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Okinawa Hibachi Sushi & Sake Lounge

571 Adams Drive

Winchester, VA

(540) 542-0300Explore Local Discounts


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Okinawa Hibachi Sushi & Sake Lounge
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Friday, December 8, 2023

Half off sushi is a great deal. We love the dinosaur egg. Lover boat for two is excellent. Their hibachi is also very good. We will return often. — Heated Meats

Saturday, March 1, 2014

I went to with my family and we were pretty upset for tonight dinner. We order few different foods include extra soup and appetizer. I don't now why but one of our food(fried rice) was so salty and drink a lot of water. I tried to eat my order but I can't, it's too salty. And finally one waiter came to our table and asked us how's food. And I told him other than my fried rice is salty, it's okay. But waiter leave the table before finish my speaking and I request more water but he never came back to our table. I gave up to eat my food, I didn't eat more than 1/4of dish. Waiter came back to our table with bill and big smile-that means he needs tip. He went to other table more than 4times for check what they need or help, but he never came to our table even if we asked to him more water. Food was not bad other than salty rice and greasy fried shrimp. Noodles and sushi was okay (3out of 5stars) This restaurant must train their waitress and waiters more- do the customer service, not just beg to customers tip. This is our special dinner but we didn't enjoy. It's first time to visit and it's last time visit. — Anonymous Reviewer

Friday, January 24, 2014

I've been to okinawas twice now for dinner and both times the service and food was exceptional. The first time we ordered the Thai spring roll appetizer, best rolls I've had. I usually do not like any type of egg rolls but these were phenomenal including the sauce! Then I ordered the basil lovers entree, simply delicious it was my first time trying this type dish. The second time we were there we ordered the money at appetizer, and this dish was to die for. I crave it everyday! For my entree I stayed to a more typical dish of the general tsos chicken, it was definitely the best I've had around here. It wasn't over compensated with grease or sauce. The perfect portion as we'll. — Anonymous Reviewer

Friday, January 10, 2014

I've been there a couple of times for lunch. First off, I love the lighting in there. They have this sort of periwinkle blue art deco lighting in the main room. I never looked in at the hibachi room. I don't like to go to hibachi rooms anyway because you can't pick your dining partners unless you bring enough of your own. Baseball hats are a complete turn-off at the dinner table. Too bad Tony Soprano isn't around anymore! haha All of the employees are very friendly and helpful. I ordered sushi, 3 rolls, and it came with a choice of miso or salad. The first time I got miso. Second time, salad. All of it was good but I will say that their miso is a lighter color with a little different taste than I am used to (and been eating sushi for a long time). Also, they use the white ginger. I got yellowtail roll. It was good but the pieces were sort of small. I will go back, though. I'm thinking, maybe they are bigger at dinner time. I didn't leave hungry, though. Give it a try! — Anonymous Reviewer

Sunday, October 27, 2013

On Friday, October 26, 2013, I had dinner at the Okinawa Hibachi Sushi and Sake Lounge. This new Japanese restaurant is at 571 Adams Drive, off South Pleasant Valley Road near Walmart. It's a little hard to find if you're not familiar with the area.

Adams Drive is the entrance road for the Winchester Commons Shopping Center, which you would use to get to PetSmart, T. J. Maxx, Target, etc. The Okinawa is in an isolated building on your right as you go in from Pleasant Valley, with its own off-street parking area for it and Five Guys Burgers and Fries.

Okinawa is open for lunch Monday through Saturday 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM, and for dinner Monday through Thursday from 4:30 PM to 10:00 PM, Friday and Saturday 4:30 PM to 11:00 PM, and Sunday from 12:00 PM to 9:30 PM. Phone numbers are (540) 542-0300 and (540) 542-0400.

The entrance is through a vestibule at the right end of the building. A receptionist is just inside the door, at your right. Beyond her, also along the right wall, is a bar with seven stools and two flat-screen TV displays above the shelves of bottles. Presumably, this is the "lounge". I was told that the Okinawa opened about five weeks ago.

Along the back wall a large aquarium that needs cleaning supports a colony of goldfish. To its left is the sushi bar further along the back wall, with seven stools and two Japanese attendants doing their thing. I hesitate calling them chefs, because they don't cook the food they prepare.

Seating for diners is also in this entry area. It extends along a chest-high divider from front to partway back, and has tables of different sizes. Booths and tables are on the other side of the divider, in an area next to the wall for another room.

That room is the Hibachi area, where eight tables with Hibachi grills in their centers are located; each table can seat seven or eight people. Two tables were occupied by groups being entertained by young Japanese chefs. I didn't hang around this area to see any of the usual fireworks would occur.

Incidentally, I believe that this is the area's third restaurant to offer this style of group dining. The first was Ichiban Japanese Steak and Seafood on Pleasant Valley Road, and the second was Sansui, in Gateway Plaza off Route 7.

The decor was subdued with modern furniture and several types of shaded fixtures offering indirect colored lighting; they may be a new type if they're not of the fluorescent variety. The illumination over the sushi bar was especially innovative, with five flat L-shaped fixtures with green lighting on the back wall and ceiling, with imitation lanterns hanging down over the work area. Low-level Oriental music came from the sound system, which was not too intrusive.

I was seated at a booth in the middle dining area. The place setting provided a set of chopsticks, a fork, and a paper napkin. I ordered hot tea, and began looking over the menu. Main categories were Soup and Salad, along with Appetizer choices available from either the Kitchen or Sushi Bar.

Also Lunch Special, from Monday-Saturday, 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM; its choices were Kitchen, Sushi Bar, Sushi Lunch Box, Kitchen Lunch Box, Hibachi Lunch entr — Perry Crabill