Kintaro

Row 1

Details
1039 33rd St NW (at M St)
Washington, DC 20007
(202) 333-4649
Japanese
$ $
Hours
Tue–Thu: Noon–2:30 PM Fri–Sat: Noon–2:30 PM Sun: Noon–2:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Order an authentic, savory bowl of Tonkotsu Ramen.
  • Spinach with black sesame was refreshing and new. Tonkatsu is better than miso ramen. Skip the karage.
  • chirashi = heaven
  • Sashimi assortment was fantastic! To katsu ramen had a flavorful broth if you're in the mood but come here for the sushi!
  • I like to start my meal with the sunomono (vinegared seafood and pickle salad) and finish with the dorayaki (red bean pancake).
  • Looks like people left here with satisfaction had ramen instead of sushi. Fish wasn't fresh, rice was hard and dry. Maybe I'll give this place a second try, given the ramen ratings...
  • Their $10 Ramen
  • They don't charge for tea and even better, it's the green tea with the toasted rice
  • O restaurante bem pequeno com poucos lugares, cheio de jovens e o lamen e as pores so muito boas!
  • Finally!!! Legit Ramen for Dinner!! :)
  • Amazing Japanese restaurant ran by Japanese family. Very oriental atmosphere and the sushi are amazing! Be sure to leave some room for mochi icecream - green tea! Red bean taste wasn't as good.
  • Sushi is fresh and worth the wait.
  • A Japanese restaurant with very limited seats. Yummy eel rice plate and sashimi.
  • Have the burikama!
  • Super delicious, get the kintaroll, it is like a rainbow roll and a California roll had a delicious baby with some Japanese mayo on top!
  • They have beer and wine now
  • Wonderful calm atmosphere. Tasty food
  • tonkotsu ramen and burikama
  • El sashimi de atn una joya!!!!!!! Todo delicioso y el servicio de primera
  • Small place = more attentive service. Not only they serve hot ramen bowls, cold noodle is available for summer.