Miso soup was bland. Sushi, bland and okay. The savior was actually the seaweed salad and the prices. Probably won't be back besides for the convenience factor and decent food.
<p>The sister restaurant of its more well-known namesake at The National Zoo, this Montgomery Village fixture offers a variety of Asian cuisines, including Chinese, Japanese and Thai dishes, as well as sushi. Its main dining room is simply furnished and accented with Asian details and artwork. Tai Shan's accolades include its selection as a <a href="http://www.washingtonian.com/restaurantreviews/2374.html">"Best Bite" by Washingtonian Magazine</a> in 2009.</p>
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