In Washington DC, there are four restaurants that are partners of TFT. In other words, you can have TFT meals at four different restaurants in DC area.
This time, I went to Sushi Taro, one of the TFT-restaurant in DC to try its TFT meal.
The restaurant is near Dupont Circle metro station. It’s actually not too far from the metro, but I kind of had a hard time actually finding it. As you can see in the picture on the left, the entrance is really, really small. On top of that, the restaurant is located on the 2nd floor of the building, but CVS takes up its entire first floor. So I was pretty distracted by the big red sign of CVS and I easily overlooked this tiny entrance..
Once I got into the restaurant, I was surprised by the fact that the restaurant was actually pretty big. I would have never guessed judging from its entrance..
This was only a part of the restaurant. The whole thing was about four times bigger than what you see in this picture.
The atmosphere of the restaurant was pretty good. Since I went there at lunch time, there were many business people having lunch.
I was shown to a small table for two people.
Then the hostess brought me a glass of water and the menu. Right after I opened the menu, I saw the distinctive, two “T”s of the TFT logo.
The Sushi Mori Set ($15.25) and the Saba Shioyaki Teishoku ($15.25) are the TFT menus at Sushi Taro.
Both sounded pretty appetizing…I finally ordered the Sushi Mori Set.
It came with miso soup, dried strips of radish, and boiled spinach seasoned with soy source.
Looks pretty yummy, yeah?
It actually tasted good as well, as you can guess.. Now, I really want to try the other one, the Saba Shioyaki Teishoku.
I also found a poster for Table for Two in the restaurant. It was not that conspicuous, but it thanked Suchi Taro for cooperating with TFT.
Overall, I had a really good time reporting on the TFT menu at Sushi Taro.
YOU SHOULD DEFINITELY GO VISIT! And of course, don’t forget to order a TFT menu item!