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(Kaz Sushi Bistro; Photo by Michael DiBari Jr.)

Best sushi

The Washington Post Staff  |  Updated 07/25/2011

Salivate for the taste of fresh, raw fish? Here are our top picks for the Japanese staple.

 

Kaz Sushi Bistro

Washington, DC

Octopus and mussels make an appearance on the restaurant's small-plates menu.

 

Kotobuki

Washington, DC

Cheap rolls are often bad rolls. Kotobuki is an exception.

 

Makoto

Washington, DC

Gallant service almost surpasses the delicious fish at this Palisades restaurant.

 

Sei

Washington, DC

Sleek and seductive Sei offers inventive rolls and fantastic cocktails. It's a perfect place for a date or girls' night out.

 

Sushiko - Chevy Chase

Chevy Chase, MD

The best spots in the house are at the 14-seat sushi bar.

 

Sushi Taro

Washington, DC

The re-imagined restaurant has become one of the most dazzling places to dine.

 

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