect more raw/rare offerings than a more modern sushi restaurant.
love that place！
First off this place is extremely expensive. Now a little about me, I travel all over the world for work and pleasure so I have experienced all kinds of food and love to new and exciting foods. Not to brag, but I make very good money and do not mind dropping $200-300 on a great meal for two, but this food was not worth it in my opinion. Our check was almost $275.00 for four appetizers, and one big dish for two and four glasses of white wine. The place is in bad part of town, the door is so small it's on the side of CVS drug store, if you blink miss it...and looks extremely dated. The service was good, the crowd was extremely casually dresses like they we getting ready to mow the lawn. There are so many sushi places way better than this place for a lot less. We usually pay around $150.00 for the same amount of sushi & drinks in other sushi places.
Kaiseki tasting was amazing! Highly, highly recommend. King salmon was my absolute favorite.
Always great food!
Great concept and well executed tasting menu with one of the better Sake pairings I have enjoyed. Not cheap, especially for what is essentially no frills sushi without any particularly expensive cuts, but the variety and quality are worth it for the most part.
The surf and turf kaiseke is phenomenal. The sake pairings are perfect. Well worth it.
Sushi Taro is the best Sushi restaurant in DC. By far. It is on par with restaurants I've been to in Tokyo.
Always reliable, good value, excellent for quiet conversation
High quality food. You can taste the freshness as well as the care it took the chefs to make each dish. Our wedding anniversary ended on a high note with our experience here.
After high expectations, I was extremely disappointed at Sushi Taro's food quality. My first hint was after receiving the drinking water, I could definitely smell that the glass had not been properly cleaned. We ordered an Omakase Sushi and an Omakase Sashimi. Once the plates hit the table, I could instantly tell something was wrong. They had a strong old-fish odor. The presentation was very good, but the taste was overwhelmingly old fish.
I've eaten sushi at places from Michelin starred restaurants in Tokyo to grocery-store sushi.
There is absolutely no reason this place deserves a Michelin Star. The sushi at Wegman's grocery store is of higher quality and better taste.
I lived in the DC Metro region over 30 years and Sushi Taro was always my favorite Japanese restaurant...I was never disappointed. Now that I have moved from the area, when I come back to DC I always go to Sushi Taro. The latest visit was excellent as usual....very fresh sushi with nice variety and some uncommon options. Large sake selection and Japanese craft beer selections are also nice. I will keep coming back!!
This is a grossly overhyped sushi restaurant. The food is okay. Nothing memorable, good or bad, except for the price. You can get comparable sushi for less without having to endure the drama of getting into a Michelin rated restaurant. The seaweed salad was typical of the salad I've had at places in Bethesda, like Matuba or Take Grill. I chose the Omekase Sushi as my entree. It was a decent mix of fresh fish. The tuna roll was subpar. That was disappointing. If money is not a concern than you can go burn some at Sushi Taro.
Does NOT deserve a Michelin! Very disappointing. Also on dirty side. Portions very small.
Best Sushi in DC Area. Kobe beef also exquisite!!