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With walls covered in objects beyond imagination - from cow bells to wooden bird houses - OKI Bowl DC & Sake certainly has a unique decor. While most patrons may be intrigued by the funky decorations, they come - and stay - for the sake and delicious Japanese food. Traditional appetizers and fiery ramen bowls are the order of the day, and they are all washed down with a hot or cold selection of sake that is bound to delight.
Sake, a Japanese rice wine, is the main focus of Izakaya Seki, a trendy Japanese restaurant in the heart of Washington DC. Izakaya Seki offers a short, well-curated menu of Japanese traditional dishes, including sashimi, broiled meats, and udon noodles, all of which has been chosen for its ability to pair well with sake. And speaking of sake, the restaurant offers 40 different kinds of premium sake. Of course, if sake is not your proverbial cup of tea, you can also order drinks like shochu, Japanese craft beers, and Japanese whiskeys.