Row 1

4822 MacArthur Blvd NW
Washington, DC 20007
(202) 281-6679
Sushi, Japanese
$ $
Mon–Thu: Noon–2:30 PM Fri–Sat: Noon–2:30 PM Sun: 5:00 PM–9:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • This place has the cheapest and freshest sushi in DC.
  • What makes Kotobuki special is that it's the only Japanese restaurant in D.C. that serves kamameshi. The rice is cooked with chicken, eel, or vegetables in the iron pot.
  • Inexpensive, pristine sushi will lure you in (make sure to try the homemade soy sauce); for heavier fare, kamameshi, a luscious rice casserole with chicken, veggies, or eel will satisfy your cravings.
  • Amazing sushi for cheap - sounds like an oxymoron, but no.
  • Mackerel sushi is a delight!
  • Best white tuna in town
  • Best sushi in DC
  • Toro! Toro! Toro! Need I say anything more?
  • All beatles music all the time. The sushi is great and cheap too!
  • They play Beatles 24/7... oh and the sushi is delicious and CHEAP.
  • They play Beatles music 24/7 and the sushi is awesome. Don't go if you're looking for someplace with lots of creative rolls. Simple fare.
  • Very fast turnaround
  • Really enjoy the scallops and generally quality of fish for the price
  • Get here early or risk waiting in the cramped stairwell! It's worth the wait, though.
  • The Chirashi Deluxe offers the best bang for buck!
  • Tiny place, so get here early or expect to wait. Service is fast and the sushi is greatly priced and still offers good quality!
  • Get the Shumai for an appy and then the Chirashi Deluxe as an entree.. An excellent dinner to split between two people and frankly the freshest fish in the area
  • It's Kotobuki. 'Nuff said.
  • Prices are now $1.50 per piece for most nigiri, but still well worth it. I recommend the white tuna, sea scallop, and my fav, lobster among the $1.50 pieces. The hamachi and uni r more but yummy.
  • Favorite for sushi and beatles