Best of Falls Church 2011

Best of Falls Church: Best Sushi – Koi Koi

For a small city, diners have their pick of a surprising number of restaurants for sushi – three, to be exact. But when our readers want to satisfy their hunger for Japanese-inspired fish delicacies, they turn to Koi Koi.

Best Sushi: Koi Koi Sushi & Roll  – 450 W. Broad St., Falls Church

 

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KOI KOI SUSHI CHEF Harong Lee serves up the ‘Best’ sushi in Falls Church. (Photo: Graeme Jennings)

 

For a small city, diners have their pick of a surprising number of restaurants for sushi – three, to be exact. But when our readers want to satisfy their hunger for Japanese-inspired fish delicacies, they turn to Koi Koi.

Koi Koi, located in The Spectrum, is a relative newcomer to the restaurant scene in Falls Church, having opened only four years ago, but again voters have named this establishment their favorite for sushi.

Koi Koi’s menu features items from the simple salmon sashimi to more elaborate rolls like the Hawaiian Volcano Roll, with a good variety of tempura dishes, salads, appetizers and teriyaki dishes to round out the Japanese dining experience.

Isabel Park, a waitress at Koi Koi, says the restaurant’s vast assortment of specialty rolls turn one-time customers into return diners, and she is also proud of the quality of the sushi and the freshness of the fish the restaurant is able to serve.

 


More F.C. Sushi Favorites: Hoang’s Grill & Sushi Bar, Maneki Neko