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Kotobuki is one of the better spots for sushi, thanks to its excellent platters (at around $15 for a lunch and $25 for a dinner...
4844 MacArthur Blvd NW · interesting places nearby
When the sushi craving strikes we often opt for Makoto, simply because it’s so classically…Japanese . The napkins look like origami. The wasabi is fresh grated. You leave your shoes at the door. And the food, needless to say, is excellent. There’s no mucking about: this is old-school stuff prepared with the height of focus and technique.
Reservations are a good idea, since the restaurant is tiny. Note there's a business-casual dress code (no athletic gear allowed).