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Japanese street food come to Stonebridge at Potomac Town Center with Sushi Jin Woodbridge Va.
Are there any authentic Japanese food and Sushi restaurants in Woodbridge, Virginia? The answer is はい .
When you suggest it to friends and family, they probably immediately think of those hibachi grill type restaurants or the ever-popular sushi.
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This Sushi Jin review courtesy of our resident 愛好家 for all things Nippon 🙂
From the traditional teppenyaki (鉄板焼き) style cuisine cooked on a iron griddle at the Japanese Steak House, the all-you-can-eat food at the Hibachi Grill & Buffet and now authentic Japanese street food at Sushi Jin, next time you want a change of flavor, be sure to give a どうもありがとう shoutout to our Japanese restaurants in Woodbridge, Virginia! Itadakimasu!
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Sushi refers to the rice that used in the various types of sushi. The rice is a unique short-grain variant that is washed and then steamed with rice vinegar, which makes the individual grains stick together.
Japanese restaurants offer many other authentic dishes to discover besides those standard crowd pleasers, but let’s concentrate on my favorite – sushi.
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Eat At Sushi Jin Woodbridge VA!
At Sushi Jin Next Door in Potomac Town Place, passports are not required – just chopsticks and a sense of adventure!
The sushi I enjoyed was expertly prepared and tasted amazing. I picked some fatty tuna, “otoro”, sashimi New Price: (as of 10/01/2020 14:11 UTC) (sashimi is raw fish by itself without the rice), and spicy tuna and eel maki.
The sashimi was, in a word, exquisite.
You can see the fattiness in the whitish marbling of the tuna, and the flavor is amazing. Try it without the soy sauce or wasabi; it is worthy of eating it by itself. The maki I enjoyed are relatively commonplace, but the freshness of the ingredients and preparation made them taste that much better.
If sushi isn’t your thing, there are other entrée items on the menu. They include noodle and soup dishes such as ramen and udon, as well as donburi. Other appetizer choices include yakitori, gyoza, and shumai.
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To learn more about the art of sushi making, our resident connoisseur highly recommends the watching the complete documentary “Jori Dreams of Sushi”. The trailer below shows Chef Jori preparing a complete sushi course starting with sushi classics followed by the fresh catch of the day. then the more traditional selections. Are you ready for a peek at a $230 lunch?