Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Chopsticks Cafe Now Open Downtown

Chopsticks cafe, the little sister of the Georgetown sushi eatery opened earlier this month immediately next to Java Green near the corner of 19th and L St. NW



The location, made specially for the lunch rush, features a number of hot options in addition to a decent variety of sushi.



Most dishes will run you under ten dollars, and there's ample seating both inside and out.

3 comments:

Meg Roberts said...

Thanks for the post-- I work in this area and am sick of eating at the salad bar across the street every day. Can't wait to try this out!

kissmygritz said...

Excellent news! This is on my block!

Anonymous said...

I was very excited when this place opened as well. But was kinda disappointed when I tried their bibimbap - rice and vegetable dish w/ hot sauce. It was mostly rice w/ very few vegetables, and it should really be the reverse proportion. The hot sauce was also just hot, but not tasty. I haven't tried anything else yet, but I think they need to be more expressive with their food - meaning, if you're going to serve Korean food, make it taste like Korean food. Don't be afraid. I also thought the portions should also be larger. You're in a competitive neighborhood w/ Green Java and Nooshi nearby. I'm willing to pay more, for more food. In the end, it always seems like a better deal.
More later when I try some more dishes. Good luck.