A fast-growing Japanese restaurant chain is coming to Sterling, offering hibachi-style cooking in a quick-service setting. It’s called Quickway Japanese Hibachi and it will be the first Loudoun County location for this DC area brand.
A sign announcing the Quickway is hanging up on the front of the former Next Day Blinds space in a small shopping plaza known as the ALDI Center, at the intersection of State Road 7 and Palisade Parkway. Neighboring tenants include the ALDI grocery store as well as an AutoZone and the Pure Hockey store. The Quickway will be right next door to the Chipotle.
According to its website, Quickway has more than 30 locations in and around the greater DC area. It’s menu includes chicken, beef, tofu, shrimp and salmon cooked on a hibachi-style grill, then served with vegetables, rice or noodles. There are also sushi rolls, bento boxes, poke bowls and more on the menu, which you can see by clicking here. No word yet on when the new Sterling Quickway will open.