Susheria is now open in Georgetown, and its high-end food and atmosphere is the perfect addition to the upscale waterfront neighborhood. Once you step into the stylish dining room with extra-high ceilings and glass chandeliers, you’ll immediately feel like it’s a special night.
Despite its name, the food itself is not just Japanese sushi; it’s actually a combination of Japanese and Peruvian cuisine by owner Mauricio Fraga-Rosenfeld and his executive chef. Menu items like Peruvian ceviche or lomo saltado sit right alongside sashimi and signature maki rolls. The menu certainly gives your sushi-loving friends something to enjoy, while pleasing the other half of your group with the authentic flavors of Peruvian cuisine. If you want to have the best of both worlds, try their Kamameshi, traditional Japanese rice bowls with a Latino flare. Stop by at happy hour for $6 maki rolls and margaritas, or book Susheria for your next event. Reservations are a good idea, especially as word spreads about this excellent fusion restaurant.