Oh Fish! Maki Sushi Shop Opens Thursday Downtown

WaPoFood tweeted:

“Kaz Okochi of Kaz Sushi Bistro opens a small maki roll shop tomorrow, OhFish!, on 19th Street btw L & M.”

The exact location is 1899 L St, NW next to the Chop’t.

Washingtonian earlier reported:

The ordering process at Oh Fish! is quite similar to Subway: first, pick your roll size (eight fat rolls or skinny ones with less rice) then a protein (options include spicy tuna, eel, and crispy shrimp); and finally three veggie fillings (think avocado, kimchi, cilantro, and pickled pineapple). The basic price, $6.50 to $9, includes sauces—which range from familiar (spicy mayo) to less-traditional (spicy tomato)—and such toppings as crunchy rice balls and sesame seeds. Other garnishes—jalapeño masago, for example—as well as sides, such as edamame and seaweed, salad are extra. Indecisive customers can pick from seven pre-designed creations such as the “suki suki” with shrimp salad, avocado, citrus-soy sauce, and crispy panko crumbs.

Sounds awesome. We’ll def. revisit for a proper judging but sounds like this has the potential to be a great lunch option.

3 Comment

  • Not a fan of the name, and the Subway comparison doesn’t make it sound appealing, but the make-your-own-whatever places always do really well. Wish I’d come up with the idea!

  • nice! never been to Kaz sushi bistro but I hear it’s good so hopes are high that this will be good as well. I think I might go today.

  • even if it’s mediocre, at least it’s not a mediocre sandwich shop!

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