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Absolutely awesome evening. The chilled vichyssoise was outstanding. Service was impeccable. Krystal provided spot-on direction for a wine to compliment our duck and pancetta wrapped pork. Thanks to owners and staff for a fabulous evening filled with delicious food and libations! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Dining at Hiro Sushi is an intimate and fulfilling experience in a quaint and family friendly environment. There is inside dining as well as an outside patio where we serve traditional Asian cuisine. Our selection of food is quite diverse and includes noodle and rice dishes as well as bento boxes and other kitchen entrees such as hot plates served with veggies, steamed rice, and teriyaki sauce and more. Our sushi bar also serves sushi entrees, sushi and sashimi a la carte, and chef special rolls
Our staff is very friendly and we always try to accommodate to the needs of customers to the best of our abilities.
Natalie grew up in Richmond, VA and spent many childhood summers in her mother's native Lebanon. Over the years, she developed a deep love for the country, its people and especially her grandmother Martha's cooking! Natalie's long-standing dream was to recreate a small part of Lebanon right here in Richmond, VA.
In December 2016, Natalie's Taste of Lebanon was launched with a mission to share Natalie's love of Lebanese food and traditions with the local community.
As well as providing an authentic Lebanese dining experience, Natalie's mission is to provide employment for those in our community who live with disabilities. Every day we strive to provide support to the community, give others independence and the ability to lead better lives, and share our love of fantastic food with Richmond, VA.More
Whether you are a guest at the Inn, a local from the community or a guest staying elsewhere and looking for a more casual evening dining experience, The Tavern at the Inn (established 2018) is the restaurant to try. We serve hearty tavern food with a European twist.More
Virginia is known for more than just delicious southern cooking; they have their own style! If you are a ham lover, look out for Virginia ham — also known as Smithfield ham. It is only legal to produce in one place in the world, Smithfield, Virginia. Virginian cuisine also includes a variety of BBQ that range from all vinegar to a vinegar-based sweetness. A hearty Brunswick stew is another mainstay of Virginia. Originally using an Appalachian flying squirrel, it now uses a variety of meats braised in this vegetable stew. Traditional Virginian apple cider and apple butter, made from Wineapples, is a real treat. Another delicacy is any seafood that is cooked with Old Bay, originally formulated with spices from a specific region of the state, the Chesapeake Bay.