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Family-owned business, featuring DC Metro's widest selection of sushi, fresh in-house clean-label bone broths and ramen which tantalize both the traditional and modern Japanese and Western palates. Only Home of the Aburi Chashu - premium pork belly carved and rolled, marinated overnight, braised for over 7 hours, chilled, sliced, and then chargrilled to smoky, tender perfection, before being nestled in the toppings of our Tokyo shoyu, Hakodate shio, Hakata tonkotsu, and Sapporo miso ramens. Put our sushi ingredients - fish and seafood from all over world arriving 6 days a week and a heritage Japanese short grain rice harvested from single small-batch farms - in the hands of 50+ years of sushi…
A bit hard to find, tucked in a funny corner off of route 7 near Tyson’s, but worth the effort for the great ramen and other yummy food like the gyoza. Definitely book ahead - it was full on the Saturday night we went recently....More
My go to restaurant for lunch or dinner with friends or family in the Tysons area. Been a favorite for many years. Good service, great ramen and great sushi. I especially love the volcano and dynamite sushi!! The ahi Tuna poke bites are also a...More
I've been to Kizuna twice in the last month and both times were wonderful. We ordered ramen and an assortment of sushi both times. The food and the service were both excellent. I'm looking forward to my next visit to Kizuna.
I am a serious ramen freak and Kizuna is the best option I have found in NOVA (there are a couple good ones in DC, too). Their tonkatsu broth is the real deal — deep, rich, and creamy. They also offer a number of other...More
Very attractive and clean sushi restaurant. Good menu with lots of options, even for non sushi eaters. The sushi and sashimi were delicious and very fresh. The ramen noodles were excellent. We loved it.
Walk into Kizuna and you quickly forget that you're on the edge of a generic office building area adjoining a busy six-lane road. Nice landscaping, trellising, a fire pit out front and thoughtful lighting immediately calm you down. I had a bowl of ramen and...More
We ordered the Monster Dumplings and the Shrimp Tempura appetizers. Both were really good. We asked the server is the portion size on the ramen was enough that we could share. She advised us to each order our own, but we easily could have split...More
Stopped here before seeing Cirque du Soleil. The three of us ordered miso soup and 5 rolls. Rolls were fancy and tasty. We ordered the soft shell roll, spicy scallop roll, volcano roll, piggie in & out roll, and dyno-nite roll.
I was in the mood for ramen and found this place. I decided on their house recommendation, the Toro Toro Toro. I chose the pork soup base instead of chicken. The ramen topping included three large slices of pork that were very tender and very...More