Columbia might not be the first (or even the 13th) place to pop into your mind when the subject of sushi in the Washington area comes up, but trust me: The quality of the raw ingredients and the devotion of the chef and owner, King Lin, are indisputable.With that obligatory "Can you believe they have food in Columbia?" out of the way, Sietsema spends paragraphs applauding Lin, who previously owned Sushi King as well. He talks up several dishes, including a young snapper special, a vegetable roll, a jellyfish salad, and the shabu-shabu.
Click here for the full review already posted on the Web. Click here for my prior Sushi Sono posts.
As Perrik notes, Sietsema's praise will certainly make the wait longer. The weird part of the review is that Sietsema repeatedly talks about making reservations at Sushi Sono. Have the policies there changed? My memory is that calling ahead helped put your name on the list, but they didn't actually take reservations.